Well, It’s Raining…

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Here. But not over there…..

Sometimes things just fall into place and I thank the moment that I decided to have a camera to hand, all the time.

 

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There Be Trolls…

dsc_7818-editThe River Pitt, beneath the A359 just outside Bruton and here’s a little nugget; most bridges with busy roads over the top have to be of a decent standard, this normally means the river bed will be concrete and nice and level for the tripod but obviously, be careful because it might be nice and flat it can also be slippery and it’s surprising how much force is exerted on your legs by only a couple of inches of water. Normal rule of thumb, if it looks too much, it probably is.

10sec @ 18mm, f/9.0, ISO 100 Remote trigger and my trusty (soon to be rusty) freebie tripod! This bridge comes with a waterfall too…DSC_7813-Edit.jpgI’m not so happy with the composition on this one though, we’ve got some colder weather heading this way for the weekend so might have to have a revisit then.

 

Manual 265/214 Broken In The Middle!

Sometimes it just doesn’t work…DSC_7569-Pano-Edit-EditMaybe I should have moved a traffic cone, or waited until the scaffold went all the way across or even make sure that the two gert thick cables holding up the center of the Severn bridge actually joined up… Oh well, little details! ;o)

Peace Peeps! x

Manual 365/213.5 The Motorway Footpath

A group of lads cycling across the Severn Bridge asked the hung over photographer to get a shot of them with their phones so he took the opportunity to get a panorama too. Cheers Fellas!DSC_7564-Pano-Edit.jpgPeace Peeps!

Manual 365/204 That Was The Day That Was…

And we’ll never get it back but bear this in mind, we are just silicon age hunter gatherers with better tools and a bit of cash!DSC_6794-PanoEvery one who’s ever lived managed to get us to where we are now. they didn’t know the risks but we do and I think we owe it to them not to fuck it up….

Peace Peeps! x