Title: Ninety-Three and a Half
Capture Date/Time: March 11 2007 11:40
Camera: Nikon D200
Lens: 12-24mm f/4G ED-IF AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor
Focal Length: 12mm
Aperture/Shutter Speed: F/7.1 - 1/180 sec
Taken at Lake Michigan, I find it amazing when a body of water this large can remain to be so calm...
10 comments — Add yours
03.26.07/12:43 PM Gary said:
yeah, that's as calm as I can ever remember seeing it
03.26.07/03:26 PM Maarten said:
indeed, the water looks extremely calm. I first thought you used a long shutter time (with some kind of filter to block the light)...
03.27.07/02:24 AM Fred said:
Wow, that's amazingly calm. Nice.
03.27.07/05:52 AM ana said:
That's more like 5/8ths, dude.
03.27.07/05:57 AM ana said:
Okay, so none of your other posts will let me leave a comment...so I'm back here at 93 and 5/8ths. So the Jesse White Tumblers. Funny about the DL....cracking up. Life is good.
03.27.07/10:48 AM tim said:
I love the color. The contrast between the dock and the water is great.
04.02.07/09:23 PM gSaenz said:
for a second thought it was long exposure. well done.
04.02.07/10:15 PM Heather said:
04.04.07/03:55 PM unlikelymoose said:
The calm before the storm.
04.04.07/03:58 PM Maarten said:
Judging on how calm the water is, people must be respecting the no swimming sign for a couple of thousand years now! Nice image.