Our second day in Montana we spent visiting state parks around Flathead Lake. They were nice little places to picnic, but the wasps were unbearable. They were bad enough even just walking around, but when we tried to sit and have some food they got too annoying. It was apparently a huge problem in the area as we could see half full yellow-jacket traps all over the place in each park. At least I was able to get this long exposure shot of a stump sticking out of the lake. I guess long exposures were a bit of a theme on this vacation.
Camera: Canon EOS 60D, Exposure Time: 30s, Aperture: f/29, ISO: 100, Focal Length: 100mm
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Thanks, assuming that means you like it! 😉
I like it, I was a bit fooled at first before I realized it was a stump.
Thanks Ron, what did you think it was? Is it what the long exposure did to the water that fooled you?
I thought it was a rock, much larger than a tree stump, silly me. It was the perspective, not the long exposure.