The attentive among you may have noticed that there was no photoblog posting yesterday. Sorry about that – I was off camping with my Cub Scout son and forgot to schedule something to post while I was away. Hopefully you’ll forgive me one day.
Talking of camping, I took the camera along (as always) and managed to gather the required shots for the pack web site and Flickr account and also a bunch for myself too. As a result, this week’s offerings all come from Pedernales Falls State Park which lies between Dripping Springs and Johnson City and is about a 30 minute drive from our home. It’s a gorgeous place and, despite the fact that the river is currently merely a trickly, still spectacular thanks to some fabulous rock formations and many deep pools that have so far failed to dry up.
This shot here was taken last night in the camp site and shows just how beautifully clear the skies out there are. This was a 30 second exposure taken with tungsten white balance using the 15mm fisheye lens. All the foreground lighting is spill from the main camp which lay to my left. The biggest problem taking this shot was finding a 30 second window during which no small boys were running in front of me brandishing glow sticks and flashlights! 🙂
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