Another year, another new camera! This time I finally succumbed to the delights of a Nikon D800. I had been sort of wanting one for a while but kept putting myself off. A couple of weeks ago one came up at a great price so I couldn’t resist.
The last couple of weeks have been really bad, weather wise here. Almost constant rain and wind. I took the chance on this night even though it was very windy out and not really ideal sunset conditions. I went down to Ardrossan north shore and decided to use the concrete covering of the outlet pipe as a lead in line. While getting everything set-up, a gust of wind managed to blow over the tripod. Luckily I caught the tripod and camera before it fell over, but it was a scary moment.
The first image from on top of the outlet pipe.
It was an okay shot, with at least a touch of colour in the sky. I went down onto the beach hoping to use the line of cloud reflected in any pools of water on the beach. This was probably the best one of the night. Again, the high winds was making it difficult to get an image that wasn’t blurry due to the tripod moving on the wet sand.
Altogether I spent about an hour in the freezing cold but I did manage to get two images which were alright.