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The Weekly Caption 26/08/2019

All you have to do is add a caption - or two if you fancy.....

http://www.tipf.co.uk/forums/topic/30771-the-weekly-caption-26082019/

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Denis

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  1. The sunrises and sunsets I have witnessed in my working life all over the UK and most of Europe... and I never had a camera! Nowadays there is nowhere to stop and take a picture from the side of the road.... as there is probably a camera watching me!
  2. I love these strange constructions from an era when such things were not criticised as being a waste of money ! another quirk of the British Interested to know why the Royal Air Force Ensign is flying at this location though. We were gently chided for flying it over the airfield memorial at former RAF Hunsdon. We received this line from the RAF : The RAF Ensign may not be used as bunting or decoration, or draped over a coffin, except at civilian funerals. In the latter case, only the Union Flag may be used at a British military funeral.
  3. Denis

    FACE OFF Film Noir

    You excel at street photography and portraits, this I think, is one of your finest
  4. So sorry to hear the latest Dee No words come to mind for how you are, I will be in Oz next week and will at least ring you if thats OK. Fully understandable if a meet is not on the cards. Please look after yourself too. Denis.
  5. Ahh! Thick when it comes to these things
  6. Firstly Tim welcome to TIPF Not being a Canon user I shall let others comment on their products. On the Nikon side for compactness and ease of use, Nikons D3300 or better still, the D5300 are both very capable cameras. As Colin says, Lenses for the D3000 range are usable right across the board up into the D7000 series too, very affordable too. Look forward to seeing your final choice and the images
  7. Not being any of the wiser, but what are the benefits of a high ISO during daylight? I only ask as I thought high ISO led to noise, and noise is not what I would want especially with wildlife?
  8. I seem to prefer the SNS HDR image from all three. OK, it is an enhanced image too, but to my eyes it looks the most 'natural' for want of a better word, out of all three
  9. Wow, Scenery that is right up my street so to speak ! Not going to pick a fave, as each and every one is brilliant, Superb John... superb!
  10. Gobsmacked! Hardly been out with my new camera because of work and weather, this was a 'lift camera and shoot' job as I had surprised the small group of deer that were sheltering in the small thicket. They took off and this one stopped and looked at me to assess me as a danger. Much appreciated Nikon D7500+ NIKKOR 200-500mm f/5.6E ED VR f/4.5-5.6 VR DX
  11. As Gatehouses go , that is a pretty imposing building Gareth!
  12. I startled these when out for a walk this morning, lots of deer around here but rarely see them.
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