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I am Rod Wynne-Powell, and this is my way to pass on snippets either of a technical nature, or related to what I am currently doing or hope to be doing in the near future.

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Sunday, 11 November 2018

Brogborough Saturday – A Light Wind

As I left Marston Moretaine, heading for Brogborough, there was a reasonable amount of Wind, so I felt there might be a reasonable chance of some action on the lake with the Windsurfers, but on arrival, although there were several people milling around preparing themselves, there was little evidence of the wind here – where it mattered!
I was almost considering leaving without even setting up the camera, but the wind came up a little, and the light was good, and I was hooked – so back to the car and I set up the tripod and camera; the activity of the participant windsurfers had made it impossible for me to resist and I realised that to leave now having shown my face was to let them down.
There would be a gallery of images to show for my attendance, and I will have given those who came a chance to relive the afternoon, they would be grateful I did not snub them just because I felt there was nothing exciting, and I learned there was a better wind on the Sunday, so I began shooting and for my trouble I got a cheeky response later (frame 6132) which later I spotted whilst editing is probably a comment on the first shot in that sequence (frame 6119) where I failed miserably in my focus, so although it should have ended up on the Cutting Room Floor, I have let it stand to atone my sin in failing. (Note to self: Must do Better).
So in gratitude for those who showed their skill on the water, please enjoy the rest of the shots I captured.

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