On Sunday 22 May 2011, Torro and the MetOffice issued warnings for extreme weather across the north and west of Scotland. I came back from a weekend away on the Monday evening to find the estate wrecked, the main road blocked in at least 5 places and many trees fallen, either outright across the road or in the woods. This is my favoured willow tree, occasionally known as the "cephalopod", showing how one mighty branch has snapped and fallen.
Camera Exif Information
Date/Time: 2011-05-24T08:36:14
Date/Time: 2011-05-24T08:40:23
Date/Time: 2011-05-24T08:43:11
Original Date-Time: 2011-05-24T08:36:14
Original Date-Time: 2011-05-24T08:40:23
Original Date-Time: 2011-05-24T08:43:11
Exposure Programme: Auto
Exposure Time: 1/30 s
Exposure Time: 1/50 s
Aperture F/number: F8
Aperture F/number: F5
Aperture F/number: F9
Focal Length: 28.0 mm
Focal Length: 27.0 mm
Camera Make: Canon
Metering Mode: Multi-segment
Camera Model: Canon EOS 500D
Date/Time Digitized: 2011-05-24T08:36:14
Date/Time Digitized: 2011-05-24T08:40:23
Date/Time Digitized: 2011-05-24T08:43:11
Flash: No, compulsory
Exposure Mode: Auto
Shutter speed value: 1/32 s
Shutter speed value: 1/49 s
Shutter speed value: 0.03333333333
Shutter speed value: 0.02
Aperture Value: F8
Aperture Value: F5
Aperture Value: F9.1
Aperture Value: 8
Aperture Value: 9
Aperture Value: 5
ISO sensitivity: 200
Places Scotland black-and-white argyll inverawe Arty Genre
Near: Taynuilt