A late evening walk down on the marshes (last weekend before the rain returned) revealed some colour through the dim light after sunset in the form of an Iris or Flag, whichever you like to call them.
The light really was fading a lot by the time I took these photos which required full manual mode on the camera as any automation tried to over-compensate for the lack of light.
A high ISO of 3200 was needed, f11 at 1/60 for the first shot and ISO3200, f7.1, 1/25 for the second. A good job my Canon EF70-300 lens has image stabilisation.
Love the light or lack thereof in the last one.
Thanks. It is the time of day/night that is most difficult to deal with photographically but very attractive to the soul. I wasn’t expecting to see the irises and they were a very welcome surprise.