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A day at Whitby

By Mavis
I've been tidying drawers again and found this image of Whitby Yorkshire . Taken on my OM2 Wide angle 28 lens Kodak Film ISO 100 plus polariser, year 1990 .. I used to stay in Bridlington for two weeks with Wilf at his dear Sister Joyce's house. We went out for day trips most interesting where we found ourselves. This was a wonderful day & we walked & walked !!! Hope you like it.

Well I liked it so much I've used it as my wallpaper . Matt came in & said oh I do like that and proceeded to show me how to do large pics for printing !3rd printer I've had in 2 weeks, no wonder I'm confused. Think I'm getting to grips with it I said you'd better write it down. Then he said you've cut some of this one off. Didn't you put it into 5x7 mode Doh I said. Hate those frames you do he muttered, so here you are just the image as it came from the scan . You get just a bit more for your money . "Know what I mean 'Arry"

Tags: Landscape and travel Whitby Habour Film 35mm

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Comments


Daisymaye Plus
9 23 13 Canada
19 Nov 2012 1:50PM
Like how the orange is repeated in the house tops. Well composed image Mavis......Sandy

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fentiger 16 916 24 England
19 Nov 2012 2:13PM
A fine wide angle composition, the foreground sets it off nicely.

Albert
woolybill1 Plus
11 22 70 United Kingdom
19 Nov 2012 2:56PM
A classic composition from one of my favourite places. This view hasn't changed!
Regards
Bill
mrswoolybill Plus
11 1.2k 1809 United Kingdom
19 Nov 2012 3:02PM
Takes me back in various ways, this is so obviously a film image. The reality of a generation ago.
Moira
EMJAYCEE Plus
8 10 10 England
19 Nov 2012 4:08PM
What a lovely find for you Mavis and all the happy memories.
Joan.
Lovely colours and o that was the time when film was king, sad in some ways but now there's always the delete and it does not cost as much as then very nice to see this well taken image, nice one.

John
19 Nov 2012 5:33PM
A lovely composition and wonderful colour Mavis. Im sure it brings back memories
Jim xx
taggart Plus
13 47 13 United States
19 Nov 2012 5:38PM
I like this orange theme!
1881 5 India
19 Nov 2012 6:40PM
GREAT camera control.


SANJEEV
pamelajean Plus
11 1.0k 1965 United Kingdom
19 Nov 2012 9:17PM
I particularly like the fishing nets in the foreground. V1 for me, Mavis.
pluckyfilly 11 351 33 United Kingdom
20 Nov 2012 11:08AM
no wonder you like it so much Mavis and no doubt it holds good memories for you as well
Joline Plus
11 28 53 United States
20 Nov 2012 1:00PM
This is a fabulous image....I'm glad you found it and shared it with us.
TrevBatWCC Plus
9 12 11 England
20 Nov 2012 4:17PM
Two lovely captures of my favourite English resort, Mavis - very nicely composed, with the nets in the foreground Wink
Trev Smile
Dave87 Plus
10 42 5 England
25 Nov 2012 5:24PM
All people see things differently.

When Mike the happy snapper visited here with his camera he walked down to the waters edge and took a shot of the colourful buildings across the river and made a very good job of it.

Later in the story Mavis one of my favourite photographers on here - takes a few extra minutes to have a look around and makes good use of the colourful nets captured here to produce what is known as excellent foreground interest and also includes the colourful buildings across the river so walks off with the award for a good seeing eye in this case.

One not to walk past without taking a shot. Smashing.

Dave.
Mavis Plus
15 143 2 England
25 Nov 2012 6:40PM
Thankyou Dave that is a great complement xx
Glostopcat 11 255 2 England
26 Nov 2012 7:02PM
Oh buoy this is a fine composition and I love the array of colours and foreground detail. I think this one would make a great jigsaw

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