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11thearlofmar's Activity

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Eye Of The Storm

Eye Of The Storm by MarkVMueller

Looks like the view from our back garden in stormy Yorkshire. Well the sky anyway, there's a distinct lack of wildebeest, just next door's cat.
Pure drama - love it



Bonnet by photodoktor

Great Candid, good spot. This colourful individual must have stood out amongst the black clad goth attire.


Within The Transporter Bridge.

Within The Transporter Bridge. by steve_r

I thought this was dismantled in Auf Weidersehen Pet 3 and shipped to America!! Or was that not a documentary.
Yup - large is a must


Huntcliff Sunrise

Huntcliff Sunrise by mrfields

Like this. It might make a worthwhile panorama too, cropped in half or maybe just leaving the too rocks on the right.


Loch Earn

Loch Earn by PaulHolloway

When is a jetty not a jetty? No planks. It still leads the eye though. A nice subtle backgound.


Still among the dead

Still among the dead by mrswoolybill

V1 for me too. Definately a mono candidate. Super use of 'depth of field'.


Winter Scene

Winter Scene by daweska

Less is definately more here. Like it


Fairy  Glen

Fairy Glen by proberts

Works for me. You have used HDR well - I must have a try at this sometime.


Blue skies at last

Blue skies at last by Nettles

My kind of shot. I await news of the action level.


Heading into the Light

Heading into the Light by MrsS

Sharp as a pin and nicely exposed despite the backlighting

Like it


Being Frank ...

Being Frank ... by sut68

Sounds like quite a character, and nicely frozen the moment.


Hole in the Sky

Hole in the Sky by ade_mcfade

I like the pov and a tricky exposure.


Ribble Light

Ribble Light by jeanie

B&W works beatifully here. Nicely done.



Elgol by PaulHolloway

Definately worth the risk of a soaking. I agree with Jeanie, super drama



Bleascape by MalcolmS

A cracker this one - great composition


Bun in the Sun

Bun in the Sun by MalcolmS

I've been a few times for dawn, but the clouds seem to follow me around. Fantastic light and perfectly captured.

Love it


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Added Date: 18/04/2007 - 10:04 AM

Amazing portfolio - hope I can get some half as good as these eventually.



Added Date: 13/04/2007 - 3:37 PM

A quality portfolio Sean. You obviously put in some early mornings and well worth it. And more RC's than you can chuck a stick at.