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Haworth 1940s Weekend - Faces

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Haworth 1940s Weekend - Faces

18 May 2014 6:27PM   Views : 492 Unique : 372

I have a part time project running at the moment - Faces - and I'm gathering pictures of people, primarily of fantastic faces. The potential of expressions and emotions is almost without limit, so today's visit to Haworth provided a Happy Hunting Ground. The SatNav guided us down an exciting and convoluted route across rolling moorlands, past reservoirs and through tiny hamlets that looked straight out of the 1940s. The atmosphere was set and Haworth greeted us by making us 5 lighter for the parking. With a smile though, so that's OK!

Camera was the K-5, the same for Sue, with the 18-135mm WR zoom and also the 10-17mm Fisheye Zoom for some random shooting. As usual, let's look at some examples:

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