Back in the summer we visited the Worthing massive. And Splash Point, which just used to be a World War One Sea Mine of the ship sinking variety has been replaced by spurting water and slippery rocks. Basically one in the eye for the health and safety Hitler Youth and a big yell to kids of all ages to get wet in a rambunctious manner.
It’s not unusual for it to rain in Wales, but today required the purchase of an umbrella.
I’m really please with this shot as it finally is. I had to take out several people and a bollard, then spent sometime tweaking the look until I was happy. I really like this one and hope you do too.
Sorry for the delay. This was shot on day nine, but i was knackered and unable to post the image. I got some nice images yesterday with some sun (yes-it’s been a rarity in these jet stream jumble days), but the image I chose to manipulate was very much stuck in yesterdays weather. A nice image of the Radissonblu, Cardiff, reflected in a pool of fag butts. Day 10 will be on Day 10. Enjoy.
Really pleased with this.
I got some other good shots of the rain and very soft light in cardiff. A heavy drizzle had descended all day. As i was walking to get my train, I saw a metal seat, just by the abstract clock at the bottom of the main pedestrian area. The drizzle had formed into these great patterns. I took two quick shots and then bundled my camera back into my trusty Tenba Messenger bag and hurried back home. It was only after messing about in Lightroom and Perfect Photo Suite that I went Whoa! That’s really, really nice. I hope you like too.