June 28, 2017summer creek to farm Sharoncreek to farm, forgottonia, landscape photography, midwest photography, nature photography, photography, rural photography Like this:Like Loading...
Nice and beautiful scenery
Hmmmmmmm… I feel like taking in a long breath to have a deep feeling of nature. Wao!
Smiling. Thank you!
Takes me back to my childhood- playing in the creek
What a lovely memory. Thank you for sharing it!
I love this photo 🙂 I find it very relaxing.
Thanks — I’m happy you like it.
This picture reminds me of my father’s ancestral village. It melts my heart!
A wonderful thought. Thank you!
Takes me back in time when I was in the province as a child.
That makes me happy. Thank you!
I like your photo
I can’t express my feeling to see this kind of beauty and peaceful place. I wish i can go there and do meditation.
Thank you, Aashish. Come back and visit. You’re welcome anytime. 🙂
Beautiful click… must say good collection.
Thats a really nice pic 😎
This picture is so peaceful. When I study it, I just feel calm. Beautiful! How do you decide which settings to photograph? And do you take a million pictures and wait for the right one, or do you just take a few? I am a writing, so am curious about the photography process.
Hi EJ, and thank you. Camera settings depend on many things, but the biggies are light and the lens you’re using. In this scene, the light was perfect (golden hour, the sun was behind me), and I was using a fast, low-light lens (Nikon 35mm 1.8). Therefore, I was able to set a longer exposure (F13) with 100 ISO and a shutter speed of 1/100s. I shot this in manual mode but suggest using A (aperture priority) most of the time as it’s just easier and there is less to think about.
I used to shoot like crazy, getting too many images even if I knew I got what I wanted. As I’ve gotten more experienced, I’ve slowed down to getting just a few images for each scene.
Thanks for your comment and questions!
Sorry – mistake. I am a writer. 🙂
The greenery is awesome. The pathway tends to lead one to yesterdays gone when a stroll with a friend is a delight. Thanks for sharing Sharon.
The greenery is simply amazing Sharon. Thanks for sharing.
Love it 😍
Very pretty, wish I was there!
So lovely to see a fellow Midwesterner who holds as much respect and love for the land as I do. 🙂
Hello Jean, it nurtures and keeps me sane–the landscape and natural world. Respect is a good way to put it. Thanks for your comment!