Today’s photos came almost by accident; I saw some lighting to the south of where I was and looked at my weather app and found that the storm was just off shore, so I headed south to try and capture some lightning. However, by the time I found a good shooting spot, the storm had moved sufficiently such that none was visible anymore. Then I noticed the tree in the first image. And remembered the challenge for July. Then I moved further south to Avery Point, hoping still to see the storm, but to no avail. But I did end up with the second image as my compensation.
I can’t say that it’s a worthy trade, as I’ve wanted to shoot lightning for years, and have had no luck as of yet, but I am very happy with it as one of my submissions 🙂
18 mm, 30 sec, f/8.0, ISO 100 (Thames River Silhouette)
18 mm, 30 sec, f/7.1, ISO 100 (Silhouette and Light)