The last in my Clearing Storm sequence from my unplanned Clevedon shoot, last Saturday.
I had hoped that the sky would do this when I first arrived here.
And the planet obliged very nicely.....
It's my personal favourite from what turned out to be a technically tricky shoot, what with humungous spray, ferocious winds and a very hungry wife.....It's currently occupying the top spot in my favourites list in my pf, too.
Five stops of grad and two exposures (0ev and -2EV) were required to contain the sun god and his fiery chariot after his release from his cloudy prison.
Very busy today and we've got weekend visitors from Oop t' North so I'll have very limited access to my pc...so will catch up when I'm able.
Thanks very much to those who have dropped in for this sequence and for your votes and comments. They are very much appreciated (even yours, Paul
I hope you enjoy this one as much as the others. They all led to this moment!
Have a great weekend and may the light be with you
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