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A wierd palette thing painted turquoise, stuck on stilts and planted in the edge of the water at Fairburn for fishermen to use, under a pylon?
Are the developers trying to get rid of anglers?
this is t'other side of the road to the last shot of the ings - a bit brighter, this was facing south - a little colour in the sky in that direction
Part 2 of this is a shot I really like, think it powerful but isnt' really EPZ friendly, but take a look at Yorkshire's 3 Graces
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Excellent comp and colours, great work
that turquise is a great lead into the image, this just improves big time in the large version
I spent a while cropping to get those lead lines looking just right - glad you noticed them
awesome work, Ade!
Inspiring Ade. Now get on with that Book!
number two has an abstract and surreal feel. Like both.
No. 2 deserves a place of its own on here - it's fantastic!
Looks like world war three, the second shot!
Two excellent shots and both striking in their own ways.
Excellent colours and comp in 1.
Glad to be r/c Ade. Fishing with a carbon rod could be troublesome. Ron.
Both excellent Ade, super.
Both wonderful images. Both very different but both beautifully composed and good choices on colour and mono
#2 is quite impressive. We have one refinery where on the coldest day of the year it will get like this, but 3 is much more dramatic. #1 has some great colour going for it and I rarely see clouds or skies like this where I live.
Cheers Patrick, but there's only 2 images there...
Quote: Part 2 of this is a shot I really like, think it powerful but isnt' really EPZ friendly
...so you decided to hide it behind a shot with nice colours that would be more 'popular?'
No. 2 is leauges ahead of no.1 as a photograph. The click's for no.2...
Been here a while, know the score on the site bud - but you're right, I prefer number 2 by a long way
I'll upload it now then - in glorious PANO
Lets see if the masses like it!
Been here a while too - longer than you, in fact
Don't be fooled by the 'new member' tag...
Sorry if it sounded a bit harsh, just the choice of no. 1 & no. 2 seemed a bit cynical to me.
not at all "mystery Steve"
I agree, but to get the audience, you've got to play to it some times!
Going to post the better shot now
could it be that ADE and PICSMITH are one and the same, the light and darkside of the same person.
I'm not piscmith
but am I NEWMANP, that's the question?
not last time i looked,
Looks like you played the audience well - enough to get an EC.
Cheers Pete - you're as unpredictable as ever, which is why I like EC's so much
Had this pinned for an EC from the moment I clicked it. Had it shortlisted for my award and having reviewed the others in there have to say this is best.
Stands out a mile from the thumba dn doesn't let you down when opened large.
Cheers Dan - I think the turquoise plays a huge factor, and with there being very little ambient light there, the colours were really strong.
I think 8/10 togs would have gone home long before I took this a there was no "perfect light" that people crave
Totally correct .. the turquoise does make it work for me .. that and its subtle message ... the simple comp just finishes it off.
The colours and the composition make it.
2nd one isn't epz friendly? feck it.. get it posted on its own as a panoramic...love it.
Love the black and white but can happily walk by the colour one.
(post the B&W on it's own)
I did Keith - it's the next one
Ah... I meant the three 'graces!' Three of them are much more dramatic then one.
Everything is perfect in this, really top image.
How come you see a brilliant shot out of something so blooming ordinary a pylon and a pallette
Like the shadow/reflection of the palette and as for v2 it is just amazing.
Leads the eye perfectly....superb image
I've not seen this one before now, I think its brill! well worth the awards.
well done Ade.
its a great shot, nicely composed, wonderful crisp details and colour, dont think I'd fancy fishing from there, looks a little unsteady.
Love the subtle hues in the sky against the harshness of an industrial site.
great image with fantastic detail
the quality of this great, A 5d is on my next chrissy list.
I actually prefere the #2 shot, very dramatic.
Really do like your original style.
Wow the colours in this image are beautiful and the composition is fab!
superb capture, nicely done, and thankyou for the kind comment on my photo, also it would be funny to see your version of the photo, look forward to it
Love the atmosphere of this, great stuff.
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