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06-01-2017, 06:01 PM - 9 Likes   #31
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Terrific, Tom!
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K-3 with Tamron Adaptall-2 44A 28-70mm f3.5-4.5

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I love storms, so today when some moved in, I grabbed the blue K-30 and an A 50mm f2 and took some shots.







And the window where it hits:



Hope you like them Rob.

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Hailstorm plus hailbow - not sure about good pictures, but definitely bad weather








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Now that IS what I am talking about, great series of shots! The downside is when the lens gets covered in precip, it's about that time I remember to extend the hood
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QuoteOriginally posted by robgski Quote
The downside is when the lens gets covered in precip, it's about that time I remember to extend the hood
Yuh - one can be a bit preoccupied with other thoughts - like Ouch! That stings!
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Not sure if it's a good picture, but it's certainly bad weather. The camera and lens spent the entire walk slung over my shoulder, so no protection from the elements.

Taken some time ago for a Single In Challenge.


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just remembered a couple more - you can't see the rain in these - though I did get soaked - but you can see the effect of the wind, whipping up the spring tide... I wasn't using a WR lens at the time (on the K10D), either - no ill results, though



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Sudden downpour this afternoon, with sunshine made a faint rainbow in the hill behind the house. I had the K135 on the K-5, but ran out in it for a picture anyway.


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