Victoria's Light

I went out for a drive today.  Being house-bound has its good and bad.  I was hoping to capture some highlights using the Nikkon 105mm F 2.5 lens.  The sun was coming and going and in the lesser light I was able to underexpose to pick up more highlights.  Unfortunately in the midst of the experience I was summoned back to Bristol.  When I got back into the car some good light arose but I missed it.  The lens does have beautiful bokeh characteristics, but I wish I composed these images differently, and that I had a better foreground subject.  Shooting with the Nikon D 850 feels like cheating.  I was able to shoot between 2.5 and 4 at a low-ish ISO to capture these shots.

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