There is so much brown; the weather has been hot and dry. Lawns especially are brown, but even many gardens are looking as though they are missing a soaking rain. But not down here, at the bottom of Vale. The Cowhorn Creek is low, but it is still flowing, and the foliage is lush as a jungle here. The cicadas are singing, bees flitting from flower to flower and the fish are snapping up small bugs that fly too close to the water.
I used the old Minolta 50mm lens for this; the camera couldn't record the F-stop, since it's completely mechanical. I think it was F8. I tried letting the camera decide on the shutter speed. Not bad for auto-pilot!
|Focal Length||50.0 mm|
|Exposure Program||Aperture-priority AE|
|Flash||Off, Did not fire|