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PostSubject: Re: Some more shots of Yorkshire...   Some more shots of Yorkshire... Icon_minitimeSun Jul 01, 2007 7:30 pm

Nice series Jono.
#1 is awesome thanks to the figure putting the viaduct into perspective - great clarity.

#2 is TRUE Yorkshire country

#3 has some really good reflections.

Were you panning on #4 - its got real movement.

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Jono, these are lovely. I am really getting the bug to go out shooting now. Thanks for the inspiration!
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PostSubject: Re: Some more shots of Yorkshire...   Some more shots of Yorkshire... Icon_minitimeSun Jul 01, 2007 8:56 pm

Tracy, keep shooting shooting shooting, its the only way!!!

John, not sure if you would call it panning or panic..

I had been trying to cath a picture of a swallow or swift (not sure which) when I spotted this duck so a very quick pan and shoot, just about got him. As for the swifts well...............

I do like #2 too

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Nice selection of pics Jono.

They make me want to visit Yorkshire myself. Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Some more shots of Yorkshire...   Some more shots of Yorkshire... Icon_minitimeMon Jul 02, 2007 12:16 am

It was very nice. Even better it was free as my sister has emigrated there and needed her house looking after while she was on hols. we hope to go back again.

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PostSubject: Re: Some more shots of Yorkshire...   Some more shots of Yorkshire... Icon_minitimeMon Jul 02, 2007 12:58 am

Jono the duck is awesome! I have trouble with motion shots as the autofocus on my camera seems to take forever! 'Bout the time the camera is ready to take a shot it's gone.
I can set up for a shot by doing a set focus in the general area I expect to shoot but that requires that I know I'm going to shoot and motion shots are rarely like that. Some more shots of Yorkshire... 33859

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Very nice series. The bridge is awesome, well done Some more shots of Yorkshire... 264697
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PostSubject: Re: Some more shots of Yorkshire...   Some more shots of Yorkshire... Icon_minitimeThu Jul 05, 2007 3:04 pm

Great scenery all of them Jono, #1 is my favourite. It's amazing how they built these aquducts so long ago, they are still in great condition. I just can't imagine today's buildings lasting this long.
Thanks for sharing your beautiful countryside with us.

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looks so peaceful! :)
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