I wrote about this particular scene a few posts back. There is an ancient lava flow here that has been preserved over time. The location is Mica Bay, Lake Superior. I had climbed up unto an outcropping of rock and photographed the location. The sun was on the horizon to my left. It was rapidly sinking below the horizon. As I sat there, the rocks took on a reddish hue that was really fascinating. The red hue was very powerful on the rocks. Withing a couple minutes it was gone. Another episode of what nature can produce before your eyes. The camera and tripod were already set up, thus it was only a matter of setting the exposure and click away. The clouds had a reddish tinge to them. The rocks in foreground stayed dark due to an outcropping of rocks to my left. That was good as it provided good contrast with the rest of the scene.
Well that is it for now. Until next time happy trails
8 thoughts on “A Red Glow”
Such beautiful, warm light. The glow of the light perfectly accentuates all the texture in the rocks too. Lovely photograph.
Thank you Laura
Very nice glow. Nice modelling of the rocky shapes.
Thanks Rob. Lake Superior has a lot of this to offer
Amazing, beautiful image Ken.
Thank you Karen
What a stunning capture. I love how the rocks are such a rich red. 😀
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