What is going on here?‚
Where does the ladder go?
Are there treats at the end of the ladder?
This photograph is an excellent example of lens compression. For those that may not know, longer lenses tend to compress the foreground and background while wide angle lenses tend to do the reverse. I shot this scene on 1 frame from about 50 feet away. The white in the background is actually a massive container filled with oil and the ladder is part of that container. The tree is actually about 20 feet in front of the container.
I shot this scene from my car while snow was lightly falling. Exif data — Shot at ISO (The light was quickly fading)‚1000 F-16 at 1/400 at the long end of my 70–200 zoom lens. You can click the image to make it tastier on the eyes.