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Chwarel Rhos, Capel Curig

By robway  
I sure can pick the days to go out with the camera. The forecast said North Wales will be clear by 11 a.m. !! Oh no it wasn't. I went to Chwarel Rhos just below Moel Siabod and it poured incessantly. I did my best to protect the camera and got quite a few shots before I called it a day. Some water managed to get into the camera and played havoc with the electrics. I have dried it out and it is now working fine.

I have learned two lessons, take the weather forecast with a pinch of salt and buy adequate water proofing cover for the camera.

Tags: Architecture Landscape and travel

Voters: helenlinda, Philip_H, gwynn56 and 20 more


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helenlinda Plus
9 344 22 United Kingdom
15 Dec 2013 12:34PM
The rain really brings out the colours though Rob - glad the electrics are working in the camera now
Helen

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rogerdoger 5 13
15 Dec 2013 2:51PM
Considering the conditions you've done very well.
Roger
NDODS Plus
6 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
15 Dec 2013 3:54PM
It's a Canon, they are soldier proof…

A stunning location despite the weather in which your have captured and crafted this very well composed and somewhat thought evoking composition. I do feel however that your image would work better in monochrome or a tint.

Regards Nathan
netta1234 Plus
4 381 2 Wales
15 Dec 2013 3:55PM
I've never been there ,it looks a very interesting place to visit,
I do like this image,eventhough the weather was bad you've managed a great imageSmile
NettaSmile
15 Dec 2013 4:18PM
Slate quarry images look best in mist and rain so ideal conditions, John. Ardderchog.
Alun
Ps i use one of those dry bags where the top folds over. I just plonk it on top of the camera and ballhead while still on the tripod. Light, tough and waterproof. The click clasp can also be used to secure it although, clearly, it's just acting as an upmarket plastic bag on your camera. I alo have an optech rain cover but the bag works best for me.
A Booth 14 11 4 United Kingdom
23 Dec 2013 4:07PM
lovely stone detail complemented by the dramatic sky. nice composition.

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