A final shot from Friday’s sunrise outing, and something a little different. This shot came out of the camera upside down. Why? Because that’s how I shot it, with the tripod’s center column reversed and the camera mounted with the hotshoe only inches above the ground. Perspective changes everything; I’d been shooting at standing height all morning, so switching to this critter’s level view made for a wholly new image, and one of my favorites from the morning.
Point of possible interest, this was shot with the 70-200L at f/11, and demonstrates just how narrow the DOF can be through a telephoto lens, even when stopped down.
Here we are again, shooting from my standing height again, for a final shot from the morning: