Nikon D70 @ 60mm, 1/320 sec, f/8, ISO 200
A couple of (relatively) early finishes at work has meant that I've been able to go for a wander with my camera while there was still some light. But I've been finding myself extremely lacking in inspiration recently and I can't seem to shake it.
I don't think I've quite recovered from Monday's traumatic experience... Adam has been up for a while, so we thought it would be good to go on a little photo expedition on Monday. Up at 4.30 to be at Loch Awe (to get some shots of Kilchurn castle) for a glorious sunrise. Obviously with it being Scotland you never expect the weather to be good but it's still a kick in the baws when the weather turns on you at the last minute. I didn't come away with any shots and it all seemed a bit pointless. Ah well, better luck next time.
So on to this shot. If you haven't already guessed it, the silhouette is of Edinburgh castle. There wasn't really much of a sunset, but the cloud formations were very interesting, with a couple of darker clouds standing out in front of a bright background. I ended up heavily underexposing the shot to emphasise the contrast and colours.
Just realised that this is my 300th post - how time flies!