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A Day of My Week

This week Amy has given us the prompt A Day of My Week for the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge.

I had the idea of putting together a small camera kit and using it for everything I photographed on Sunday.

I put the kit together on Saturday evening only to change my mind and put a different kit together early Sunday morning before heading down to the local bay for the sunrise.

The kit I used was a small mirrorless Sony and four manual focus prime lenses. I decided that the post would be one photo taken with each of the lenses during the day.

Lens-Artists: A Day of My Life

Photo 1. Cloud over Colpoy’s Bay on the South Bruce Peninsula, Ontario shortly before sunrise. Taken with the 14mm ultra wide angle lens.

Lens-Artists: A Day of My Life

Photo 2. Shortly after sunrise I took close-ups of lichen on some of the boulders along the Colpoy’s Bay shoreline. Taken with the 35mm standard lens.

Lens-Artists: A Day of My Life

Photo 3. After sunrise I moved around the bay to check out the cloud and autumn colour on the Niagara Escarpment. Golden light on a section of the Niagara Escarpment taken with the 85mm telephoto lens.

Lens-Artists: A Day of My Life

Photo 4. In the afternoon I went out with the kit to photograph autumn colour. Maple leaves on the South Bruce Peninsula, Ontario with the 8mm fisheye lens.

11 replies on “A Day of My Week”

Such a beautiful and special day. I love how you capture the sky and sunlight. Fabulous, as always.Both the lichen and the leaves are beautifully captured. Thank you for sharing with us.

Thanks, glad you liked them. It was a good prompt for me as I’ve been using a small kit of manual focus prime lenses for a lot of my personal work for some time now.

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