Photographer's Note

While floating down some tributary of the Mekong River approaching Chau Doc, the light was low and perfect for backlighting any subject that happened to be up on the river bank. My position was low enough that I was self-flagged and didn't get flares. This was shot at 3:48 pm. I bumped the ISO up a little to get a higher shutter speed as I was handheld from a wobbly boat. This lens is okay at this stop, and I'm not sure sacrificing the shutter speed for a slightly deeper stop (ie sharper lens performance) would have paid off. I'm happy with it. It is tweaked only slightly in LR: no cropping, just a little saturation, a touch more exposure and a smidgeon of contrast added.

ISO 200

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