Quickie 2.317: Gloomy day with Horo

Seeing as there aren’t many warm days left with fall progressing quickly and winter rapidly approaching, I decided to take the opportunity today to go out for a ride. It was a balmy 15°C / 59°F and windy as heck!

Unfortunately the weather decided to play tricks on me, as soon as I got E2046’s Horo out of her protective foam it started to spit. This wasn’t much of an issue as I was sheltered by trees, but after capturing the photos below it pretty much started to outright rain. Since I don’t know how well E2046’s paint holds up to rain and Horo’s protection was a cardboard box, I opted to pack her up quickly and get out of there. Once back on the road, the rain stopped of course, a little annoying. Ok, extremely annoying. Because of this, I opted to make the photos as gloomy as I felt.

Another thing I noticed was the water level of the lake seemed awfully low. Some of you might remember a past post where I rode to this same lake, Conestogo Lake. The water level certainly wasn’t as high today as it was then that’s for sure. I suspect that it’s artificially adjusted by the dam near by, not sure if it’s to protect it from ice or what though.

Comments

  1. Chag says:

    Ooo, very nice — the bokeh really gave the images a gloomy look. Loving the tiny little droplets of water on her as well — they’re pretty much in-scale with the figure!

    I assume no harm was done from the rain?

    • Aka says:

      Thanks, I almost thought they could look like tears and then thought it would have been great to get them on her face then but had to rush unfortunately.

      I don’t think any harm was done, I haven’t closely examined her since I returned.

  2. Rajura says:

    Gloomy as the day was, Horo definitely brightened it up.

    If only she could have contrasted more sharply against the gloom…

  3. 龙龙Fred says:

    The backgound of the picture is so beautiful that Horo becomes more beautiful! Good photo skill and devices.