A very blusterous day.

The wind was blowing around 30-33 knots (strong enough to make walking slightly difficult), so Mia and I--being a pair of bona fide arty nutcases--decided to chase the storm and go out to the sea cliffs at Beacon Hill Park. The waves were crashing and blowing everywhere and the grass was whipping around crazily. It almost felt a little dangerous!
We got some gorgeous shots, and had just finished shooting when it started to pour with rain, so we ran until we reached a cafe and could dry off a little. Kick-ass day, to say the least.

Photographer:
imaguoy
Uploaded:
2011-12-13
Tags:
blustery viento wind windstorm windy
Camera:
Yashica FX-D
Film:
Efke 50
City:
Victoria
Country:
Canada
Albums:
Black and White Portraits

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