View Accending to Chojnik

Yesterday was a wet day, we knew for the last week that the weather may not be favorable but on Friday we had quite good weather while hiking and we hopped it would continue yesterday. We woke to rain and not to be put down we continued with our plan to visit the Castle Chojnik, which the medieval  resident decided should be placed on top of a solid rock base at the summit of a mountain. While walking up to the top there was a viewing point (and resting point) with a lovely view over the surrounding area. I sort of started a trend here, I scrambled over rocks to get to a clearer view without trees in the way. Finding a nice view I started taking pictures, and before long I had company of others who must have thought I knew what i was doing (although I would not advised people to follow me as the rocks were covered in moss and quite wet)

800ISO 18mm f/16 1/25

800ISO 18mm f/16 1/25

This is one of the shots I got of  wisps of cloud coming up from the forest below. It was quite magical. I edited the shot in light room and used my +2 exposure from my bracketing and reduced the exposure to try and preserve the nice white of the clouds.

More reports of my adventures tomorrow.

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