Landscape Photography: Shooting in Bad Weather with High Wind & Rain



It was a brutal photo shoot on the top of Castle Crag, but the great thing about photographing in adverse weather is that you have the chance to capture some real drama!!
The conditions got quite bad and it was difficult to shoot, but I did manage to capture a couple of nice images.

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