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Trevhas's Gallery Comments

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Two to the power of one by mrswoolybill

Two to the power of one

Excellent composition and conversion on this one Mrs.

By: mrswoolybill

Pot of Gold by jasonrwl

Pot of Gold

Excellent capture of light and colour Jason, wish I was there !. Lovely vista.

By: jasonrwl

Curbar Millstone by Trevhas

Curbar Millstone

It was the only one up there Mick Wink............there maybe others but it was too early in the morning to have a proper look.Wink

By: Trevhas

Early Light by Trevhas

Early Light

Thanks everyone. It is a great place Ryan, I can't work out if it's the soft light or the easy access to the car park that makes it so popular Wink.............it's probably the only place where you can include your car in the landscape image and get away with it Wink.

By: Trevhas

Standing Proud by BIGRY1

Standing Proud

Love the colour and almost central position of the Groynes on this one Ryan, works a treat.


20 A Day by fazzer

20 A Day

Excellent capture and well spotted, you must have had one yourself to see this shot Jeremy Wink

By: fazzer

Last Light by kojak

Last Light

Excellent composition and colour Mick.

By: kojak

Stone Cold by Trevhas

Stone Cold

Thanks Isabel.
It always makes me wonder with amazement as i look along miles of flat topped ridges at piles of boulders randomly deposited, probably by retreating glaciers during the last ice age..................i think,.......Thanks for wondering Grin

By: Trevhas

Surprise View by fazzer

Surprise View

Excellent lead in with the rock in the foreground Jeremy, there is also a square crop to be had by cropping above this rock and enlarge a little.

By: fazzer

Above The Dam by BIGRY1

Above The Dam

Have a fantastic holiday Ryan.


Man in the Mist by Trevhas

Man in the Mist

Thanks Guys for your comments. I've just uploaded a variant.......hope thats clearer Peter.

By: Trevhas

Derwent sunrise by Gavin_Duxbury

Derwent sunrise

Excellent shapes in this composition Gavin with lovely early morning light, colour and reflections framed by the dark green foliage

By: Gavin_Duxbury

Morning Canvas by Trevhas

Morning Canvas

Thanks again guys for your comments and Don, thats exactly what i thought when i saw it on the back of the camera so at home i googled Constable cattle but i couldn't see this style of light, colour and blended grasses, .......... but i have seen this style somewhere.

By: Trevhas

Purple Rain by ArtyArt

Purple Rain

Excellent atmospheric moorland scene Ian, love the lead in up to the distant figure, its not me is it ! Wink

By: ArtyArt

Thistles...V1 or V2 by kojak

Thistles...V1 or V2

Excellent pics. I prefer Vi Mick, i like the composition the way the thistles lead you into the sun, the subdued warm evening colour of Vi, the difficulty of shooting into the sun without too much flare which can be distracting on V1. V2 is a cooler image but retains more detail but its errrrrr.... V1 for me.

By: kojak

The Pebble by martin.w

The Pebble

Excellent capture Martin. Mono with great texture,helps to emphasise the expanse and bleakness of the moor, i like this a lot SmileSmileSmileSmile

By: martin.w

Talacre Lighthouse by DaveShandley

Talacre Lighthouse

An excellent well balanced composition Dave with fantastic cloud, caught in the nick of time.

By: DaveShandley

The Observer by Trevhas

The Observer

Thanks guys for your comments. Sorry oll1e I had to take the Marsh Harrier pics down cos there were too blurred for my liking but it was the first time I had seen one,........ but it was along way off.

By: Trevhas

Bittern by kojak


Fantastic shot Mick, great capture and quick reactions i would love to have been there as I've never seen a bittern before, i always thought they were restricted to the Fens........................Must be better weather in Doni.

By: kojak

Coastal Walk by BIGRY1

Coastal Walk

Two excellent images here Ryan. Looks like you've sorted the problem, both have great colour with neutral greens. one of my recent problems was forgetting to save as sRGBBlush


The Purple Carpet by MrBlueSky

The Purple Carpet

Excellent shot and good choice of angle too, i used the very same rock including the puddle, i haven't processed them yet, will try and upload tomorrow.

By: MrBlueSky

Open Moor by Trevhas

Open Moor

Yeah the Heather might be on the turn Martin but its provided a spectacular display of colour, the best i've seen. Smile

You're right about the "gods of light" Alun, we meet every Wednesday night after Coronation Street, Wink

By: Trevhas

More Owler Tor by MrBlueSky

More Owler Tor

It's just as good as your other one.

By: MrBlueSky

Balanced.... by martin.w


I agree with the above, nice light on this one Martin.

By: martin.w

Carhead Rocks by Mactogo

Carhead Rocks

There are some good examples of numbered grouse water basins on Stanage edge too.

By: Mactogo

Splitting the Tors by martinl

Splitting the Tors

Excellent light and cloud Martin, they must be the only stones I haven't photographed on that moor !.

By: martinl

Over Owler Tor by MrBlueSky

Over Owler Tor

Excellent capture Rob, agree with the above, suits the square format too.

By: MrBlueSky

Bunch of Heather by Trevhas

Bunch of Heather

Thanks guys for your valued choices, things are getting a bit purple hazy with all this heather, i prefer V2 only because of its central position of the rock.

By: Trevhas

Dark skies over the Pool by derekhansen

Dark skies over the Pool

Excellent work and capture with the light in all the right places, top notch.

By: derekhansen

Curbar Squared by martin.w

Curbar Squared

Excellent capture with great light and with full cloud tooSmile. The square format works for me Martin with the triangle of the three large lit stones leading to the distant ridge and beyond.

By: martin.w