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Focal Length: 18mm
Shutter Speed: 1/3200
Format: DX (Crop Sensor)
This was a view I couldn’t pass up without photographing it. While I wish I would have been able to get one shot of this, I didn’t have the room to be able to capture the entire scene with the lens I had. Since I had a kit lens, but rarely ever used it, I decided that for this small walk I was going to force myself to use just this one lens. I had another in the bag as a backup but didn’t want to switch out. I was happy with the results from the kit lens but not too long after this I upgraded to FX so that lens will never get any more use unfortunately. Possibly when my oldest is able to handle a DSLR and she is still into photography, it might serve a good purpose for her.
Anyways, I love how throughout my entire walk you could never see below the ice until coming across this point. It was hard to tell, but I think this part of the ice was too thin to stand on, but one light enough might be able to make it.