I grabbed this shot a few weeks ago when we had quite a bit of snow. It’s a seemingly strange angle for a sunset, but I wanted to get the rocks and all the snow on the lake in the frame with the warm glow that was cast all around from the sun. I used my Canon 10-22mm lens for this image.
The timing for the beauty of this sunset was so fleeting! I grabbed as many shots as I could from every angle. I really like this one as something a bit different. You can see deep footprints in the snow that went all along the edge of the lake, and the sun at a very low angle, just ready to dip down below the trees.
For those of you who didn’t get much snow this year, or for those that just can’t get enough winter. Well here’s some winter for you, with an added touch of golden warmth!!
Posted on March 11, 2013, in Lakes, Landscape, Landscape, Nature, or architectural photography, Michigan, Nature, Snowy scenes, Sunsets, Wildlife and tagged landscape, nature, RCNaturephotos, Rachel Cohen, Rachel Cohen Photography, photography, http://rcnaturephotos.com, lake, http://rcnaturephotos.artistwebsites.com, Sunset, maghreb, rocks, golden, http://rcnaturephotos.net, snow, sundown, Sunset's Path, winter sunset, Michigan winter sunset, lake sunset, snowy sunset, glowing sunset, glow, warmth, sun, golden glow, winter's golden glow. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.