or, “I should really think about cleaning my windows…”
The the afternoon light bounces around in fabulous ways here at the Grigsby. The shaft of light is a reflection of the sun, bouncing off of a decorative glass railing on the second floor landing across from the courtyard.
Since I started shooting, I’ve become much more conscious of light and the little tricks it plays, and I seem to be noticing more and more with each passing day. Good times and GoGo, I say.
And this was shot with the rather ignored Nikon 36-72mm f/3.5 E Series lens, at 72mm (ignore the exif: it doesn’t do ’72’ so I went with 70 in the non-cpu lens data setup thingy), ISO800, 1/320th, f/5.6.