Reflections, Loch Fyne
Reflections, Loch Fyne
Pure symmetrical reflections - Strone Point and the end of Glen Kinglas from Inverary
A couple of months ago, I was rummaging through boxes of old archive negatives from my large-format landscape days, when I stumbled across an old Pentax film camera body and a couple of old PK-fit lenses. Within a couple of days I'd enlarged the PK-fit lens collection by adding a nifty-fifty (50mm f/1.7) prime bought from the local camera shop for cheap, along with an adapter for the Sony NEX-7 bought online. This lens is beautiful - clear as a bell, sharp as anything.
A couple of days later I went on a photo-walk around Inverary. The organizer had prepared a short list of challenges, subjects or things of which to get a photo - one of them being "reflections". It doesn't get more of a gift shot than this, a view of Loch Fyne from the road around Inverary looking up to Strone Point and the end of Glen Kinglas.
Camera Exif Information
Original Date-Time:2015-10-01T19:17:01
Exposure Programme:Aperture priority
Exposure Time:1/500 s
Aperture F/number:F0
Focal Length:0.0 mm
Camera Make:SONY
Metering Mode:Multi-segment
Camera Model:NEX-7
Date/Time Digitized:2015-10-01T19:17:01
Exposure Mode:Auto bracket
ISO sensitivity:100
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