February in the Peaks


davidstorm

Link Posted 09/02/2014 - 19:53
Thanks Drew for organising a fantastic day out, despite indifferent weather we had a great time! Thanks also to everyone who came, some travelled a fair distance!

Here's one of mine from the day with the K-3 and D-Xenon 12-24, more to follow when I've processed them!

Cathedral of The Peaks




Cheers
David
My Website http://imagesbydavidstorm.foliopic.com

Flickr

Some cameras, some lenses, some bits 'n' bobs

gtis

Link Posted 09/02/2014 - 20:42
Hi
Yes I had a great day and meeting old and new pentax friends
And a bit wet and cold at magpie mine
cheers Neil
pentax k3 k5 super A
DA* 300 f4 DA* 50-135 f 2.8 smc DA* 16-50 f2.8 50mm f1.7 af 360 fgz pentax1.4xhd converter
sigma 17-70

Pentax o-gps1


Panasonic Dmc Fz200

Northgrain

Link Posted 09/02/2014 - 21:16
Had time to quickly process just a few:


Drew's 10-20 (thanks Andrew



Bamford Edge



Where I sloped off to at lunchtime



The very last shot of the day (even David has gone )




Thanks again everyone for a great day out. Terrific to catch up with friends from last year but also get to put faces to more names
Tim

Some of my vaguely better stuff
Last Edited by Northgrain on 09/02/2014 - 21:29

Hullman

Link Posted 09/02/2014 - 21:53
Just want to add my thanks to Andrew for organising the day and inviting Catherine and myself.

It was great to put faces to names and we both had a great time, despite Catherine's dodgy knee

Looking forward to the next one already.

Andy
FF: Pentax K-1, D-FA* 70-200, D-FA 24-70, D-FA 100, D-FA 28-105, FA 77, FA 43
APSC: K3, K5, DA*50-135, DA*300, Sigma 17-50, Sigma 10-20, 18-55mm, DA 55-300mm, DA35, 1.4TC
4/3: Q10, Q, 01, 02, 06
Fuji XT1, XF18-55, XF27

Hullman

Link Posted 09/02/2014 - 22:36
A few from today, need more practice with Landscapes !















FF: Pentax K-1, D-FA* 70-200, D-FA 24-70, D-FA 100, D-FA 28-105, FA 77, FA 43
APSC: K3, K5, DA*50-135, DA*300, Sigma 17-50, Sigma 10-20, 18-55mm, DA 55-300mm, DA35, 1.4TC
4/3: Q10, Q, 01, 02, 06
Fuji XT1, XF18-55, XF27

simonarron

Link Posted 09/02/2014 - 23:11
Some lovely images emerging here. Sorry I was unable to make it on this occasion: I did eventually get out, but ventured only one mile rather than the full 180. Not too many Peak ridges around these parts, but I did spot one of these...



Look forward to seeing more of your efforts as and when.

carmagw

Link Posted 10/02/2014 - 10:59
A few from me, thanks to Drew for sorting it all out and giving me a lift.

Nice to meet faces old and new.














CatherineK

Link Posted 11/02/2014 - 13:29
Thanks for including me in the outing No pictures to show from me. Mine came out rubbish. Am still learning so maybe on another outing you might get something out of me. I had a great time. Much appreciated.
website: catherineknee.uk

gtis

Link Posted 11/02/2014 - 18:56
Hi
Nice to meet you and andy on your meet in the peaks don't worry about your photos been
Rubbish ,mine are rubbish as well might see you on the next meet
cheers Neil
pentax k3 k5 super A
DA* 300 f4 DA* 50-135 f 2.8 smc DA* 16-50 f2.8 50mm f1.7 af 360 fgz pentax1.4xhd converter
sigma 17-70

Pentax o-gps1


Panasonic Dmc Fz200

CatherineK

Link Posted 12/02/2014 - 08:14
Okay, decided to be brave. Here we go. Not much from the day's shooting but... only fair to show since everyone else has.











website: catherineknee.uk

Northgrain

Link Posted 12/02/2014 - 21:07
These are great Catherine! Nothing to be modest about. You've caught Bobby with a nice, solemn expression, captured the slimy look of those fungi really well, and the framing of the figures in #3 is really imaginative. Thanks for posting these ... Always something to learn from other folks photos
Tim

Some of my vaguely better stuff
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