Raining In Las Vegas (Honduras) | Mining Industrial Photographer James Hodgins

The last evening at the El Mochito Mine in Las Vegas Honduras found me outside the mill complex waiting for the rain to stop so I can attempt to create an image.  Every time the rain slowed down I trudged my way across the complex to setup my camera and each time the rain would start up again just as I was about to press my shutter button.  Mother Nature and I did this dance a couple of times before she  let me know that she was planning on dancing all night lol.  So what do you do? Well, you get the shot anyways.  While I was taking cover under one of the other buildings across the way I noticed the rain funneling down off the metal roof catching the light and haze as it fell.  

Watch the video below for the rain conditions

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