Last night, I met up with an old friend on Stanage Edge in the Peak District. The intention was to shoot the sunset, as the sun was due to set just to the side of the edge. If the weather played it’s part, the light on the edge would be spectacular. Often when that’s happened, I’ve found myself elsewhere, looking back at Stanage Edge and wishing I was there.
This time I was in the right position at the right time of day and year. All I needed now was the weather to play it’s part.
Initially it looked like we were on for a great sunset which is when I took this shot.
I shot this with the Fuji XT3 and Fuji 16-80 lens at 21mm. It’s a handheld exposure at 1/20” using f/11.0 and ISO200. I was also using a Kase Wolverine 3-stop…
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