A rainbow at sunset..
Sometimes, as a photographer, you find yourself in the most amazing light but in completely the wrong place. As these early autumn rain showers were passing last evening, I thought that there might be a possibility of a rainbow. But I hadn't planned on going out shooting, so I enjoyed watching the light change until this most incredible and complete rainbow formed right over my home town of Kinsale.
Having taken an initial and disappointing phone shot in panorama mode, I made a dash and got a full frame camera, wide-angle lens and polarising filter. Five frames later the rainbow had disappeared and a moment of magic had passed.
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