When Rain is Followed by Sun

April weather is always very unpredictible. One minute it is hailing and the next one the clouds are gone and the sun is shining. This is what was last Monday like here in Prague. When I came home from work, I was quite tired. Then I looked out of window and saw drops of water shining from ends of leaves and grass and I immediately knew it is time to grab my camera (which I keep fully charged with memory cards empty and therefore ready to go in no time) and go out. I suddenly felt full of energy as I enjoyed warm evening when the setting sun lit everything around me.

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(Shutter Speed: 1/400 seconds, Aperture: F/1.8, Focal Length: 50.0, ISO 200)

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(Shutter Speed: 1/640 seconds, Aperture: F/1.8, Focal Length: 50.0, ISO 200)

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(Shutter Speed: 1/640 seconds, Aperture: F/1.8, Focal Length: 50.0, ISO 200)

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“Golden Rain”
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This photo was taken on a different occasion, when I had my camera with me and I saw these beautiful japanese cherry trees (also called sakura).
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(Shutter Speed: 1/800 seconds, Aperture: F/1.8, Focal Length: 50.0, ISO 200)

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