Yesterday was a triumph of stupidity for me. We came back via the local high point "La Roche de Vic", no that high at 600m but still higher than anywhere within 40 km or so. Anyway on the way back down to lunch, we got the most spectacular view of the Plomb du Cantal, and its foothills entirely snow covered. Not only that, but the air was crystal clear, so it felt as if it was only a hop and a skip away (actually some 100km). We agreed we'd come out after lunch to photograph it, because it was an extraordinarily clear view. I thought to myself that if we left it a little later, we could get the golden hints of the sinking sun on it, so we finally left at about 3.45. By the time we got up there, it was clear that I'd made a misjudgement, because there was a little haze, so they weren't anything like as spectatular, though lovely all the same. So I set up the camera and tripod and started shooting. Very odd message "this image will be saved to internal memory" Yup, I'd forgotten to put the memory card in. Jacquie said that the weather forecast was for another crisp day today, so we left the tripod extended, popped it into the car and came back down home again. When I looked for the one photo I had managed to take, I found that it couldn't be saved because it was too big for the capacity.Ratatouille wrote:entoux is completely covered and there is snow on the grand Luberon and the Plateau.
It doesn't, does it? All that happens is that you lie awake an age and STILL wake up at the same time.suffolk wrote:I'm trying to reset it but going to bed early last night didn't help
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