You don’t get a photo like this, without getting cold.
I took this back when it was a bit less temperate out.
I didn’t post it for two reasons.
One, I couldn’t handle looking at it during the winter.
Two, it was chromatically aberrated to a point that I thought it was ruining the photo.
However, I actually had a nigh-identically composed shot that did not suffer as much from chromatic aberrations, which you see here.⌉
I think it is a winner. It also demonstrates one of my principles of photography: Taking photos from vantage points or locations deemed too risky (not risqué) , can result in unique images.
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- ⌉ When a lens fails to focus all colors to a single point. Happens most noticeably on edges of high contrast areas, the HDR process magnifies this problem in some cases [↩]