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A Recent trip to the dales

annieogg
Posted 22/04/2012 - 20:16 Link
Just over a week ago spent a few days up in the yorkshire dales had very mixed weather and it was one of the first opportunities to use my K5. Unfortunately my partner isn't into photography and I felt a little rushed.

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fritzthedog
Posted 22/04/2012 - 21:09 Link
You did unfortunately pick a pretty awful week weather wise Annie. I very much like the first shot - especially as it is something that I keep promising myself I will get around to photographing one day!

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Carl
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08tiger
Posted 23/04/2012 - 02:55 Link
1st and 4th for me.I like the composition of the viaduct, the bleakness of the dales.
C&C welcome.
Don.
Stuey
Posted 23/04/2012 - 20:38 Link
08tiger wrote:
1st and 4th for me.I like the composition of the viaduct, the bleakness of the dales.

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Mandrake
Posted 23/04/2012 - 21:57 Link
I like them all but I love number 4.

As for being rushed by your partner, I've found that persistence (or just sheer bloody-mindedness) has gradually built up my wife's tolerance - I can now get quite a few shots off before the inevitable "can we just go now?"
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annieogg
Posted 23/04/2012 - 22:13 Link
Mandrake wrote:
I like them all but I love number 4.

As for being rushed by your partner, I've found that persistence (or just sheer bloody-mindedness) has gradually built up my wife's tolerance - I can now get quite a few shots off before the inevitable "can we just go now?"

Thanks every one for the nice comments

I have also found that sheer bloody-mindedness works most of the time but one of the days away I persuaded him to come with me to the fall at west burton, been there often before, on this occasion it was raining but I love the place so got my own way. It was the expression on his face when I started to get my tripod out. Say no more lol thought it best to just take a couple of hand helds, and then drive back to the pub
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a few filters Manfrotto tripod and monopod Silk tripod and a bumbling approach on how to use them
StarScr33m
Posted 24/04/2012 - 08:44 Link
4 is my favourite. Lovely pictures.
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Father Ted
Posted 24/04/2012 - 13:00 Link
Another vote for 1 & 4 for me too!

My wife hasn't settled with nagging me to hurry up. She now has the kids on her side. "Where's daddy?". "Oh, he's photographing anotherlog! "
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