In my last post I admitted to a fascination with water this year. Whether it’s moving or still, reflecting or transparent, frozen or liquid - I’ve captured hundreds of frames.
In this one, my camera was pointing straight down to a flat quartzite boulder just a few inches below the surface of the lake, the sensor plane was parallel to the rock surface although slightly angled to the surface of the water, and the sun was at a very sharp angle from the bottom of this orientation.
The surface of the water was moving in small waves from top of frame to bottom, compressing and extending at various temporal and spatial scales so the range of images I captured varied greatly. This was one of my favorites for the variability of the wavelets through which the rock surface is captured.
70-300mm @ 300mm