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MandsH 11 England
23 Oct 2009 8:00AM
Superb, gret in mono

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AlleyCatz 11 274 6 England
23 Oct 2009 8:04AM
Glad you did a mono for a change Nick Wink

Well worth a large view...and getting D&D for Smile
Excellent conversion.


23 Oct 2009 8:25AM
Excelent shot - great processing !


23 Oct 2009 8:34AM
Stunning mono work.
Richsr 10 91 223 England
23 Oct 2009 8:52AM
Like your POV and the mono conversion is excellent.
Regards Richard.
King0 12 10
23 Oct 2009 8:55AM
Superb shot
LesF 11 182 9
23 Oct 2009 9:22AM
Good mono Nick would not expect anything else and as Richard says a good POV

Wooly 12 112 4 England
23 Oct 2009 9:57AM
Excellent shot Nick, great angle and PP.

andy_AHG 9 106 6 United Kingdom
23 Oct 2009 10:36AM
Another beauty Nick. The low angle and lens distortion creates a really powerful image.

I was a bit disappointed by Spurn when I went there earlier in the year. Some bits were lovely but other bits looked like a knackered council estate! I think the main cause of my disgruntlement was that after driving for two hours, I couldn't get a cup of tea!

johnnyboy114 9 231 106 United Kingdom
23 Oct 2009 12:52PM
This works brilliantly! Love it!
mrswoolybill Plus
11 1.2k 1887 United Kingdom
23 Oct 2009 1:01PM
The march of the juggernauts. Love this, it makes a monster out of something so ordinary.
dathersmith 10 559 12 England
23 Oct 2009 1:55PM
The viewpoint works well Nick, great mono conversion too.

Nick_w Plus
10 4.3k 99 England
23 Oct 2009 6:17PM
Thanks everyone and a big thankyou Pete Smile
TrevBatWCC Plus
9 12 12 England
23 Oct 2009 7:19PM
When I saw this I knew it had to be yours, Nick - the quality's excellent...especially large. You must give some lessons on how to do these! Amazing.
TrevB Smile
chase 12 1.1k 246 England
23 Oct 2009 7:31PM
Good low angle here Nick & the mono treatment works well with the subject.
Well HC too Smile
AlleyCatz 11 274 6 England
23 Oct 2009 7:52PM
Congrats on your HC Nick...

Hope all is good with you and yours Smile

Nick_w Plus
10 4.3k 99 England
23 Oct 2009 8:22PM
Thanks Janet & Alley,and yes Alley we are all well tho its a bit like ships in the night at the moment.

Trevor thanks for the compliments but I've still a lot to learn about monos.
martin.w 15 506 22 United Kingdom
23 Oct 2009 10:39PM
For a change....LOL! Good work Nick, congrats Smile
pennyspike 14 2.1k 29 United Kingdom
24 Oct 2009 12:20AM
Good choice of viewpoint , get them while you can as it gets more difficult to scrabble around on the ground as you get older.
From one who knowsWink....
Actually getting down is Ok but getting up again is a killerWink
Buffalo_Tom 11 2.3k 9 Wales
24 Oct 2009 4:34PM
Excellent pov and details Nick.
horley 10 United Kingdom
24 Oct 2009 5:57PM
what a brilliant shot. great angle great picture.terry
Haley 9 United States
25 Oct 2009 11:20PM
this is gorgeous Smile
great job Smile
Nigel_95 Plus
12 262 2 United Kingdom
27 Oct 2009 8:48PM
Great viewpoint. Congratulations on the HC.

Sezz 13 617 15 England
30 Oct 2009 10:27PM
Looks cool Nick - excellent conversion, congrat's for your HC!

Sarah *
HowardA 11 231
8 Nov 2009 9:58PM
Monster mono Nick - love it! Is it a single RAW? Great conversion once again and congrats on another HC.
Nick_w Plus
10 4.3k 99 England
9 Nov 2009 12:04AM
No Howard its a HDR, I think 5 Images 1 stop apart (I would need to check) The main problem here was the sky blues (yes I Know its B&W) were too similar and gave banding, so I used Gaussian blur to minimize it tho theres room for improvement.
RonnieAG Plus
8 154 118 Scotland
19 Nov 2009 8:34PM
Very dramatic image from the low viewpoint. Like it very much.
helenlinda Plus
10 360 22 United Kingdom
14 Dec 2009 12:05PM
Never has an old tractor been photographed so often. Iconic almost - great angle . You seem to be about 3 feet below ground for this angle !!! Great shot

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