Late Afternoon Glow


Today was another amazing day for a walk in the Philly area, with temperatures reaching almost seventy degrees! I arrived home later in the afternoon and decided to head out for a walk. The Sun wasn’t quite at golden hour, but there were still some nice sparkles out on the the ice-filled Delaware. My favorite photo from the walk today is below. I opted to take out my 80-200 Minolta lens for this stroll, it does a good job. The only down side it, I never remember to note my aperture settings.

I have also accumlated a significant amount of sensor dust which is proving resistant to both my bulb blower and the G7’s sensor cleaner. I’ve got a cleaning kit ordered to recitfy the situation.

Riverton Boathouse amidst the ice.
Panasonic G7 with 80-200 mm Minolta lens (adapted) • 80 mm • ISO 400 • 1/200 sec


  1. Thanks for sharing. I guess not too many sailors out that day but maybe if the temperature continues to be balmy they’ll give it a go.

    1. wezlo says:

      Yah, they’re all packed up for the winter. I was surprised to not see any kayakers out, though.

  2. ALMOST 70?!? What is with you folks on the coast?!

    1. wezlo says:

      Yah, kinda crazy.

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