Country Roads & Thunderstorms
Ya that is what the title SHOULD be, but it won't fit, sadly.
Captured on a back country road around the Mount Evans Wilderness area here in Colorado, the Chicago Creek was running along side and gave quite a birth to some of the tallest Aspen trees I have ever seen in my life. The atmosphere was simply incredible, with the sweet smell of rain and the sound of distant thunder as the storm started to come over the mountains that you see on the looming horizon.
This was the first chance I really got to test out that $7 Sigma 28-90mm Macro lens I got at Ritz when they were closing. I have to say, overall I am VERY impressed with this lens, it is like a razor blade.
Hope ya all like it!
John About the shot itself:
This shot is selective HDR as I call it, partially normal exposure and partial HDR, with blending for dynamic range increase to better represent the scene. RAW files through Lightroom and final edits done inside PS and Dynamic Photo HDR.
Hoya circular polarizer, Sigma 28-90mm Aspherical Mini Macro Zoom lensMore of my work can always be seen on my website at jdebordphoto.com Please don't use my images without asking first, all work is © John De Bord Photography and may not be used to blog, commercially, or redistributed without consent. Just ask me first!