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Chipping Norton

danmandanman Registered Users Posts: 41 Big grins
edited November 15, 2004 in Landscapes
First posting, so apologies if I mess it up! Taken today in a dreary Cotswold village in the UK (dreary coz of the weather!) Trying out my new toy! I think I need to come back here & shoot it on a tripod at a slower speed than 400.


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    wxwaxwxwax Registered Users Posts: 15,471 Major grins
    edited October 29, 2004
    Very nice, danman. And great to have you here! thumb.gif
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    miketaylor01miketaylor01 Registered Users Posts: 318 Major grins
    edited October 29, 2004
    I like it very much. Everything in the image draws your atention to the bike and rider while at the same time everything is interesting. B&W works very very well for this image. Good work and look forward to seeing more.
    Mike

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    maczippymaczippy Registered Users Posts: 597 Major grins
    edited October 29, 2004
    Excellent!

    I know exactly where that bee like.... rolleyes1.gif

    I'm originally from Bath, lived there 27 years and now live in Capitola, CA, next door to Santa Cruz...

    Andrew :)
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    happysnapperhappysnapper Registered Users Posts: 224 Major grins
    edited October 29, 2004
    danman wrote:
    First posting, so apologies if I mess it up! Taken today in a dreary Cotswold village in the UK (dreary coz of the weather!) Trying out my new toy! I think I need to come back here & shoot it on a tripod at a slower speed than 400.

    Welcome to dgrin... ans great shot. I really like the lonesome bikerider... great colouring too.
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    danmandanman Registered Users Posts: 41 Big grins
    edited October 30, 2004
    Thank you
    Thanks for your replies and kind words. What a very nice bunch of people!

    I'm working nights over this weekend, but I'm desperate to take some more pic's with the 20d, so I'll grab a couple of hrs in Oxford before bed!

    Thanks again.
    Danny
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    photocatphotocat Registered Users Posts: 1,334 Major grins
    edited November 5, 2004
    Like it Danny, love the curled frame in front of the doors with the colums.
    Great shot... I think there is more pictures in this passage.
    Show us more if you can. Love the color palette you used here.
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    obelixobelix Registered Users Posts: 165 Major grins
    edited November 8, 2004
    danman wrote:
    First posting,

    Danman

    That is a nice shot, well done.
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    DVDRDVDR Registered Users Posts: 124 Major grins
    edited November 13, 2004
    danman wrote:
    First posting, so apologies if I mess it up! Taken today in a dreary Cotswold village in the UK (dreary coz of the weather!) Trying out my new toy! I think I need to come back here & shoot it on a tripod at a slower speed than 400.


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    Hard to detect the dreariness...or maybe dreary is an everday occurance here in Western Pennylvania...I like the picture.thumb.gif
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    danmandanman Registered Users Posts: 41 Big grins
    edited November 15, 2004
    More from Chippy
    photocat wrote:
    Great shot... I think there is more pictures in this passage.
    Show us more if you can. Love the color palette you used here.
    I found another one today!


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    photocatphotocat Registered Users Posts: 1,334 Major grins
    edited November 15, 2004
    danman wrote:
    I found another one today!


    yes you did... The lantarns are promising
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    lynnmalynnma Registered Users, Retired Mod Posts: 5,208 Major grins
    edited November 15, 2004
    danman wrote:
    I found another one today!

    I really like this shot dan.. Welcome to the forum!wave.gif
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    pathfinderpathfinder Super Moderators Posts: 14,698 moderator
    edited November 15, 2004
    lynnma wrote:
    I really like this shot dan.. Welcome to the forum!wave.gif
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    I think this is the better of the two shots also. Nice balancing of the subject, the doorway, and the curves and straight lines of the backgrounds.
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