This past weekend was my birthday and one of the best ways to spend a birthday is with friends, outside. Luckily for me I have a friend with a cabin not too far from the city that allows for both of those things.
As it gets chilly during the day this time of year, there’s usually a campfire going to keep the chill off. When there’s just a little bit of a breeze the smoke will drift ever so slowly and when the sun is shining and you have your camera ready you can sometimes get a nice, moody photo.
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Updated: November 14th, 2016 at 10:54 am
- Camera: Fujifilm x100t
- Lens: Fujinon 23mm ASPH
- Date: November, 2016
- Aperture: f/4.0
- Shutter: 1/640
- ISO: 200
- Location: 44.310895, -64.554456
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