Well after I spent too long chatting at Penmon last night, I managed to miss the little bit of Aurora activity we had. So after staying until the tide flooded the road, I managed to leave at around 5am!
I felt I hadn’t been out for so long, I just needed to get my fav gadget out of the boot. But annoyingly my focus is well out and my aperture was wrong for the lens I was using (to get the lighthouse), but I simply didn’t want to leave with at least 1 lp shot. Either way, I know technically bad, but damn it felt good to get out.
Full of water and vandalised, but after coming all this way I wanted to get a shot of it despite the rubbish weather conditions.
It’s one of the Lancashire Panopticons, I’ve visited a few others over the previous years and I thought this would be the best! I have to admit I was slightly dissapointed, it’s worth a visit, but the best panopticon for me has to be the ringing singing tree.
-3 Degrees and in the middle of nowhere! But it felt good to get out with the camera :)
Extremely annoyed that the focus is out though. I took off my Sigma 24-70 f/2.8 and stuck the kit lens on (18-105mm), making it extremely hard to focus as the inside misted over. I’ve got to get myself a wide angle lens soon!
The Moon was so powerful last night! I’ve wanted to light this place up at night for a while, but I wanted to do it under a Moonlit sky.
Sometimes you just can’t beat the power of the Moon to lend a helping hand.