f/5.6 | 1/200 | iso 100 | Canon 2x EF Extender II | Canon 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM II @ 205mm
The local river has been full of fisher…people/folk/humans (being politically correct be difficult eh) these last few weeks and I thought I would head down one foggy morning to see what I could capture. Well, the foggy morning I picked was just a little too foggy and I couldn’t see across the river to get the iconic “lone fisher [insert correct gender] casting into a river on a foggy morning” scene. Do I go home? No way, I decide to head over to the other side of the river and take images from behind them. Well, making a long story short (okay, it’s not really THAT long of a story)…I liked the image of just a lone red chair and fishing pole over all the others! 😉
Happy Friday all!
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Wow, what a great shot! Love your composition and the reflections a lot. Many compliments!
Wonderful photograph. This one belongs on a wall for sure!
Thanks Carissa, that means a lot to me!
Great shot David! You don’t need a fisher to tell the story with this photo.
I totally agree! Thanks for stopping by and for the comment…always appreciated!
Women or men fishing are called ANGLERS 😉
Ohhh, good to know Leilani, thanks for the info and of course…for stopping by and commenting! 😀
That’s a great shot David
Thank you very much Alberto, glad you like it! 😀
Very good photo you have captured the viewers imagination! They are thinking where is the fisherman!
Thank you very much, I am really glad you like the image! Thanks also stopping by and commenting, hope to see you around again!
Its not a ‘red’ chair, its a chair of ‘color’ if you really want to be PC for as you know, ‘red’ has racial overtones..
Very true dad, especially in my case I suppose! 😀
Wonderful image, beautifully captured!
Why thank you Kenn, your comment is greatly appreciated!