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This is from a favorite spot to visit near home.
At the top of a climb, the pasture land gets bathed in dusk light about 1/2 hour before sunset. Though the sun drops behind the hills to the west, the color just 'starts" to change. I think the Fall is the best time as the "notch" in the hlll to the west gets aligned with the sun so its a bit lower (3rd shot).
These are slightly different comps as well as I am trying something different on the revisits.
These are all MF film shots, RZ67, Ektar 100
Either 65mm or 50mm, at f8 or f11 for sharpness.
This most recent one being taken near ground level with a 50mm (25mm)
My favorite/sharpest lens!
This one take a month or so ago. I think the tree is too prominent .
First shot taken last Fall, 65mm (32mm).
The light really does start to get that orange glow on the moss/fence posts, although is this is film!
Since these are scanned film & I'm a bit color-blind, struggle to get the color right.
So the usual requests for critique & comment.
If you think the color isn't right, say so!