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    Great weekends racing over the Bank holiday - got a tiny bit 'moist' at the end - who am I kidding - even my waterproofs surrendered lol

    I really do love the combo of my 1DXII 70-200 2.8 MKII & 1.4 MKIII Extender








    Jackdaw was enjoying a shower ;-)



    Things we do for love huh ;-)

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    Nice set David

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    That is a very soggy day David. Hardly seems to be enough light to get any shutter speed, regardless of enough to freeze the action.
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    Good set David.

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    That is hard rain. Great time to be out for nice photography, bad time for photography equipment!
    Nice work

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    Quote Originally Posted by colin C View Post
    That is a very soggy day David. Hardly seems to be enough light to get any shutter speed, regardless of enough to freeze the action.
    Hey Colin - when it 'really' chucks it down I like to ramp up the SS to catch the rain / splash - otherwise the shot just looks - dirty and grey - if you know what I mean ;-)

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    Nice set David despite the conditions, and it's not stopped raining since!

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    You gotta feel for the guys in the open top cars...

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