Okay, so there really is no such thing as an Octopus Tree, I admit it. But if there was this is what I imagine it would look like. I shot this in HDR, which is the stacking of three images. One is underexposed so it picks up detail in the highlights. One is over exposed so it picks up the shadow detail. And one is properly exposed. The three shots are stacked together to create one high dynamic range shot, aka HDR. I took this last Saturday during our group photo walk. Had a good time. This week, however, hasn’t been going well at all. I haven’t been sleeping and this has caused my anxiety to really ramp up. I had to skip my workout tonight, which is the first time that’s happened in months now. Just too tired. Anyway, hope it passes soon. And hope you’re having a good week.
Dave, The Lazy Photographer
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