Past spending a day and a night at Land's End (without success) I drove further to the Bottallack Mines in the morning where I stayed overall two days until I got this sundown (the evening before it rained). In that time I have read a lot during the rain and explored the areal in the remaining time. Fantastic cliffs to climb up, dilapidated buildings and other remains of the mining. The weather was very changeful but sometimes there was the chance to get some sun laying on the rocks directly above the ocean. I've learned that no matter how long it rains - when the first rays of sunlight appear, it is forgotten. ;) So on midday I throw down two of my filters and the Hoya ND16 was broken but thankfully the Heliopan still useful. In the evening the wind blew that hard that I thought he will blow me from the cliffs so I wasn't very calm (to say at least :D) and decided that this wind is a wind that hates photographers . :D We fought with each other for a while but it seems like I have had success. ;)
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