With the magnificent mountains of the Lake District lying in view 15 miles away across the Solway Firth, Keith Fergus was waiting for the perfect sunset to evolve; here is his story
It was now a waiting game. I had settled on a composition that I was happy with, double-checked my focus, and chosen my aperture and filters required to balance sky and foreground exposure. But an obstinate bank of cloud was preventing the necessary light from falling onto the scene that, for me, would put the finishing touch to an excellent late evening’s photography ...
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