Tarn in mist

PENTAX K-5 II s, 35.0 mm, f/16.0, 1/60 sec, ISO 400 smc PENTAX-DA 35mm F2.4 AL CC-BY-NC-ND-4.0

Back when I started taking photographs a bit more seriously I came across a professional artist: Adam Gibbs1. Since he is also a mounteneer he gets to places literally noone else does.

During our short, three days stay in the Lake District we decided to spend one of the days climbing up to a tarn - a smal lake on a top of a hill. It wasn't too steep yet it took a long time to climb it, mostly because of the uncleaned routes; I took this picture while it was still misty all around.

I do envy Adam for getting those locations, but excursions like this keep remind me how much work goes into a single picture.

  1. http://adamgibbs.ca/↩︎

map showing the location where the photo 'Tarn in mist' was taken at
54.514, -3.065