Icy Spikes 1

Focal Length: 105mm
Aperture: f/3.2
Shutter Speed: 1/160
ISO: 100

Icy Spikes 2

Focal Length: 105mm
Aperture: f/7.1
Shutter Speed: 1/160
ISO: 100

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Icy Spikes

11 thoughts on “Icy Spikes

        • I will have 1 shot of the falls, but not one that I really wanted. I got up close with a wide angle and used an ND filter to get a long exposure but there was too much mist hitting the lens so the photo was unusable. This was taken at Minnehaha Falls in Minnesota. I took more photos through the park but was limited on time.

          I tend to make it out a lot during the winter but not so much during the spring, summer, and fall. This is my second year taking photos and when I started this blog a few months ago I was posting photos as I processed them but at times it would be 20+ photos to post so I ended up just saving them to do 1 post a day so I wouldn’t go a few weeks without posting anything. So right now I have around 100 photos to post.

          I also have a hard time trying to decide which photo to post next so I ended up putting all the photo names into an excel spreadsheet then creating a random number list to assign to each photo and will post them in that order to make it easier on myself. I’m happy that you enjoy my work. 🙂


          • I’m dreadful at picking out small selections of photos from any outing! It was one of the reasons I decided to start blogging last year with a 365 challenge. It definitely helped me to organise my images better and pick just key photos to process. I’ve been using photography for a long time but it’s a lifetime learning process, particularly with newer technology! We very often don’t get the perfect conditions we need for the photo we really want on any particular day. It’s frustrating sometimes! I’m looking forward to seeing more of your work 🙂


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