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May 06, 2006 17:51 as a reply to  @ post 1481674 |  #16

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Elisabeth, who said it was perfect. ?!
The fence is a monstrosity.
Ooops, sorry David, a minor blemish IMO. :)

We're old friends, with old being the operative word. :lol:
So David won't mind.
Will you. ?!

Not at all Cameron, each to their own. ;)

At least it was taken with a wide angle and not a macro lens!:p


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May 07, 2006 07:56 as a reply to  @ Meerkat17's post |  #17

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At least it was taken with a wide angle and not a macro lens!

Touche. :)


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May 07, 2006 07:59 as a reply to  @ post 1481674 |  #18

David, love the picture...... great composition, colours and sharpness.

Do you ever use a meter or just the camera?

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May 07, 2006 08:02 |  #19

My favorite is the one with lines drawn all about at crazy angles. That one is unique.:lol:

Now, whose thread is this?


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May 11, 2006 09:20 as a reply to  @ post 1481674 |  #20

A lovely composition, David, and a lovely spot. :D
I'm glad you explained about the broken wall, I thought you'd rested the 'Bigma' on it!


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May 14, 2006 14:42 as a reply to  @ weemannie's post |  #21

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A lovely composition, David, and a lovely spot. :D
I'm glad you explained about the broken wall, I thought you'd rested the 'Bigma' on it!

Trevor, I told you not to say anything about that! It was only there for a moment whilst I changed lenses! ;) :p :lol:

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Now, whose thread is this?

Stan, I agree, Cameron is great with "crazy angles" :lol: ;)

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Thanks for you comment, I only use the internal metering of the camera


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May 14, 2006 18:27 |  #22

First of all, I like your photo, even with the fence. What caught my eye was the title.
What does it mean? (Inquiring minds want to know)


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May 14, 2006 22:07 |  #23

Fantastic shot and also great PP.

Your composition is always top knotch as Cameron pointed.

BTW, I don't mind the fence poles at all, in this photo. In fact I think they add to the photo as they seem to give continuance to the wall.


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May 15, 2006 01:49 as a reply to  @ Pawnee Dan's post |  #24

Pawnee Dan wrote:
First of all, I like your photo, even with the fence. What caught my eye was the title.
What does it mean? (Inquiring minds want to know)

Pasture Foot is the name of the pasture you can see in the foreground of the image - Cronkley Scar is the name of the hill to the middle-right of the image.

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BTW, I don't mind the fence poles at all, in this photo. In fact I think they add to the photo as they seem to give continuance to the wall.

Shhhhh, you'll start Cameron off again, on why it shouldn't be there! ;) :lol:

Thanks for the kind compliments.


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May 15, 2006 02:08 as a reply to  @ Meerkat17's post |  #25

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Shhhhh, you'll start Cameron off again, on why it shouldn't be there!

The fence shouldn't be there because _______________ .

The fence should be there because _______________ .

Fill in the blank spaces in no more than 20 words. :p ;) :lol:


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