Spring Frost in the Silvermines Mountains on TV!
Updated - with video clip - below.
My entry for Met Eireann's spring weather photo contest got to the final and will be the backdrop for the presenters on Monday 28 April. It was taken on a sunny but cold morning on the slopes of the Silvermines Mountains in Co. Tipperary in April 2012. The sunlight coming from almost against me and across a valley, highlighted the contrast between slight frost on the fields and the dark trees and hedges. I used the Canon 100-400mm lens on a 40D at 220mm, f5, 1/1250th of a second and ISO 400.
Keywords: Co. Tipperary, John Coveney, Met Eireann, Nuala Carey, Silvermines, frost, hedges, shadows, spring, sunlit, trees, weather photo
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