Storm Chaser

Although it was my birthday yesterday, I could not resist to go out with my camera in that horrible weather… It was absolutely crazy, rain, coldness, wind was so strong that there was no way i could use my tripod. Constant splashing made me to wipe my lens every minute…. I was kind of scared that after the day my camera might refuse to work, I wasn’t even sure if I got any photos, as my lens was all the time wet…

Some people could think that it was a crazy think to do, instead of enjoying my birthday, but I had absolutely great time, and in the end it appeared that I got something…. LOVE Storms 🙂

f5.6, 1/500 sec, 22mm, ISO 400

f5.6, 1/640 sec, 18mm, ISO 400

f5.6, 1/1000 sec, 18mm, ISO 400

f5.6, 1/500 sec, 48mm, ISO 400

f5.6, 1/640 sec, 82mm, ISO 400

f5.6, 1/320 sec, 48mm, ISO 400

f5.6, 1/500 sec, 75mm, ISO 400

What a day!!!!!!!! 🙂

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46 thoughts on “Storm Chaser

  1. a: happy birthday

    b: there is no such thing as bad weather in photography

    c: thanks for doing what you’re doing: i have never, ever seen waves break like this. ever

    d. wow 😉

  2. Nice to be able to do what you want on your birthday – you’ve caught some great shots – I guess you didn’t remember to bring your camera’s “rain hat”!

  3. ¡Impresionante serie! me encanta, aunque el día no acompañó para pasear si para tomar estas imágenes, saludos

    Awesome series! I love it, but did not follow the day to walk if to take these images, greetings

  4. Wow! These are amazing.
    A belated Happy Birthday to you! I can well understand how that was a good way to spend a birthday. 🙂

  5. This is my favorite set. This massive powerful nature is impressed me. Beautiful series of shoots you’ve done Pawel. Love this!

  6. I live by the sea and I can relate. I also can’t think of a better way to spend my birthday (doing something I like). Great snapshots!

  7. Great series!!! Makes me go to our west coast in stormy weather and try myself 😉
    – And thanks for stopping by my blog!

  8. I’m a virgin where photography is concerned. I’m humbled by your stopping by my blog and “liking”. Very kind of you. Great tip about using black and white for shots on a gray day.

  9. Amazing shots showing the sheer power of nature. In b&w they are only better! By the way I think you did enjoy your birthday by doing something you obviously love.
    P.S. Thanks for stopping by my blog and liking one of my posts!

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