Every year in autumn, I try to spend some days in southern Grisons in order to capture some golden larches. The forecast predicted a cloudless morning for that day, so previously, I had other plans. But when I woke up in the night, I noticed some clouds and thus decided spontaneously to make the strenuous hike through the Val da Camp. Arriving sufficiently early, I was able to scout the location for half an hour and finally installed my camera on a large rock. After starting the recording, I enjoyed the nice sunrise and did have my well-deserved breakfast.
|Lens||Canon 16-35mm f/4L IS|
|Additional Notes||80 pictures, recorded every 3 seconds, have been stacked in order to mimic an exposure time of 4 minutes.|
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