This photograph was shot a couple of weeks back. This morning firemen finally got a huge fire threatening eastern suburbs under control - 16,ooo hectars of land was already lost. The smoke from that fire is what created the thick, orange blanket of fog you see laying over the city. Though I didn't care much for the smell, the smoke gave the light an extra warm tone this morning.
Perth City, Western Australia Camera:
Nikon D70 Optics:
AF-S Nikkor DX, 18-70mm Filters:
1/80 sec - F/7.1 Photoshop:
Resized > cropped > framed > signed & titled
Many thanks to ~scoota269
for suggesting this one for a Daily Deviation, and to `mirrorkills
for featuring it. To everyone who took the time to leave a comment and/or added this shot to your favourites, thank you so much for the feedback, critique, support and motivation.