Shooting into the Sun from Around the World

At some point I was told never to shoot directly into the sun. But that’s one of my favourite things to do!

Sunlight flares through the trees on the Wild Pacific Trail in Ucluelet on Vancouver Island, Canada. Sunlight through the trees on the Wild Pacific Trail in Ucluelet on Vancouver Island, CanadaDark pinnacle of rock blocking the sun at the Valley of the Gods near Mexican Hat in Utah. Dark rock pinnacle blocking the sun at the Valley of the Gods near Mexican Hat in UtahBlinding sunlight through the windows in Belfast, Ireland.Belfast, Ireland, Sun through the windowsThe sun flares around a walker in Valladolid, Spain. The sun flares around a walker in Valladolid, SpainSunlight flares through the trees at Mons Klint in Denmark. Sunlight flares through the trees at Mons Klint in DenmarkSunlight reflecting on the canal in Edam, Holland. Sunlight on the canal in Edam, HollandSun glow through the leaves in Huatalco, Mexico. Sun glow through the leaves in Huatalco, MexicoMore of Nancy Merrill’s Photo Challenge: Sunshine.

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7 responses to “Shooting into the Sun from Around the World

  1. ‘Contra jour’ – I love shooting into the sun. Since the demise of view finders I often have no idea what the picture looks like when I’m holding up my phone or compact camera.

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