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Rydal Cave

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Classic example of the best camera is the one that's with you. I really needed a better camera for this shot but at least my phone camera app will let me over and under expose so I was able to push the EV so I could see inside the cave a little while deliberately blowing out the entrance1.

  1. Rydal Cave is a man made quarry which in its heyday of the 19th century produced high quality roofing slates and is included on our walks Loughrigg Tarn, Loughrigg Fell from White Moss, Loughrigg Fell from Rydal, and Loughrigg Fell from Ambleside.

Tags: Beth, Jack, Jessie, photos, walks Written 22/06/14
File Name:FLV_2014-06-07_18-51-39.jpg
File Size:1742KB
Make:Motorola
Model:XT1033
Exposure Time:1/16s
F Number:f/2.4
ISO:500
Focal Length:4mm
Date/Time Taken:2014-06-07 18:51:39
Location:2° 59' 45.59" W,   54° 26' 34.79" N

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