Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Sunday's Snaps

After not much sleep on Saturday night, a sunny Sunday lured me out into the great blue yonder. I was too tired to lug my DSLR with me, so took my little Olympus Pen Mini EPM-1 with me on my walk along Swansea seafront. Gale-force winds soon blew over some dramatic clouds and squally showers, resulting in some dramatic cloudscapes over Mumbles Head:

Thunder and lightning made occasional appearances on what was a dream day for landscape photography. The combination of heavy rain and sunshine resulted in the inevitable spectacular rainbows over the bay:

Unfortunately, just after taking this shot, the battery in my camera ran out, and I realised to my horror I had neglected to bring a spare with me. There's a moral in there somewhere!


  1. Get more sleep on Saturday, Perhaps?

    Lovely moody images, Jeremy.

  2. Wonderful, scenic photos on all your recent posts Jeremy. I also enjoyed the ones with the Pied Wagtail (I had one in the garden in the bad weather) and the Crow, great stuff!

    It's a horrible feeling when you realise you have left the spare battery at home. I'm sure we've all done it.

  3. Nice shots Jeemy.....good work again.

    Greetings, Joop

  4. Wonderful photographs Jeremy, the weather looks quite dramatic. I thought leaving the spare battery at home was my trick.

  5. Beautiful moody images Jeremy..love your processing and editing, great job!!

  6. The weather makes the landscape more interesting.

  7. I can imagine you take wonderful shots here in Sanya, Hainan, China. Sunset would be amazing for your camera~ Yanling -btw, how can i register…