Posted May 29th, 2016
Landscape in a RiverHere is a bonus second Feature Photo post on this date, to help fill in the over two months gap following my previous entry.
When our scheduled presenter for the May main meeting of the Whitehorse
Photography Club had to cancel on short notice, members were notified
to bring their camera equipment for an impromptu photo shoot instead.
The Yukon River runs right behind the Whitehorse Public Library, our
regular meeting venue, and photographic opportunities abound right
there along the river’s edge. The evening light was superb. The low sun
warmly lit up the trees and clay cliffs above the opposite bank. These
reflected as a wash of colours in the turbulent water, producing this
Pentax K-5, SMC Pentax DA* 60-250mm f/4 ED [IF] SDM, 1/180 sec @ f/9.5, ISO 400