Day 122: Moylgrove to Aberporth – Hail & Spectrum

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Ceredigion, Dyfed, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Hail shower over Cardigan bay, Pembrokeshire.

Hail shower over Cardigan bay, Pembrokeshire.

Cliff near Pen-y-Graig, Pembrokeshire.

Cliff near Pen-y-Graig, Pembrokeshire.

Fields above Ceibwr Bay, Pembrokeshire.

Fields above Ceibwr Bay, Pembrokeshire.

Cloudscape over Dinas Head, Pembrokeshire.

Cloudscape over Dinas Head, Pembrokeshire.

Hail over Dinas Head, Pembrokeshire.

Hail over Dinas Head, Pembrokeshire.

Cliffs approaching Pen yr Afr, Pembrokeshire.

Cliffs approaching Pen yr Afr, Pembrokeshire.

Gull & oncoming shower from Cemaes Head, Pembrokeshire.

Gull & oncoming shower from Cemaes Head, Pembrokeshire.

Dinas Head dissolved, Pembrokeshire.

Dinas Head dissolved, Pembrokeshire.

Spectrum, Cardigan bay, Pembrokeshire.

Spectrum, Cardigan bay, Pembrokeshire.

Rider on Poppit Sands, Pembrokeshire.

Rider on Poppit Sands, Pembrokeshire.

Cardigan old bridge across the Teifi, Ceredigion.

Cardigan old bridge across the Teifi, Ceredigion.

Pen yr Ergyd spit, River Teifi, Ceredigion.

Pen yr Ergyd spit, River Teifi, Ceredigion.

Church of the Holy Cross at dusk, a medieval sailor’s chapel of ease, Mwnt, Ceredigion.

Church of the Holy Cross at dusk, a medieval sailor’s chapel of ease, Mwnt, Ceredigion.

Canon 5dsr weather sealing getting a thorough testing for much of the day, Pen yr Afr, Pembrokeshire.

Canon 5dsr weather sealing getting a thorough testing for much of the day, Pen yr Afr, Pembrokeshire.

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14 thoughts on “Day 122: Moylgrove to Aberporth – Hail & Spectrum”

    • 6D is backup now. The much higher resolution for prints, in-viewfinder square cropping and better weather sealing sold it to me. Low light performance is worse, it’s heavier, doesn’t have GPS built in and uses batteries quicker though.

      • Was the reason for asking, Good luck and thanks for the response (looking for a upgrade, got the 6D)

      • Quintin Lake says:

        > cheers, 6D is such a good value camera! > >

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