ShinyPhoto

Tim Haynes: image portfolio, photo gallery and musings of a landscape photographer based in Scotland

Windyedge Tree Fog

Display image: Windyedge Tree Fog
Simple minimalism: a well-known tree at Windyedge on the way into Perth beside the A9, taken at night. The fog was so thick I couldnbt even see the tree less than 100yd in front of me. The only way to focus the camera was to pick an equivalent distance, focus on a pole beside a bus-stop the opposite side of the road, swing the camera around to where I thought the tree was - and nobody was more surprised than me when the first exposures appeared on camera with the tree perfectly placed off-centre. In the conditions it took 30s at ISO 6400 to make any impression; this is a composite of many such photos stacked and averaged together with varying patterns of illumination from passing car headlights through the fog.
This image is available for purchase in a variety of formats including framed print and homewares from redbubble.
Alternatively, to arrange a custom print up to 34 inches, please contact me.

GPS location: 56.37655023332418, -3.5292744332961723

EXIF info

Camera:
ISO:
Aperture: f/
Shutter speed: s
Lens:
Focal Length:
Date and Time: 2018:12:07 13:58:58