Last Light at Echo Lake

After the sun set behind the Rockies, light lingered and a light breeze blew thru the valley.  I set up the tripod right on the shoreline, and let the shots go.  Long shutter speeds are very cool to me because they capture not just one moment in time, but movement and motion, occurring in time.   You get to see the clouds as the are moving across the sky, and the silky surface of the water, just awesome.  The little amount of yellow left on the horizon, and the snow covered peaks of mountains in the distance just tops it off.

We don’t see things as they are. We see things as we are. – Anais Nin

Echo Lake Colorado William Woodward
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