This past Sunday and Monday I returned to Nopiming Provincial Park in Manitoba for 2 days of shooting autumn colours. I finally got some cloud action. Which I was hoping for. It was for the most part a great experience except for one major tragedy. While wrapping it up on day 2 in this area to go off to a new area my camera decided to fall off the tripod I was carrying and take a 6tf fall to the ground. I am ALWAYS making sure my clamps and everything are tight when carrying it this way but I guess the knobs got knocked loose moving it from one shoulder to another. So instead of heading to the next location I was heading to the big city to replace my UWA lens. Not a great way to spend the rest of the day. I am still rather bummed out over it all. Considering I just quit my job to go on my own I sure didn't need to spend $1000 on a lens.
Thankfully, the screw on filter, filter holder and GND that were attached and were the impact point didn't get damaged on the fall.
Here are a few that Ive processed so far. More to follow when I can.
Thanks for looking!