For Donna's Photo Challenge this month the topic is 'Let There Be Light'.
This first photo was taken in St. Andrew's, NB on August 31 of this year.
The photo looks like it's black and white but it's not.
It was taken at 6:10 pm and, as you can see, the sun was shining. I was looking into the sun but there was a thin fog in the air that diffused the light.
My camera was set on "Auto", focal length 9.7 mm, f7.1, ISO 80.
I love how the light is shining on the water in the distance and making the boats stand out.
Here is another shot of the same scene.
I turned my camera horizontally and zoomed in closer taking out the sun. The light is bouncing on the water highlighting the boats.
Camera again on "auto", focal length 29.3 mm, f5.6, ISO 80.
This photo was taken on September 30, 2013 in our back yard.
The sun had set behind the hill to the right of the view and the clouds were lit up in such gorgeous colours. I like the dark contrast of the earth - field and trees - against the sky.
Camera on Auto - Focal length 6 mm, f4.0, ISO 80.
The above photo was taken in January of this year. It sure looks cold doesn't it? The sun was low in the sky in the late afternoon as the west wind blew the snow across the field.
Camera on "snow" setting, Focal length 22.5 mm, f4.0, ISO 80.
All photos on my Canon Power Shot S5IS.
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I hope you have a wonderful weekend.