Web and wires…

Last Tuesday was a glorious morning, the temperature about -4 C and a heavy frost.  It was slightly strange as it had warmed enough to start thawing and then as usual at first light, the temperature dropped, but this time dramatically and refroze everything.  This was taken just after sunrise with the first low rays of light.  I took a heap of images and have only just started sorting so there will be more to come 🙂

broken web1

Handheld and so high ISO

 

21 Responses to “Web and wires…”

  1. kazg10

    I don’t miss the cold but really miss these wonderful opportunities for photography. Excellent shot, I just love it 🙂

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      • Rajiv

        It gets that cold in Australia? I thought only New Zealand gets that cold!

      • lisakimmorley

        NZ is much colder but we have snow fields here eg the Alpine regions. We had snow (none really settled) a week ago with big flakes. Not cold but gets pretty chilly 🙂

  2. Adrian Lewis

    Beautiful shot, Lisa! Don’t worry about the high ISO, just go for it and give it however much it needs, however high you need to go. And what a mono version with some restored colour in SEP2? We’re still “sweltering” here, temperatures in the 80s, but hopefully a little cooler by Sunday. Adrian

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  3. infraredrobert

    There is a perfect little glow around everything here. I think it pays to get up and at it early in the morning because you do get some great shots. Also a good illustration of why the “rule” of thirds doesn’t always have to be followed. Nice shot Lisa.

    Reply
    • lisakimmorley

      Thank you as always, I’m glad you liked it. I’m definitely a morning person which is lucky as I have to get up at 5 am most days 🙂

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    • lisakimmorley

      Thanks Robyn. It’s my favourite time of day too. I was like a kid in a sweet shop that morning and took so many images, ah my poor hard drive 🙂

      Reply
      • Robyn G

        I bet you were like a kid and I know exactly what you mean.. Its fun! 😛
        Ha ha… Yes your hard drive…lol

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