Raindrops In The Darkness: Revisited

Revisiting the darkness of nature’s presence, I cannot help but tread cautiously through the destruction nature has left behind.

Storm Eunice & Franklin both contributed their efforts to destroy what they could find, with nature’s presence giving me and every one a reason to exercise caution and avoid any danger.

Mother nature is angry; the glowing raindrops she left behind below are of true significance that she won’t be quiet for anyone, as the darkened raindrops above prove nature isn’t afraid to make all the noise she wants.

Revisiting her darkness through these storms shows nature’s true feelings worldwide; we should all be careful and mindful that if she’s angry, we must avoid danger and cautiously tread carefully to deter future destruction and to avoid angering nature’s true intent.

Alex Smithson

Device Used: iPhone 11
Apps Used: Apple Camera, Apple Photos & Instagram (Free)

Apple Photos Settings:

Filter Used: Noir

Auto: On

Brilliance: +61
Highlights: -56
Shadows: +53
Contrast: +47
Brightness: -75
Black Point: +6
Saturation: +12
Vibrancy: +5

Instagram Settings:

Highlights: -100
Shadows: -100
Vignette: +100

ISO Speed: ISO-32
F-Stop: f/1.8
Focal Length: 50mm

Date of Photograph Produced: Monday 21st February 2022

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