Evening cloud & light


Tuesday 27 October, 2015 by Uncle Spike

Here we have the same scene, under two different camera settings. Both taken towards the end of the day, as the sun was setting. The temperature was still around 22C (72F), and the skies mostly clear, except around the hills, as you can see. This first shot is moody and slightly menacing – and my personal clear favourite.




Whereas this second shot is more carefree; lighter and brighter…




Which do you prefer?


15 thoughts on “Evening cloud & light

  1. joannesisco says:

    Actually I think I like both of them for different reasons, but the dramatic tone of #1 would win by a hair 🙂

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  2. Anonymous says:

    Both photos are Beautiful….both offering different perspectives…of life!


  3. Anonymous says:

    Both are beautiful…Both offering different perspectives…in my opinion no photo is better than the other they both offer a story, a feeling…both photos stir different emotions 😉


  4. #1 in landslide. (Seriously, both amazing)

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  5. barbaramarincel says:

    #2 is my choice–but lately I’ve been drawn to more light-filled pics. I think it’s more to do with my mood, to tell you the truth.


  6. Ditto, #1. I always prefer the more dramatic. Beautiful!


  7. dayphoto says:

    The first. I love the darkness and the pink. Your skies are lovely!


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