- Midnight Sun(s)
This image was taken at about midnight from the bow of the ship as
we were slicing through calm waters on the way to the next mooring
location. The sun had just begun to dip into a low fog bank on the
horizon. You can actually see edges of the cloud layer as horizontal
lines extending from the sun roughly halfway down. When I saw the
sun's reflection, creating this illusion of a "double sun,"
I knew the shot would be a keeper. (And, since I was shooting digital,
I checked the image in the CCD and KNEW it was a keeper!) No filtration
was used in this shot - the peach color is exactly as I saw it.
Camera: Nikon Coolpix 5000
Lens: Nikkor Coolpix 5000 zoom lens @ ~80mm