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  • Re: Autumn colours

    Ditto from me I like the last three as well, although my favourite is the sun flare through those red leaves.
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        Here's a few Westonbirt shots from me. It was an excellent day out and I'm most impressed how Ian organised the weather too It was amazing how we just seemed to manage to get some lovely light interludes just when needed between the rain and hail storms.









        Interesting way the hail doesn't seem to reach the ground in that last one? who's going to explain that strange phenomenon?
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          The sun Phill...….bottom half is in shadow...…...

          All really nice photos, love that leaf...

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            Ah and here's me thinking I'd discovered a new anti gravity phenomenon
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              BBC Breakfast weather is being broadcast from Westonbirt this morning! Well we got there first
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                Originally posted by Phill D View Post
                BBC Breakfast weather is being broadcast from Westonbirt this morning! Well we got there first
                Haha - you beat me to it

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                • Re: Autumn colours

                  Here are a few more leaves from Westonbirt.









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                    Nice rain drops Phill, all lovely photos.........

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                      Nice work Phill, I really like the first and last.
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                        Thanks guys I took loads of shots as I bet did everyone else. Will process a few people ones next. They might take a bit more effort though
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                          Some wonderful photos. Wish I could have been there.

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                            I was disappointed not to be able to take part in any of the group meets but time and distance and all that...

                            However, we did go out for an explore around Swaledale on Monday and found a few places of interest. I particularly like these 'Cow Houses' which are a feature of the area and were used from about the 17th century to house cattle during the harsh winters in this part of the country.

                            I have since realised that a well known north-east photographer took a very similar photograph a few years ago, but I still prefer mine. I also took some photographs on my RZ67 using Kodak Ektar 100 so I am keen to see how they come out.





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                              Originally posted by Naughty Nigel View Post
                              I was disappointed not to be able to take part in any of the group meets but time and distance and all that...

                              However, we did go out for an explore around Swaledale on Monday and found a few places of interest. I particularly like these 'Cow Houses' which are a feature of the area and were used from about the 17th century to house cattle during the harsh winters in this part of the country.

                              I have since realised that a well known north-east photographer took a very similar photograph a few years ago, but I still prefer mine. I also took some photographs on my RZ67 using Kodak Ektar 100 so I am keen to see how they come out.

                              OM-D E-M1 1/320 at f5.6 ISO 200
                              An impressive photo, beautifully captured, so clear and peaceful looking.
                              All the best

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                                Looks like a grand day out was had by all. I particularly like some of the close up leaf studies... something I always fail to spot myself!
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