Planet Earth Daily Photo – 20 Minutes In Monotone

This photo is being featured today on the Plant Earth Daily Photo website. As the name suggests, the site features one photo each day from different spots around the globe.

This is a shot from a photowalk I took last spring with Jeremy Breningstall. We cut through Jian Bin Gong Yuan (Riverside Park) and at one point found ourselves surrounded by a large group of curious men. I remember thinking at the time that this guy might have had a little bit of The Forrest Gump in him. He was laughing for no apparent reason.  As I look again today though, I see all these guys were kind of smirking, so who knows what somebody may have said.  Chances are they are laughing at me…

20 Minutes In Monotone I

20 Minutes In Monotone I

Canon 5D Mark II
EF 24-70mm F/2.8L USM @ 70mm

Aperture – f/2.8
Shutter Speed – 1/320
ISO – 200

Back to the grind… Peace!

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2 Responses to “Planet Earth Daily Photo – 20 Minutes In Monotone”

  1. Steve says:

    Nice work, Michael. I really enjoy Planet Earth Daily Photo – I have been a temp admin there on a couple of occasions.

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