44. Bad weather.

Bad weather is not a reason to put the camera away. However make sure your camera and lenses are protected.

This first picture was taken on a miserable grey day with low cloud.

Leeds  January 2017. Canon G7X II compact camera.

However this next picture was taken in pouring rain and I held an umbrella in one hand and the camera in the other hand.

German Christmas Market, Leeds. November 2016. Olympus TG 4 Tough compact camera.

Fortunately I was able to take this next picture from inside a building, looking through a window.

Bradford 12 April 2016. Canon S120 compact camera.
Bradford April 2016. Canon S120 compact camera.

This next image was a grab shot. It had just stopped raining,  the sun immediately appeared through a gap in the clouds and this gentleman suddenly walked into view. I quickly grabbed this shot.

Bradford  February 2016. Canon S120 compact camera.

This next picture was taken on a misty morning.

Leeds and Liverpool Canal 3 December 2015.

And next we have a misty drizzly day.

Ilkley  January 2016. Canon S120 compact camera.

Here is another photograph taken from inside. I wanted to include the rain drops on the window.

Leeds railway station November 2015. Canon S120 compact camera.

Here is another misty drizzly day.

Picnic area at Yeadon Tarn. October 2015.

And here is another where I held my umbrella in one hand and the camera in the other hand.

Leeds August 2015 Canon S120 compact camera.

Here I was aiming to show raindrops on the leaves.

Leeds and Liverpool Canal  August 2015. Pentax K5 DSLR camera.

This next image was taken on my DSLR which is waterproof. Unfortunately I am not.

Leeds and Liverpool Canal  August 2015. Pentax  K5 DSLR.

And finally another image taken holding  the umbrella in one hand.

Bradford  May 2015