I liked the rayed sun through the viewfinder and was pleased with the capture being close to what I saw (except for some flaring that I hadn’t noticed. The 18 rays are a result of the lens iris being a rounded 9-blade diaphragm, but I’m not sure why it doubles the count. Maybe Wikipedia will know (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diaphragm_(optics)) …
The dock in the foreground is the current Washington State Ferry terminal at Port Townsend (the other end of the route is Coupeville, Whidbey Island. In the distance is the north east corner of the Olympic Mountains.
Love all of your water photos! Still trying to decide which photos I want. Seems I want them all! Much love, Pat
Thanks, Pat. So, one of each, then?
Beautiful capture. There’s so much to be drawn into here.
One of your best! I love this one.
Thanks, Jan. I really appreciate your support.
Nice sunrise and I like the starburst. Did you have your aperture above f/11?
Hey, back home from my road trip and found that the aperture was set at f/29! that was on my Fujifilm GFX-50R… Not sure now why it was set that high. Not my usual settings. but it was shooting into the sun, so maybe it was the auto over-ride.