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The Storm Passes

By bazhutton  
The conditions were changing so quickly that I popped the camera off the tripod, took off the filters & shot handheld at ISO 400, f/16, to achieve 1/60s. Cloth in hand clearing the lens of raindrops.

I'm sure with the tripod I would have included more of the wall.

Thanks for looking


Tags: Rainbow Photo journalism Windermere Ambleside Landscape and travel Wildlife and nature Hutton Baz Bazhutton

Voters: Leightonhs, DebbieBMP, Dave_Henderson and 20 more

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DebbieBMP 8 33 1 United Kingdom
18 Nov 2008 3:59PM
I love this moody landscape and aspire to such cracking images this is an inspiring image

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Scott_Scot 12 4 4 Scotland
18 Nov 2008 5:07PM
Nice one Baz.
I always say, dump the tripod and shoot from the hip to get the light!

Weel done lad!!! Smile Smile :-p

18 Nov 2008 5:37PM
THat is Beautiful...
Neil_Higgins 11 35 3 England
18 Nov 2008 7:20PM
Quick thinking paid off here, super rainbow, off of Black Crag?
OAKEY 9 United Kingdom
18 Nov 2008 7:22PM
Great view looks lovely. been looking at your P/F images there all stunning, great work . Shaun
bazhutton 10 25 England
19 Nov 2008 1:40PM
Thanks for the comments folks. Neil, a wise man once said 'those that know, will not tell.' Wink

...but yes, Black Crag it is.


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