Sunday, September 21, 2008

How Much Difference Lighting Makes

This photo was taken when the sun went behind a cloud. The clouds make the tones in this photo cooler.


This photo was taken when the sun was shining directly on the butterfly. The sun makes the photo have a very warm tone overall.

Monarchs are on the move. Just as birds migrate, Monarchs head south for the winter as well. If you glance at the sky every once in a while you will probably see a Monarch flying over. Monarchs have been documented flying as high as 10000 feet but many times they fly low enough to be seen by the human eye. Their flight altitude is associated with the wind. Many times the wind will be stronger higher up in the atmosphere. The Monarchs take advantage of this stronger wind by flying with it when it is at their backs.

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