A Storm Was Brewing(PID:35921105716) Source
posted by Chris Crowley alias Chris C. Crowley on Sunday 16th of July 2017 08:23:45 PM
There are times when doing a shoot that judgement calls can be hit or miss, as with impending storms. You want to get that shot, but don't want to be 1. struck by lightning, or 2. rained on and have your camera ruined! Being a good half a mile from my car or more, it was risky staying at this vantage point while the storm rolled in, but just too mesmerizing to walk away from! I grabbed as many shots as I could before heading quickly back to my car and safety. Through the years I've learned to always stash a plastic bag in my camera case or pocket, so I can save the equipment if I misjudged how fast these things roll in. I've only had to use it once, and that was when I was on top of the Dunlawton Bridge taking storm, boat and pelican shots of the river below. One of those landed in Explore, so I was glad I stayed, and I didn't get too wet despite pushing it a bit. The camera was perfectly fine. This is a scene of beautiful Ponce Inlet, the furthest south point on A-1-A in the Daytona Beach area. You're looking at the area where the river begins to merge with the ocean waters to the left of me in the shot. There is a small lagoon area right in front of the lighthouse and boat docks. There are private homes there, right around the corner from the lighthouse grounds. I already edited this one some time ago. The original, below, and its edit are in one of my Ponce Inlet sets.
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