Old Harbour Barry thing in water.


cardiffgareth

Link Posted 07/03/2020 - 16:32
Before I start I know some images have a ghost through them! Should of covered the viewfinder

All Pentax K1, DA* 60-250mm, Formatt Hitech Firecrest C-PL and Benro Master big stopper.

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Old Habour by Gareth Williams, on Flickr

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Old Habour by Gareth Williams, on Flickr

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Old Habour by Gareth Williams, on Flickr

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Old Habour by Gareth Williams, on Flickr
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mivoligo

Link Posted 07/03/2020 - 21:48
Lovely set. For me 4 is the best.
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LennyBloke

Link Posted 07/03/2020 - 23:29
No.1 for me I would have plumped for No.2 as the subtle, soft colours work so well - but the yellow is just a touch too bright for the subject (IMO) - still a lovely image though
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ronniemac

Link Posted 08/03/2020 - 02:24
All very good photos, and I think number 4 is my favourite. The soft colours are lovely.

Not sure why, but these things are called 'cardinals', and when triangles point down, south cardinals, meaning that there is a hazard to the north of it so sail to the south of it.

I am a mine of useless information.

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cardiffgareth

Link Posted 08/03/2020 - 12:11
Thanks all

Ronnie, that's not useless info! It's interesting
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Sry

Link Posted 24/03/2020 - 17:27
LennyBloke wrote:
No.1 for me I would have plumped for No.2 as the subtle, soft colours work so well - but the yellow is just a touch too bright for the subject (IMO) - still a lovely image though

Agreed, nice set all around, though.

ronniemac wrote:

Not sure why, but these things are called 'cardinals', and when triangles point down, south cardinals, meaning that there is a hazard to the north of it so sail to the south of it.

From your information, I would assume the name comes from 'cardinal points'?

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