Polarizer Light House_2

Here is a view from the top of the lighthouse looking in a different direction out one of the other windows in the small octagonal room. This image presented a series of challenges: The framing I wanted didn’t allow me to press my lens parallel to the glass, and the position of the sun meant that the best polarizer position to make the clouds pop and deepen the blue sky was also the worst position for cutting through the window reflections! So, I shot a couple of variations with the polarizer spinning a bit each time, and picked this one, where there’s just a shadowed suggestion of the fresnel lenses, the light, and a fellow tourist in this birds-eye view frame. (1/250 f6.3 ISO 100)