A rainbow can be an elusive thing to photograph. You need to be in just the right place at the right time, with a bit of rain and sun. Sometimes it is just a matter of keeping your eyes open and, of course, having the camera ready to go.

Gonzalo Rainbow 0462 CIn the wake of the tail end of Hurricane Gonzalo touching the UK, we had some heavy winds, blustery rain and interesting skies. I was looking out of the window at the farmers field, when a shower started. Dark clouds on one side, and sunshine on the other and rain started to fall. And a rainbow just seemed to shimmer into life in front of me. The light was fanastic.
The camera was there and ready. Here are the results.

The key to getting these pictures was, obviously having the camera handy, but also knowing what to do with it, once it was in hand. Want to learn more about outdoor photography? Have a look at this [CBC country=”uk” show=”n”]selection of Outdoor Photography books on Amazon[/CBC][CBC country=”uk” show=”y”]selection of Outdoor Photography books on Amazon[/CBC].

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Gonzalo Rainbow Art Prints

Art Prints


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