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Warriorpoet's Gallery Comments

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Shoreham Power Station Cooling Outlet by ChesterT

Shoreham Power Station Cooling Outlet

I always avoid anything man made that isn't a lighthouse, ruined castle/abbey or a drystone wall yet this more modern structure works for me. I suspect it is that fabulous red/black almost industrial coloured sky that does it. The water is perfectly exposed too and the groyne makes a great lead in.


By: ChesterT

Shakespears Sister by tommyegan

Shakespears Sister

Excellent shot beatifully processed


By: tommyegan

Steam Banked Freight by dtomo68

Steam Banked Freight

Nice pov and love all that steam.


By: dtomo68

Cauldron Falls Autumn by Warriorpoet

Cauldron Falls Autumn

Thanks all
Colours are nearing perfect and if there is no undue rain between now and then all sorts of viewpoints will be accessible too Smile

By: Warriorpoet

Cauldron Falls by Warriorpoet

Cauldron Falls

It was nearly very expensive Lesley. I heard a scratching noise as I stood up and looked down at the "naked" end of my lens minus 400 worth of filter kit. After putting everything else in the car I took the plunge, literally, and eventually came up with the holder and filters, wet but intact. Almost an expensive lesson in which I learned that, unsurprisingly, the water in the Dales is not warm in October. Dave

By: Warriorpoet

On Golden Pond by mikesmith

On Golden Pond

Another few weeks and it will be full autumn. These colours are smashing mind you.

By: mikesmith

Dale's River by Warriorpoet

Dale's River

If you are young and fit (like Craig) you can shin down the wall from the car park. If you are old and fat (like me) you can paddle down under the bridge. I hasten to add I handed all the gear down to Craig so it was only my neck that was at risk.

By: Warriorpoet

Rainbow Over Burbage by andy_AHG

Rainbow Over Burbage

It's a cracking shot even without the bonus rainbow Andy. I particularly like the little splashes of purple from the heather and the mix of light and shade.

By: andy_AHG

Saltwick Bay reworked by Warriorpoet

Saltwick Bay reworked

Thanks all for your kind comments. Gary not sure about recognition I seem to get a fair amount of votes and kind comments. Also many of the landscape photographers on here are way out of my league, not least young Andy whose comments appear directly above mine. I just hope the p/f reflects some improvement over the years. I mostly post to keep a reasonably chronological record of my stuff. I'm still about 28 shots of sufficient quality short of the thirty target I've set myself before I can justify a website.

By: Warriorpoet

Dunstanburgh Castle by Pete

Dunstanburgh Castle

I very much like the foreground rocks. So much in fact I would have been half tempted to crop out the castle altogether. You also did well to keep yourself and the tripod balanced. Nowt like planting yourself big stopper first in the drink or on the rocks as I almost did at Saltwick Bay.

By: Pete

Roseberry Harvest II by gcfotographos

Roseberry Harvest II

Love the soft focus background

By: gcfotographos

Branksome Dean Chine Groyne by Sloman

Branksome Dean Chine Groyne

I love the composition and you have slowed the water down nicely too. I notice you are using cokin filters and I wonder if they have caused a purple cast to the shot. On my monitor the colours look slightly out. That aside its a nice, simple, well judged shot and I like the positioning of the gronye too.

By: Sloman

Early Light by mikesmith

Early Light

That is an absolute belter, I love the reflections.

By: mikesmith

Waterfall III by Warriorpoet

Waterfall III

Thanks Neil, Lee and Caroline and thanks Mickey for the mod. You have brought some detail to the shadow which was beyond my primitive processing skills.

By: Warriorpoet

Waterfall II by Warriorpoet

Waterfall II

Thanks Chris and Rob. Its in a village called West Burton in North Yorkshire.

By: Warriorpoet

Waterfall near West Burton by Warriorpoet

Waterfall near West Burton

Thank you all for your kind comments. Lee I can't wait to have another crack in a week or three as I think the autumn colours will look stunning.
Craig - At last somewhere to shoot on overcast days and never the same shot twice with the water levels. I've decided on a two stop ND purchase as this was nigh on 3 minutes as I could not stop down enough with just a polariser and had to go without the CPL and use the 10 stop.

By: Warriorpoet

Sunset at New Brighton by Warriorpoet

Sunset at New Brighton

Thanks all. I love the mod I had too much sand in the original which I kept only to keep the clouds on the right. The mod is better as are the colours. My effort with the colours looked oversaturated when I tried whereas paintman's doesn't.

By: Warriorpoet

Harley of Mirrors by Warriorpoet

Harley of Mirrors

Poetic licence Tongue To be honest if it ain't a Japanese sports bike I wouldn't have a clue.

By: Warriorpoet

New Brighton Lighthouse by Craig99999

New Brighton Lighthouse

Having seen the unfiltered and unprocessed originals I am most impressed with this. Think of the work you could have saved with a few stops of grad tho Tongue Smile

By: Craig99999

Humber Bridge by Craig99999

Humber Bridge

Really good shots this Craig


By: Craig99999

Kelburn Falls by Craig99999

Kelburn Falls

Hope you brought that back to Yorkshire with you after the debacle of our last waterfall search.


By: Craig99999

Rivlin by dandeman


Ah, so there is a decent photographer in the family after all Tongue

Best way to remove the date from the bottom left is to use your dad's camera next time Smile


By: dandeman

lighthouse by razorraymac


I see you did acquire the big stopper Smile it certainly has worked here.

By: razorraymac

Red Glow by irishman

Red Glow

The long exposure has worked a treat on that sky.


By: irishman

New Brighton Lighthouse by Craig99999

New Brighton Lighthouse

Cracking selection. Looking at all the lenses used it's no wonder my camera bag is so light Tongue


By: Craig99999

Lighthouse 1 by Craig99999

Lighthouse 1

I've been through my shots from the day and I've nowt to match this.


By: Craig99999

Under a Blood Red Sky ... by sut68

Under a Blood Red Sky ...

This is a beauty. I have clicked up therefore. I must confess under the old system I would just have voted without comment as everything has been said already and I have nothing to offer by way of constructive criticism due to the quality of the image. Mind you under this new system if I hadn't liked it I simply wouldn't have voted. I am not sure why we need a system of negative voting.

By: sut68

m'lady by backbeat


Nice candid shot. We were in that scrum too. I got a couple of shots on the 80-200 later in the day but most of the keepers were before 9 o'clock when it was fairly quiet.


By: backbeat

Chocks away by Craig99999

Chocks away

Cracking shot from a very pleasant days shooting.


By: Craig99999

Llandanwg Sunset II by colin63

Llandanwg Sunset II

I love the subtle colours against that strong dark foreground.


By: colin63