Double cave & arch at Campiecho, Spain

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    Very nice pic! The soft, swirling clouds made it seem like a dream day.
    Question, do you use a waterproof housing of some kind out in the water? One of those water bags perhaps to keep the camera safe?


     
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    Thank you very much indeed, I am glad you enjoyed it! :)

    About your question, no I don't - when I wade my way to the spot, I have all my gear in my camera bag as high as possible on my shoulders. When I arrive outside the cave, I leave the bag on the beach, put the camera on the tripod, wade in the cave and work. Water in the cave is just thigh high though :)

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    Gees, I'm scared just to walk through six inches of water for fear a foot will slip or get stuck in the muck and cause me to fall over and soak my camera. You're a braver man than I! Careful!
     
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    :) Thank you! Well, studded soles on my wader's boot and a lot of care in circumnavigating those rock outcrops (which you can use to lean on, too) make it easier than it sounds. Of course, it needs to be done really carefully, that goes without saying :)

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