This is one of my favourite view in alberta. i started the hike/scramble around at 2am. i got lost on the way due to multiple trails going off the main trail and a map that was showing the wrong way. 1 hour in the hike i realized i didn’t have any sd cards so i ran down and hiked up again. not the best feeling 😂. half way into the scrambling section i decided to stop at that viewpoint and wait for sunrise. conditions were perfect and these crazy high clouds started to form. then a small little cloud started to drift along the lake and i waited so it would be perfectly positioned in the middle. i couldn’t believe i was having all these crazy conditions in the same scene. it was really amazing to witness that. i kept doing panoramas without taking any wide angle single shot which i do not recommend because if one of your is slightly out of focus you are screwed. 🤪
on another note, yesterday i got tagged in a guy’s story saying that i inspired him to go on a sunrise hike, which made me so happy. please not hesitate tagging me in your stories if i inspire you to go on any adventure, i’ll re-share on my page 😊
sony a7riii + sony 16-35 f2.8.
16mm, 20 shots merged in lightroom
1/6 sec, f11, iso 100 @sonyalpha#alphacollective#sonyalpha#bealpha#alphafemale
this final image a squeezed version of the landscape panorama squished in 8x10. the non-squeezed version without the human element will be soon on my website.