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Old Jul 1, 2004, 11:03 AM   #1
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Old Jul 1, 2004, 11:23 AM   #4
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nice series...i like the first one...wat is that? is that a stone walkway out a window?

nice job with the second one, blurring the water...did you "trick" the camera to do that? or turn of the flash, or something?

i like the splashes in the last one...and the water spray...

nicely done ferny! see! photography can be done in ALL weather situations!

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Old Jul 1, 2004, 11:55 AM   #5
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Nice one ferny, there's nothing quite like an English summer eh. :-)
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The first one was taken behind a glass door. The stones are the patio. There was a big puddle forming.
The second one was taken at 1/60 (camera is auto remember) but there was no trick. The rain was coming down so hard and fast it looked like there was a heavy fog.

They're just snapshots. I thought I'd try and get some pictures of them. They're nothing special.
It helped us find a hole in the conservatory roof, lots of water on the floor. :O

Nope, nothing Mark. We had hail to. I had just gotten the bike out and was going to go for a ride. I heard a faint noise which I though might have been thunder and saw some grey clouds rolling in. I waited for five minutes to see what the weather was doing, and then it tipped it. As I said, we had a small amount of hail at one point, and then the sun came out. The rain didn't ease up though. :lol:

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Nice series

Here the USA...rain like yours is defined as...

"Rainin' like a cow wettin' on a flat rock."


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Nice shots Ferny! great isn't it? lets enjoy our summer..:sad:..
Digcamfan i think you ve described it very well!:-)

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Thanks digcamfan, that was, erm, graphic. :lol:

I don't know pavaros. I like a bit of rain. Much better than it being really hot with no breeze. Something we have to look forward to this summer.
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"The weatherman said it was gonna be wet"

Well... the weatherman was right!:-) Nice photos.
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