Hoar Frost. December 14, 2012Posted by littlebangtheory in Art and Nature, macro photos.
Tags: Florida MA, hoar frost, macro photography, Sigma 50mm f/2.8 lens
Along a frozen dirt road in upper Florida MA, a weeping shoulder pushed its wetness skyward as the dry sky demanded tribute:
Hoar frost is by its nature dirty, and this black and white rendition dodges the visual complication of the coarse mingling of water and earth.
That one’s thanks to Ziggy, my Sigma 50mm lens, which has the shortest minimum focusing distance of the lenses in my kit, as well as a very small aperture. This was shot at f/40 for maximum depth of field without employing focus stacking HDR.