I have been spending time going through and weeding my image catalogue lately. Generally when I import images from my camera I do a cursory edit and immediately weed out anything that is unusable straight away to save room on my hard drive. Then I could leave the images sitting there for a while before I start a proper edit. I have to have the time and be in the right frame of mind before I can wade through a large file of images from a location. Saying that I usually edit the easy stuff first but leave anything that might be a bit more complex until another time. So yesterday I was trawling through my files and came across this beauty. It was taken on a beach in Dublin and I was just packing my gear away after a shoot and noticed what was going on behind my back. Quickly unpacking it again I shot 3 or 4 frames before the light changed. If you would like to purchase this or any other image here on my blog then you will find the, for sale on my website.
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