Took a trip to the Gower yesterday evening as late in the afternoon the cloud was breaking up and thinning out, thought it would be ideal for a sunset at Caswell.
I arrive and set out across the beach thinking cloud is a bit on the dense side, but hopefully it will continue to break up a little more. On reaching the rocks at Whiteshell point, I turned and yup, you guessed it, a solid grey wall of cloud coming over the horizon and the sun about to disappear behind it.
Decided to stay in hope but nothing doing, managed to grab a few poor shots, this was the last and best of them. Then just to make sure that I had a miserable time, I got a soaking from that squall which seemed to follow me all the way back to the car.
13secs @ f/22 plus Cokin X121S ND Grad.
All comments welcomed.
|Camera:||EOS 20D |
|Lens:||EF 16-35L @ 16mm |
|Recording media:||RAW - ISO100|