Sanbornton sunrise

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Our last day in New Hampshire dawned overcast, like our first. But we were faced with a 910 mile - 16 hour drive, which thankfully we enjoyed in perfect weather as this was the back of the cold front that had moved over us in the night.

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Comments (17)

Sixten Imgs on September 16, 2012

Nice sunbeams, and I have seen them recently in your other shots too. Do they come from the camera adjustments or some filters you use? Strong atmosphere in this photo.

trikermike on September 16, 2012

Really good sunrise shot - great way to say cheerio!

Kevin Childress on September 16, 2012

Nice one, Jethro, love the mood here! It looks like that extra blade on the aperture thingy is working just fine. :)

PS - looks like a sensor cleaning is on the horizon. I just dropped mine of at Biggs yesterday ... it was beginning to look like a leopard!

David Brown Photogra… on September 16, 2012

Personally Sixten I like the lens flair effect. I shot this on a tripod (oh, no - I have confessed) at f22 so that the flair would be accentuated. The lens I have has extra blades in its aperture that make this effect greater also (as Kevin points out). Try it next time this happens.

Thanks Mike especially as it didn't rain all the way home.

Despite that sky.

Yes it did work Kevin THANK YOU - also I have learned something about lens hygiene - be careful who you swap lenses with. I exchanged lenses with a guy on the summit of a mountain for a few minutes and have picked up crap on the screen and mirror and noticed a blob on this image also - all since that meeting.

Casual lens exchanges are not healthy - practice safe photography!

All the very best this rainy Sunday to you my friends - Jethro

Kevin Childress on September 16, 2012

'Casual lens exchanges are not healthy...'

hehe. indeed. you really never know where they've been!

David Brown Photogra… on September 16, 2012

Absolutely Kevin - I also ran clean sensor on the D5100 this afternoon. It took about a second to do it and I have no idea if its fixed or not.

BTW this is my first Lightroom "Development"

Your gonna have to give me some tips.

J

Kevin Childress on September 17, 2012

Let's do some of that tomorrow, or tonight if you prefer!

HarryAusdemharz on September 18, 2012

What a wonderfull sunrise. Regards. Harry.

David Brown Photogra… on September 18, 2012

Thank you Harry - it was one of the best that week.

Best wishes - Jethro

thomas ramage on September 19, 2012

neat pic jethro like

David Brown Photogra… on September 19, 2012

Thank you Tammo its great when the weather breaks on your last day of vacation. Makes it all worth while.

Many thanks my friend - Jethro

((Ospr3y)) on September 19, 2012

Incredible shot, Jethro!

David Brown Photogra… on September 20, 2012

Thank you Liam it was a hurried moment that only lasted a few seconds.

Best wishes - Jethro

Patty Arsenault on September 23, 2012

Fabulous shot, Jethro. Such dramatic clouds! Love the effect with the sunlight. Beautiful colour! like and YS

Cheers,

Patty

David Brown Photogra… on September 23, 2012

Thank you Patty very much. It was (almost) worth getting up early for.

Jethro

蒂芙尼林 on November 2, 2013

hello. David Brown Photogra…

very impressive photograph and **great capture

YS: 5 + LIKE:8

congratulation and have a nice weekend for you

best regards from Tiffany Liem

David Brown Photogra… on November 2, 2013

Thank you Tiffany

Best wishes to you too - David

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on September 16, 2012
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by David Brown Photogra…
    • Camera: NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D5100
    • Taken on 2012/09/15 06:31:28
    • Exposure: 4.000s
    • Focal Length: 10.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/22.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO250
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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