I've put this in for general interest. It's in critique to allow discussion, but I don't mind critique. This is genuine - no tricks.
The quality is poor, but it is what you see I'm interested in discussing. During the hot weekend - 23 May - we were at Skipse, near Bridlington, we saw a mirage. Never seen one before.
This is with a long lens on tripod, but the effect and heat haze caused a total lack of sharpness. You are looking at Flamborough head and a large coal carrier on the skyline. There is a temperature inversion layer almost level with the cliff tops, and the ship is naturally reflected in it upside down.
As said, this is as it appeared - no tricks.
|Camera:||EOS 7D |
|Lens:||50/500 Sigma EX DG on Giottos carbon tripod. |
|Recording media:||JPEG (digital)|
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