Was dusty up there wasn’t it ? Did you catch up with Ian ?
I honestly have no idea when I’ll get to edit my images from FoS. I have thousands of images from our time in England, and an ever-growing list of projects to do around the house...
I’ve managed to edit a few for sharing on Instagram though. It was also great to meet up with Damian and Rob while I was there and chat for a bit. It was proof that there are still some decent people hanging around the internet these days
It’s a 300/2.8, but yeah it worked out really well. I was hesitant to bring it with me, but am glad I did. It’s a great piece of glass and I got a lot of shots that I’m really happy with.
Yeah, we met up on Saturday morning. It was hard to miss @Robstar1963, as he was in contention for tallest person attending that day.
As for the rally stage, it was dust-city. All of my gear was covered in a fine layer of Chichester's finest dirt. I ended up not spending too much time there, as there wasn't anything particularly exciting on the rally course when we were up there.
I was also bummed that you couldn't see the cars on the hill-climb track cross the start finish line, as the hay bails were too high. There were many places up the hill where the hay bails were much higher than they were back in 2015, which was disappointing. I suppose it's no different than the proliferation of catch fencing at tracks here in the US, which make shooting from general spectator areas all the more difficult.
Many thanks for the kind comments @gwydionjhrThis one just really grabbed me! and 1/10th of a second!
Another great one as always. Look at the twist in that rear tire. What kind of pressures are they running?