f9.5, 1/90th of a second at ISO 4000. It’s that last number that makes tripod allergic people happy 🙂
The rhyme held true this week; still no rain. Dreams of Spring Wildflowers are beginning to fade.
By the word moving, I mean I moved the camera 🙂
We had quite a dust storm late yesterday no doubt leaving a lot of particulates in the air. It can help produce nice sunrises and sunsets as seen through this Ocotillo.
We had a spectacular lightning storm last night but I didn’t grab my camera until it was almost over. Darn. This shot is from an upstairs window. I braced the camera against the frame of an open window while holding down the shutter. (recently lost my cable release)
(ISO 400, f/8, 21 sec)
We had a powerful storm move through last night. I didn’t get any lightening shots but did capture the morning after. Now to go out and repair the landscape.
We had an excellent rainfall last night and heard on the news this morning that it puts us ahead of our normal rainfall for the year. This sunrise photo is from two mornings ago after another great rain.
A shot of Chris on our walk this morning. Monsoon clouds are always a welcome sight. They don’t always mean rain but we and the desert plants appreciate the moisture in the air.
This may be a warning for sailors but a morning red sky is good news for the desert!
Some cool clouds this morning and a promise of rain. We can hope!
(Canon 5D-IR, Canon 50mm 1.8 lens)