24 September 2014
Dramatic Autumn arrival
The series of photos after a month break. And no doubts, it's worth watching.
Dramatic sky and it's beautiful cloudscapes under the icy cold rain and northern wind. Enjoy!
This shooting, as well as the whole Autumn perceprion, has been inspired and motivated by a few very emotional bard songs which came like a breath of the fresh air. The songs from a beautiful girl, who I know from often visits to Saint-Petersburg. And a big part of a credits goes to her. Thank you, Lilia!
Talking about nature, it has been sunny and calm weather dictated by the anticyclone, while I has been in Russia. And just after I have come back the massive cyclone has arrived to the stage.
So let's consider a warm welcome to the cold and stormy weather, which I actually like so much.
Her majesty, the Autumn, accompanied bt the Cyclone! :)
Nikon D600, nikkor 16-35mm f4, at f11, 1/10 sec., ISO100, tripod
A road you're invited to, take the chance! But "be careful of the golden flames" KT Tunstall.
Nikon D600, nikkor 16-35mm f4, at f11, 1/6 sec., ISO100, tripod
Soon it will be cold and grey, but that will be the day after. But now still belongs here, to the Present, so let's not waste our time.
Nikon D600, nikkor 70-200mm f/4, at f4, 1/200 sec., ISO360, handheld
My friend, Arthur is covering my back and taking the pressure from a upcoming rain cloud.
Nikon D600, nikkor 16-35mm f4, at f8, 1/20 sec., ISO100, tripod
Nevermind the darkness, the light is somewhere
Nikon D600, nikkor 16-35mm f4, at f8, 1/10 sec., ISO100, tripod
The fake warmth. :)
By the way, the temperature has dropped from +15-20 C° to only +5C° this evening.
Nikon D600, nikkor 16-35mm f4, at f5.6, 1/80 sec., ISO220, handeld
A different view. After all, every sunset is a pure magic.
Nikon D600, nikkor 16-35mm f4, at f5.6, 1/30 sec., ISO320, handheld
And every shooting of this kind is chase. So let's not forget the working horse, a tuff VW Passat.
Nikon D600, nikkor 16-35mm f4, at f8, 1/8 sec., ISO100, tripod
The center image, as I see it. Meet the drama.
Nikon D600, nikkor 16-35mm f4, at f8, 1/2 sec., ISO100, tripod
The lack of the sun in the frame makes it even more mystical.
At that moment the next heavy rain cloud has already reached us, right by the last sunset light. It's a luck!
But, yes, we were wet as a drowned rats. :)
...And so was the Nikon. But you can rely on it anyway.
That's it. Enjoy and feel free to share!
Check out other Autumn shootings as well!
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