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    Re: Three young ladies from Hull

    A good fun picture well worth sharing and you made the girls happy too :thumbsup:

    Cheers,
    John
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    Cider for all its Worth...

    Another heritage pub I visited recently that is also famous for cider sales (they make their own) was the Square & Compass in Worth Matravers near Swanage, Dorset.
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    Re: Cider for Your Soul...

    Thanks folks :smile:

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: Cider for Your Soul...

    Thanks Colin :smile:

    Absolutely my sort of pub too and, as it happens, I was in your home county recently and visited Dorset's equivalent. Post and pics to follow :biggrin:

    Cheers,
    John
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    Cider for Your Soul...

    Is the slogan used by The Tucker's Grave Inn in Somerset, a pub in CAMRA's Good Beer & Cider Guide and also the directory of Heritage Pub Interiors. It does sell beer (locally brewed Butcombe Bitter)...
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    Re: Royal Daffodil

    A fine record of an important ship and mono was a good choice :thumbsup:

    There's a bit of halo which may come from sharpening during the processing - I was advised (on here) to leave the detail...
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    Re: Hollywood Lighting

    They have a nice period feel to them and not only by being mono :thumbsup:

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: Middle of winter here ...

    Very good :thumbsup:

    I've been meaning to give the technique a try for a while now as it looks the kind of fun thing my grandsons would enjoy so will do just as soon as it starts getting dark...
  9. Thread: Epicenter

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    Re: Epicenter

    I think when most people put their face into a flower they close their eyes and smell the scent. This is a good example of why eyes should be kept open to enjoy the beauty of the tiny world so...
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    Re: Rannoch

    Oh David, there's so much to like with these but their potential isn't being realised as they're crying out for a bit of processing. Sorry :(

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: Grasses on the Moors.

    A nice set David.

    I like the first one because it's minimalist with no background whatsoever. Almost Japanese in feel.

    The second one I also like for the same reason but I'm not sure if that's...
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    Re: Wild or Captive, does it matter?

    No risk of falling but being pushed? Now that's another matter :biggrin:
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    Re: Wild or Captive, does it matter?

    I'm here to improve my photography and would be the first to admit that, with the help given, it has. What I seek is constructive criticism so please tell me if my composition, aperture, shutter or...
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    Re: Perthshire after dark?

    I like that a lot Dave :thumbsup:

    True I'd be moving the processing sliders around but, I must confess, would probably end up just where you have :biggrin:

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: Water Fall

    I like it - nice and stripy :thumbsup:

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: Poppy Field

    Potentially a great image with good composition but I must question the processing as it does seem a tad over saturated and lacking detail especially in the mid section.

    Cheers,
    John
  17. Thread: Skomer

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    Re: Skomer

    Impressive and dramatic use of mono :thumbsup: Just a pity I can't click through to Flickr to see it fill my screen.

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: Chatsworth House

    A nice collection :thumbsup:, one day I will visit.

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: Tornado returning the Bristol

    Ah, you shouldn't have :biggrin:

    BTW I'm in cider country this weekend and will ensure much of Somerset's cider reserve is consumed - staying at Tucker's Grave :biggrin:

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: New addition to my kit

    I've got one too, bought after reading a review that stated how good the IS was. It's rock steady and can be hand held at far slower speeds than you could rightly expect. Enjoy!

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: Tornado returning the Bristol

    A good subject for mono and the valves being open adds a lot to it. :thumbsup:

    A bit tight on the left but at least you got the whole train in. One of my bugbears is a cropped end of train but I'm...
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    Re: Under Tyne Bridge

    Nice and brutal so my sort of mono. The cables don't trouble me. :thumbsup:

    Cheers,
    John
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    Re: The Water Stage

    Three very different but three very effective shots. Love them all :thumbsup:

    Cheers,
    John
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    Thanks Colin and Trev :smile:

    When film was so expensive I was never one to dash to the other side of a bridge to grab a going away shot but digital is free so why not or even try something else...
  25. Re: 34046 Braunton at Hollicombe - another viewpoint :-)

    Thanks Trev :smile:

    Not quite on the bridge but near as makes no difference. It was looking over the wire fence just before it which was once a classic viewpoint (especially when the gasworks was...
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