365:104 Four Feather Falls

365:104 Four Feather FallsGerry Anderson was born this day in 1929. He featured large in my childhood and I was entranced in turn by Twizzle and Torchy and Four Feather Falls, long before the great hits of Thunderbirds and Stingray etc.

Four Feather Falls was an especial favourite and when I saw that today was the anniversary of Anderson’s birth, I went hunting in the garden for feathers. I found [i]one[/i], sadly not a magic one as far as I can tell. I did however deploy the magical ability of the 6D to take multiple exposures. My first attempt at using the feature and perhaps not quite right but I am dead proud of this nonetheless – especially as I rigged up 3 flash units too!

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