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24 Aug 2013 12:31AM
Gh3? classic shot...which lens?

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mlseawell 6 1 United States
24 Aug 2013 6:09AM
Throwback! This looks like something from the day. Love how the mist shrouds the castle.

Mark
24 Aug 2013 7:21AM

Quote:Gh3? classic shot...which lens?


Lumix 14-140/f4-5.8 ( not the latest one )
Nigeve1 Plus
3 1.4k 101 United Kingdom
24 Aug 2013 7:31AM
Excellent image, Alan. Very atmospheric and a timeless quality, the grainy presentation suits it perfectly.
Nigel
24 Aug 2013 7:51AM
A thoroughly enjoyable series of superb images, Alan - much to look at, take in and, hopefully, learn from!
Thanks for sharing them!

Richard
24 Aug 2013 7:58AM
Thanks, Richard, it's very generous of you to say that, and I'm very pleased that you enjoyed them. Smile

Alan
24 Aug 2013 8:02AM
Beautiful. Again.
Erica
woolybill1 Plus
9 19 66 United Kingdom
24 Aug 2013 8:05AM
Sometimes Bamburgh Castle looks best shrouded in mist Blush
Rarely photographed in close-up, this would be hard for most people to identify at a glance without the title as a guide. All the better: a photographer's shot for the discerning and historically aware. Love the figure, which is all that suggests 'not the nineteenth century'. Much appreciated.
Regards
Bill
mrswoolybill Plus
9 902 1445 United Kingdom
24 Aug 2013 8:10AM
Oh dear, all those people in their expensive apartments won't have a view today.
My idea of a real beach. Takes me there.
You know Polanski filmed the opening scenes of Macbeth on the sand here, the battle and first appearance of the weird sisters?
Moira
24 Aug 2013 8:10AM
You hit a few nails on their heads there, Bill. Very much appreciated.Smile

Alan
24 Aug 2013 8:15AM

Quote:Oh dear, all those people in their expensive apartments won't have a view today......


.....You know Polanski filmed the opening scenes of Macbeth here, the battle and first appearance of the weird sisters?
Moira




Now now, Moira, don't you be so Roundheaded and reverse-elitist, behave yourself GrinGrin

.....and no, I didn't know that. I always thought they shot part of "The Vikings" there... "Hail Ragnar!!.....Hail Einar!!!!!...but maybe not.
Got your broadband sorted?
mrswoolybill Plus
9 902 1445 United Kingdom
24 Aug 2013 8:40AM
See here:






And watch out for the reflections in wet sand as they walk away!
Broadband behaving better today than yesterday...
Moira
Sympathetically colour toned.. Very atmospheric & like the inclusion of the " historic" figure in the f/g.
Nikonuser1 Plus
3 20 10 United Kingdom
24 Aug 2013 11:26AM
A super image Alan, like the toneing, very oldy worldySmile


Cliff
24 Aug 2013 12:27PM
Beautifully bleak. You really should have an exhibition.
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marktc Plus
5 85 14 United Kingdom
24 Aug 2013 3:37PM
Another misty and moody image, bleak and unwelcoming. Expertly captured and processed, the tones adding to the oppressive feeling of the image... Nice one Alan.
24 Aug 2013 4:14PM
Great image
Potra 3 Venezuela
24 Aug 2013 5:03PM
Splendid image Alan, the flag on the top of the frame is fantastic.
Awesome processing. I appreciate so much looking at Polanski's film now that I am tempted to see them all again (thanks to youtube).
M
widtink 3 406 2 Scotland
24 Aug 2013 5:29PM

Quote:Another misty and moody image, bleak and unwelcoming. Expertly captured and processed, the tones adding to the oppressive feeling of the image... Nice one Alan.

Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm nice moody shot Alan Smile

Rod

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