We found a slew of satellite dishes along the Columbia River in Washington. They rest atop a hill. When we visited, the sun was low in the west, and was, at this point, nearly behind the cluster of them. I took a shot, looking up towards them and into the sun. I knew that something unexpected would happen, and figured I’d give it a shot anyway.
The sun, of course, blew out that photo completely and took out the shots on either side of it. We’ve got one powerful star, it seems. This was the shot I took right after the blow out. It’s of a different dish far below the cluster. The light leaks are obvious – the Savoy wasn’t taped up this time.
As with other photos on this roll, the scanner had a bit of trouble with it. I’m personally having a bit of trouble with it…
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