Here’s a view from up in the High Tatra mountains in Slovakia. Cloud formations changed every few seconds as they danced around the mountains, and the lush green foliage was blossoming, forcing back what remained of the snow.
The best thing about being up here was that it was much cooler than it was down at ground level – though I admit the process of getting there did nothing but make me hot and tired.
So, it’s Friday at last – and though it’s only been a short week for me due to my mini photography trip, I’ve still had to try and cram all of my usual work into the time I had, so it’s also been quite a long week for me in many ways. I’m looking forward to relaxing in London this weekend.
- Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
- Focal length: 59mm
- ISO: 100
- Shutter speed: 1/100s