Aqueduct Movement

Old Erie Canal Park, DeWitt, NY

On Monday I was busy at work trying to get ready for a trip out of town. When lunch rolled around I definitely needed to step away from my desk for a little while. I headed over to the Old Erie Canal Park to see what remained of the autumn colors. It was an overcast day but I knew that would work to my advantage for some longer exposure images.

In the course of playing under the Butternut Creek aqueduct I accidentally pressed the shutter as I was adjusting my tripod. This is one of those times were I don’t think I could have created this image on purpose. In the past I have experimented with intentional camera movement and some of the images created were worth sharing. When I saw this image in Lightroom I knew I wanted to process it. It might not speak to anyone but I think because of my frequent visits to the aqueduct this summer it really does to me.

 

MLCreations Photography: Blog Post Related &emdash; Aqueduct Movement

Aqueduct Movement
Olympus OM-D E-M1, M. Zuiko 12-40mm f/2.8, 2.5s, 21mm, f/16, ISO 200

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