From the same river crossing
For a while now,
the sun was looking for other places to brighten up,
beneath the horizon line.
That's why the lens started telling me, in it's own way,
by failing more and more shots,
that it's time to wrap it up and make it a day.
My biological eyes could still distinguish shapes and shadows clear enough to make a mental image.
The lense's optical 2.8 eyes, though, were not able to keep up with what was happening around it anymore,
and it couldn't keep capturing the digital images I was looking for.
Just as I was packing, something made me take a small detour towards this creek, where I barely saw a few deer.
They were arguing either to make it to the other side, but I didn't know that at the moment.
Only after the first one jumped in I realized the opportunity, grabbed back the camera,
and tried to catch them navigating the small river.
With a big bump in ISO, huge effort from the autofocus and both feet in the water,
I was able to come home with this picture.
The last reflections of the sun in the clouds lighted the droplets
plenty enough to make the contrast you can see now.
This way, the deer stood out, and i could get an attracting enough image. - 27 minutes ago