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    I think it's been raining a bit...

    Cracker of a shot...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ColytonJohn View Post
    That's a great shot, a real masterclass on photographing a river

    Thanks everyone for looking and your comments -- Yes it rained that day, I won't say it came down, it came at you horizontally, you are struggling to keep gear dry but get the shots that are requested.

    EXIF not viewable so what were your settings please?

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    That is a lovely image Trev.
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    Thanks John, it was more or less a grab shot taken between shoots having been out in the pouring rain for eight hours.
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