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MeanGreeny

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  • Staithes sunrise

    I've got to click this. I spent many a happy holiday as a toddler when my parents rented the house with the yellow door for a week every year in the mid 60's.

    Lucky it's a good photo too :o)
    • 10 Dec 2006 10:57PM
  • Lilies

    Thanks Andy - I was beginning to think I'd gone deaf Smile
    • 3 Mar 2008 1:03AM
  • The Avenue

    Nice shot. The final touch would have been a figure at the end of the tunnel. Ah well, you can't have everything !!
    • 18 Oct 2006 3:57PM
  • The Big Wet One

    SNAP!

    Amazing how 2 photos can be so different taken from within inches of each other
    • 1 Oct 2006 8:15PM
  • Canal Foot 02

    Thank you Barb, Jeanie & Steve.

    Makes a change over here on the West Coast being able to capture such light in the morning rather than evening
    • 1 Oct 2006 10:20AM
  • Abandoned Buggy

    Amazing.......... Blackpool has a University ?
    • 30 Sep 2006 9:38PM
  • French Fireworks 01

    My thanks to Jeanie, Skye, Rachel, Malcolm, Chant, Charlene, Pam, **** for the kind coments.

    The French display was easily the best yet. I'm just hoping that the organisers have a shrewd idea of the quality of the entries and the best ones have yet to come.

    Simon
    • 19 Sep 2006 7:36AM
  • Spinning Wheel

    Jeanie, Tommy, John, Ty & Robyn

    Thanks for commenting. As mentioned elsewhere, the more we looked round prior to the fireworks, the more there was to take pictures of!

    Ty - It looks especially big when you're down on the sand looking up at the pier :o)
    • 15 Sep 2006 9:21AM
  • closer

    I like the lines being on a diagonal - more energy than the usual macro perspective.

    Good shadow on the right.

    I like it
    • 4 Jul 2006 5:33PM
  • A Secret Place

    Nice capture Norma. Difficult to do in deep narrow gorges
    • 17 Jun 2006 2:07PM
  • Whitby Abbey

    As nice a picture of the Abbey as I've seen
    • 24 May 2006 11:35PM
  • Last Light

    Great work ketch - almost as good as the original Smile
    • 19 Feb 2008 8:24PM
  • Central Pier

    I like this one better Wink

    Snap!
    • 8 Feb 2008 10:43PM
  • My First Attempt

    Thanks All.

    Focus stacking is a digital image processing technique which combines multiple images taken at different focus distances to give a resulting single image with a much greater depth of field (DOF) than any of the individual source images.
    • 23 Jan 2008 9:27PM
  • Plockton

    Thanks everyone. It's a nice spot isn't it ?
    • 7 Jan 2008 12:36AM
  • Almost Looks Attractive

    If the cap fits......
    • 23 Dec 2007 9:37PM
  • Horror Under The Mistletoe

    That's just horrible ........... twice
    • 23 Dec 2007 9:04PM
  • Time to say:

    My pleasure, you're welcome. Smile
    • 13 Nov 2007 8:05AM
  • The Manger in B&W

    Thanks everyone. I think it's the B&W version that draws at me the most
    • 8 Nov 2007 8:06AM
  • The Manger

    Thanks everyone. I saw the Charlie Waite shot after my first visit when I thought it looked kinda familiar.

    I decided I had to do something different from him and it took me between 8 and 10 visits to get it nailed. I guess persistance pays off after all Smile

    The Manger - 3rd Pic down
    • 3 Nov 2007 10:55PM
  • Skye Croft 01

    I confess this is a slightly desaturated version - the first draft was too punchy to post as believable............ maybe I'll put it up Smile
    • 30 Oct 2007 2:48PM
  • LADY OF THE LAKE


    Quote:No HDR or Tone Mapping just good old fashioned photography


    So it's not digital then ?

    Great shot considering it must be a daguerreotype or thereabouts

    Smile
    • 27 Oct 2007 12:44PM
  • Lights Out

    Great concept and execution...... still trying to decide if it's a screw or bayonet fitting.
    • 22 Oct 2007 9:41PM
  • Blue Square

    No 6 for me too.

    Does that mean we should take 5 clicks off ?
    • 21 Oct 2007 8:42AM
  • Glen Sligachan Sunset 02


    Quote:QuoteTonguelease let me know what you think.OK. Here goes....

    You're saying that with tongue in cheek, aren't you? The original was fine as it was. This just looks like you've turned all the sliders up to 11.

    Besides, I wasn't aware that there were any active volcanoes in Scotland....



    Are you saying you think it's a bit bright ?

    *snigger*
    • 18 Sep 2007 7:11PM
  • Crosby Stills 03

    I was following one of the first principles of photography ......... it's not what you include, but sometimes what you leave out
    • 16 Sep 2007 5:36PM
  • La Pied du Mar

    Brings back happy memories from 25 years ago. Excellent pic too
    • 11 Sep 2007 9:08AM
  • Wastwater Screes

    Thanks everyone.

    I had this printed up to 20x16 and it looks very well on the wall. Smile
    • 10 Sep 2007 10:29PM
  • Fairy Glen 01

    Thanks everyone. It's an unexpectedly pretty spot right next to a main road and housing. You usually expect to have to hike to places like this.

    Stephen, Coincidentally I've just done what you said to another image taken here, but the composition is nowhere near as strong. Might put it up though just to see what you think.

    Simon
    • 9 Sep 2007 3:21PM
  • Dead Fish

    Modified version uploaded [sorry, bored at work]
    • 3 Sep 2007 2:31PM