Oak leaf clusters

While stomping past a small glade as the night dropped in, I turned and fired off the above shot using the camera’s flash. (As I normally shot with an Olympus E-P1, a camera that doesn’t have a built-in flash, I tend to miss a lot of detail after-hours!) The resulting picture is of an Oak tree’s splayed leaves and the bright light illuminating the differing shades of green across its branches.

*Shot on a Ricoh GR Digital ll 10mp digital camera with settings at ISO-200, a fixed lens of 28mm open at f/2.8 and an exposure time of 1/30 seconds*

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