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Irene Carson

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Angkor Wat – While waiting out the storm in the old Library we heard ...

... the loudest thunderclap I had ever experienced in my life. I would not have been surprised had this been followed by the ancient ceiling rocks collapsing on us! – Looking back to where we had just come from.

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NIKON D7100

Aperture
f/6.3
Exposure
1/40
ISO
400
Flash
112
  • Image type: image/jpeg
  • Exposure: 1/40
  • Resolution: 300/1
  • Created: 28th September 2019
  • Uploaded: 20th January 2020
  • Category: People-and-places
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  • Joe Lightheart
    1 month ago
    Nice! The wet reflective surfaces help your photo. Intense thunder is really something one needs to experience, eh?
    • Irene Carson
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      1 month ago
      Thanks, Joe. I remember thunderstorms in the Alps, when the rolling thunder went on for a bit and echoed off the mountains, and one wondered whether some of the mountains would come with it. But this was just a single clap, as if all the energy had been exhausted with it. We asked our resident chronographer Melissa Fox whether she happened to have the iPhone rolling at the time, was the clap recorded? "Yes, but it also recorded the [jump into the air motion]." I have not seen/heard the footage yet, probably never will.
  • jezprime
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    1 month ago
    Fantastic textures and great framing, especially with the difference in light. Superb composition.
    • Irene Carson
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      1 month ago
      Thank you for your kind comments, jezprime! We did have some time up there to work on angles...