“We still had an hour or so before sunset and the light was still too intense to shoot in the sun,” Habgood explains, “so I started by taking photos within the open shade and I just loved the perspective of this shot. They stood just enough in the light to illuminate themselves, and with the incredible light hitting the side of the rock, you can really see the depth changes within it. We’re all just little ants amongst a big, beautiful world, aren’t we?”
(Shot with a Canon 5D Mark IV and 35mm f/1.4 lens at f/1.4, 1/1600 sec. and ISO 100.)
Ane & Eneko. Sakoneta, Basque Country, Spain. Mick Habgood Photographer.
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