Howdy folks.

Shot on a Hasselblad H3D 39 with an Arca Swiss RL3Di and a Schneider 28mm Digitar xl. 2 sets of image for a vertical stitch.

I visited Lough Key forest park in County Roscommon a couple of times recently. It was for the 1st time in 37 years. The last time I can remember been there was on the day of my Holy Communion in fact!. I checked out the forest the day before and I came across this amazing location where the place just came alive at a certain time of day. Everything just made sense. The light was almost biblical. The mosses came alive from the back lit sunlight and I managed to get this incredible star burst. I knew I had to be there at the same time next day. My main goal was to shoot a 360. I took this vertical pano first. Half way through the 360 I get "card full" and I was like nooooo. I realised I had left all my cards in the bloody car which was a good walk away. I started deleting images which I knew were junk to try and free space but it didn't work out. I had to go back a second day a few weeks ago which worked out fine. I got the shot and much more. I'll post them as I process them.

On a side note it's my first image processed on Anders's Lumariver HDR software. I must say. It offers amazing depth to the image