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  1. We where lucky enough to get away for a week after Christmas and me and my daughter had been watching the weather to see if we would get a clear night to try this shot. Unfortunately and unlike me I was ill prepared and had no torch so we ended up stumbling around the castle and loch in the pitch black. And believe me when there is no moon it is very dark in this part of Scotland. I was so dark I could not see my camera bag on the floor when I'd put it down. As you can imagine this made for much hilarity as we stumbled around and tried to change lenses and settings in the dark. Hope you like the image!
  2. "The Hurlers" stone circle, Minions, Bodmin Moor, Cornwall at sunset. Canon EOS60D. Canon 18-55 EF-S lens at 30mm. 1/60 @F8, ISO 200. Processed in Lightroom.
  3. The Quirang, Skye, Scotland.
  4. Bill

    Burrough wall.

    The earth wall of the Iron Age fort at Burrough on the Hill. A 7 shot panorama from yesterday. Web compression has crushed the detail somewhat. I will try to link it from somewhere that does not later on.
  5. These images were from a walk around Harthill Reservoir last week, just before sundown. It was a cool, clear evening, perfect for a breath of fresh air. The B&W of the path in the trees was by accident as I had previously set the camera for the shot of the music I used with the One a week in 2017 challenge. I then took the same shot with full colour and preferred the monochrome, it emphasises the lines of the branches I think.
  6. How beautiful after another dry day in central Victoria. I appreciate your suggestions about capturing this landscape.
  7. A hike up to Kinder Scout was well worth the view... Kinder Scout - Peak District, Derbyshire '16 Jacob's Ladder - Peak District, Derbyshire '16
  8. Taken while on a walk yesterday (15th/10), just outside of Kettlewell. Again, these two stand as part of a bigger project in documenting the lie of the land. If there is anything else I can say, I will say that those dry-stone walls know no bounds, albeit for a town or a city. Here in the uplands and highlands they can run for many a mile across an otherwise vast and forbidding landscape, no matter the contours involved. I personally think they are a remarkable feat of engineering and i'm amazed by them... Whernside Pasture - Yorkshire Dales, W. Yorkshire '16 West Scale Park - Yorkshire Dales, W. Yorkshire '16
  9. An early morning shot of Emley Mast, from my backyard. Emley Mast - Emley Moor, W. Yorkshire '16
  10. I found myself hiking and walking around High Peak this weekend just gone. I visited the ubiquitous Mam Tor just outside of Castleton. Although, 'The Devil's Arse' cavern had to wait...it wasn't open. Mam Tor - High Peak, Derbyshire '16 Winnats Pass - High Peak, Derbyshire '16 Castleton, Derbyshire '16
  11. I am fascinated by this quarry! It is now totally dis-used and only hikers, climbers...and sheep frequent the area. I have climbed up into it by way of one of it's mounds, on view here - lower third mound from left...Very very steep indeed. Brockholes Quarry - Derbyshire '16
  12. Took a hike up to Laddow Rocks this Saturday 17th, in Derbyshire and was amazed by how fascinating the Laddow Rocks are. Then a hike up to Soldier's Lump over on Black Hill towards Holme Moss...nearly got lost amongst the peat bogs looking for the footpath down the other side but couldn't find it so had to double back, the way we came up. Peat bogs are a nightmare... Laddow Rocks - Derbyshire '16 Bareholme Moss & Quarry - Derbyshire '16
  13. Went on holiday to Northumberland last week - it's an amazing part of the UK, and the scenery is to die for - anyway, I thought that I would post up a few of the shots that I took - (and only a few - I took over 700!!!!) First up - a shot from Linhope Spout: This is possibly the best photo I have - (to date) - taken... Linhope Spout - waterfall The harbour at Alnwick
  14. 1st July I arrived at St. Mary's to be greeted by the sight of wonderful light on the lighthouse and a dark rain squall behind. The light was gone before I could get the van parked and the camera out. Undeterred I got the camera set up on the tripod and stood and waited ...... and waited ....... and got cold and wet ....... and went back to the van for soup. However as I got into the van I noted there was blue sky on the horizon inland so, as I drank my soup I kept an eye out. 30 Minutes later, warmed up and dried out and I was back in business, camera back on the tripod and it was just as i saw it before, blazing sun on the light and the latest rain squall just behind it. This, together with one of the best rainbows I have seen, was the icing on the cake and a fitting point at which to end another photography trip.
  15. Hi all, I am a retired electrical engineer and strictly amateur photographer. I live a few miles north east of Oldham. For no particularly good reason, I tend to take mostly landscape photos, probably just an extension of taking snaps whilst away on holiday - though I am trying to widen the scope of things that I point a camera at. I tend to struggle taking photos of people and am especially hopeless at studio photography. I am a member of Oldham Camera Club and enjoy club competitions and making new friends with similar interests. I use a Pentax K30 APS-C camera, at the moment, but am likely to buy the new Pentax K-1 full frame once the initial price has come down a bit. The only real reason why I use Pentax rather than Nikon, Canon or whatever is because I have had and used a Ricoh KR10 K-mount film SLR (with manual everything) from about 1980 onwards and had already accumulated a few compatible lenses. Cheers Andrew
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