The Nameless Lake And The Orange Lights (18)
|Dedicated to PeterZ.|
This is a photo I shot around sunset time about the small lake (rather a man-made canal ends at the Kiltha river) of Castlemartyr village. Strange to stay, I didn't find the name of the lake anywhere, although the canal was made in the 18th century (source: www.eastcork.ie). Anyway, I managed to make a couple of shots about the water surface and the silhouettes of the trees in March 2018, on a wonderfully clear day.
Photo: handheld; made with manual exposure and white balance. ISO 125, f/8, 1/100 sec.
Thanks for looking.
Update: now, when Peter also saw the image, I have to tell the truth this photo is actually upside down, I mean the water surface is at the top and the sky is at the bottom. Please have a look at the workshop for the original. And please excuse me if I confused you - humour is the salt of life. ☺
PP: applying a vertical flip.