Wild Shoreline

One a recent trip back to the U.P. I decided to drive out along some backroads I hadn't been on in over 25 years. I found myself north of Deer Lake and took this photo next to the boat ramp that was put in when I was a kid. (The lake is on the other side of the trees, just out of sight.)

This photo is a good example of camera placement for landscape photos... in this case I had the camera about a foot off the ground, so that the view was lower than most of the tall flowers, which creates a much more interesting scene. Though, in a case like this, you have to be careful because bees.

Download: Wild_Shoreline_Asgard_Photography_IMG_8585.jpg

Camera Settings

Camera: Canon EOS 80D
F-stop: f/14
Exposure: 1/200 seconds
ISO: 320
Focal Length: 24mm