While I wait for this warm air to break and usher in some interesting clouds and nice sunsets, I figured it was worth looking back to June 15th and a super-wide panorama used to take in the big sky over Marblehead harbor.  I had shared lots of images from this evening at Crocker Park last week and mentioned that I had swapped lenses as the light changed. I also shared one panorama of the harbor at 24mm focal length which is on the wide side of normal.

Ten minutes after that golden light panorama and before the purple harbor image, I swapped out for my widest lens and set about capturing the incredible sky formation at 16mm focal length. The super wide angle allowed me to take in the full scene from the rails and rocky ledge at Crocker to the light reflecting off the harbor, the boats on their moorings and that sky. The distortion of a wide angle created a cool effect with the nearer area of the harbor mirroring the shape of the sky overhead and doing an exemplary job of reflecting light.

It’s a huge scene and there is a lot to take in. Hope you enjoy it on this hot day…