📷 by @christinekenyonphoto
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Repost from @newmilkyway
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Two Exposure Time Blend (fixed position)
Nikon D810, Nikkor 24-70mm | Base exposure (blue hour): 24mm, f/8.0, 1/8 sec., ISO 200 | Sky: 24mm, f/2.8, 25 sec., ISO 6400 “The Unknown” — Nothing compares to a bubbling caldron of sulphur gas erupting and gurgling, as the darkness swallows up the surrounding landscape into a sea of inky black. The steam that night so thick at times that it was suffocating, so dense that I couldn’t see until the wind would shift again, and suddenly fresh air would once again flow in my direction. As the time passed, all that remained of the Elk I saw on my way down, were dark shadowy figures slowly moving in the meadow. And what may lurk at the bottom of the glowing turquoise pool, is entirely up to your own imagination.
Photo Tip: Always carry a soft, clean microfiber lens cloth, and an air blower to keep your lens clean. Be mindful not to massage dirt or grime into your lens, so first blow off the glass, then gently wipe any moisture from the surface.