Last weekend is had a trip to somewhere in the middle of the Netherlands. My grandparents were married for 50 years so we stayed at a bungalow park with whole the family. The first morning I stood up at 5.30 and I sneaked out of the house. My nephew with whom I shared a room woke up and stared at me like he was trying to say: "You dumbass!".
I took my bike and drove a kilometre or so out of the bungalow park. There was morning mist over the fields and there were some nice clouds in the sky.
I mentioned the environment looks so different from where I live. It was a region I've never been before. Everything was much greener and the sky looked so different. I do live in a river delta where the conditions are constantly changed by the large bodies of waters the light just differs so much from the river landscape where this photograph is taken.
I wanted to photograph the tree line with the shadows of the trees casting its range of shadows on the ground. I had to stand in the shadow of one of the trees to get the exposure I wanted. I had been playing around with some focal lengths but again it was the 10mm that worked the best for this shot.
Sigma 10-20mm @10mm
Velbon Sherpa 600R