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    Nice set.

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    Lovely set Derek....you have inspired me to go there.....its not so far away and I cant understand why we've not been before!


    (...I don't know if you've tried this or even interested but on grey sky shots I sometimes put a gradient filter from the top and then adjust the colour balance to make it go a bit bluer)
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    Thank you Brian. Yes, I have in the past used this method on grey skies, but on this occasion decided to leave it as shot. It is worth a visit, tend to go on days when the house is closed, for less populated outside images.

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    Lovely set Derek....you have inspired me to go there.....its not so far away and I cant understand why we've not been before!


    (...I don't know if you've tried this or even interested but on grey sky shots I sometimes put a gradient filter from the top and then adjust the colour balance to make it go a bit bluer)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill53 View Post
    Nice set.

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    Thank you Bill
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    Lovely set Derek, and a lovely place to visit although it was some years ago that I was last there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trev B View Post
    Lovely set Derek, and a lovely place to visit although it was some years ago that I was last there.
    Thank you Trev.
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    Nice set. Must go sometime.

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