I always seem to end up shooting this place against the light for various reasons.....usually weather related.
In the mornings, the sun comes in nice and low from the left. Lovely.
But when I go there in the mornings, it's always p1ssing rain! By the time the rain clears off, where's the sun? Yep, in yer face.
In the evenings, the sun comes in low from the right, casting massive shadows all over the place. Jeez.
The mountain in the centre mid distance is Knocknacloghoge.
The curvy mountain at the very back is Tóin Le Gaoith, Anglicised to Tonelagee, The name translates literally as "Arse To The Wind".....Just thought yiz might like to know!
|Camera:||Nikon D200 Check out Nikon Nation!|
|Lens:||17-55 + 2 x 121 ND grads |
|Recording media:||Raw (digital)|