Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Longhorn in Bluebonnet Field

The bluebonnets are beginning to die away now as they only live about a month and a half or so.  They are spectacular when they are blooming!  And when the bluebonnets are blooming, I've always wanted to get the iconic Texas shot of longhorns in a field of them.  I finally got my chance!  A fellow photographer, T. A. Brown from Austin, told me about a spot near Georgetown where I could get a shot, so out I went!  As you can see, the bluebonnets are fading as they are no longer in full bloom, and the weedy grasses are starting to grow up around them, but I was happy to get what I could.  I'll definitely try again next year!

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Exif data:

Camera - Fujifilm X-T1
Lens - Fujinon XC50-230mmF4.5-6.7 OIS
Focal Length - 230mm
Aperture - f16
Exposure - 1/400
Exposure program - Aperture priority AE
ISO speed - 1600
Exposure bias - 0 EV
Tripod - No
HDR - No
# of brackets - NA

2 comments:

  1. This screams Texas Evan, great work

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  2. Thanks, Mike! Can't wait til next year when I can try this again, maybe during a sunny afternoon with the bluebonnets in full bloom!

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