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Honestly, if there was snow I'd normally be headed to pastures further afield with big mountains and lochs. Lockdown meant I found some new local places locally. Clear(ish) skies helped as normally these hills are hidden behind mist and rain from where i shot them.What a great view, and very nicely photographed. I'm very envious that this is your nearby! Great start to your 52!
I used a gold reflector to lighten which has probably given it a more yellow look. Perhaps silver or white reflector might have subly reduced the yellow greenI do like it sat on the hessian - my only comment is that the hessian looks very green near the camera,
Was it lit this way? is it picking it up from the pear? Or is it (possibly) my monitor?
I photographed it five minutes before i’d have needed an endoscope to photograph it, and it was ripeThe colour trust the hessian has picked up from the good reflector is unusual, but didn't distract me as the pear looks very pear-like (which just be a good thing!) I like the lighting and the rustic nature of the background!
The real question is at what stage the pear was at - I hope you didn't photography it in the five minutes between it being a cricket ball and a wet sponge..?