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Good stuff Steef, Photo Comp???

Cheers and yeah, I've missed a few months so went out tonight to get something and have a potter around Newquay as I've just moved there. I've posted an entry earlier although a couple of these might end up posted in it too. I'm terrible at deciding such things.

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Thats lovely KT, shame about the Pylon but very atmospheric

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and whilst in the car took thisIMG_9080_zpse46c466f.jpg

brilliant

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brilliant

Cheers, I've got another took in black and white that I'll upload later.

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IMG_9079_zps87f6cff6.jpg

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Cheers, I've got another took in black and white that I'll upload later.

Thought of doing a mix of both?

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Cheers, I've got another took in black and white that I'll upload later.

One thing I would say is that the black area on the right affects the balance of the pic

If you crop it out making the pic in the portrait format it might work even better

Just an idea

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Interesting ideas. I'll have a play around.

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These were randomly sat in the middle of an empty car park

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Edited by Giant Hogweed

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Christmas Day was foggy, and a good day to stay indoors. But this morning, here is the view to the North East. The sun was rather more golden in reality, but this was taken with a freebie camera (from the stationery company), which ain't no good at all.

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That view looks familiar. It looks like the North York Moors as seen from the northern end of the Yorkshire Wolds.

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These were randomly sat in the middle of an empty car park

Like it, good use of depth of field, and the really low angle gives it good impact.

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These were randomly sat in the middle of an empty car park

IMG_8305a_zps044de145.jpg

surreal, maybe even dada

love that kind of stuff

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best I can do with my software. Pleased with it though.IMG_9080_zps6ddca9b3.jpg

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best I can do with my software. Pleased with it though.

The sort of thing I was thinking of, love it.

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best I can do with my software. Pleased with it though.IMG_9080_zps6ddca9b3.jpg

BINGO

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There's been some belters on here recently.

I've just added a few new ones to my Flickr account, ones that I particularly like for one reason or another that bring back memories or are just some of my favourite shots of the last few years, all taken on a point and shoot of some description before my recent move to a DSLR. This is one of the ones I stumbled upon, a view of the 7 colours earth in Mauritius, which is one of the strangest natural sights I've ever seen. That's the natural colour(s) of the earth there, and they just wash around into different seams when it rains.

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7 Colours Earth by 77gazza, on Flickr

Edited by gazza77

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Picked up a Fuji X100 on Friday, this is one of the first shots I've taken with it - not sure I'm qualified to operate a "proper camera" yet, makes using a DSLR seem like a piece of cake, hope to enjoy the challenge though!

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Some great pics on here. Really enjoy looking at them.

Picked up a Fuji X100 on Friday, this is one of the first shots I've taken with it - not sure I'm qualified to operate a "proper camera" yet, makes using a DSLR seem like a piece of cake, hope to enjoy the challenge though!

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Ooh you lucky 'person' you. Love the look of the X100, and with a proper viewfinder as well. Looking forward to seeing some of the pics you take with it.

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That view looks familiar. It looks like the North York Moors as seen from the northern end of the Yorkshire Wolds.

Close, but a little bit further North and West - the house is on top of a hill at the bottom left-hand corner of the Moors themselves. Sutton Bank and the White Horse are about 3 or 4 miles down the road to the East.

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bloody hell Carl that's good

Thanks - I actually took it about 12 months ago and was piddling about with curves and levels today - quite pleased with how it came out!

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