Last night we had a serious autumn storm crossing Schleswig-Holstein. “Franziska” was strong and fast, but luckily didn’t leave a big mess, except for some fallen trees. Right now it’s already gone and the wind returned back to normal speeds (and the sky to it’s normal dull autumn grey of the last weeks).
The photo shows “Franziska’s” first clouds hunting across the sky south of the Schlei.
The biggest challenge here was to keep the front of the lens free of water drops, coming from two sides – from the waves breaking on the rocks and from the rain, which was getting stronger and stronger while we were on the little beach at Luisenbad in Schleswig’s Königswiesen park.
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