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Great PixelTerror 2008-08-25 2:21

Salut Seb,
Avenue de Breteuil, 20000, plus 2 ou 3 hotels ca va la faire ;-)
Meme sans hotel (mais peut etre avec un velib) t'as reussi une chouette image pleine de perspective ici et ce bleu ca dechire dans le nuit tombante. A ma connaissance tu n'es que le 2eme a nous presenter ce morceau de ferraille en bleu, les trekkers parisiens roupillent...
Bon retour parmi nous, ca avance bien tes petits projets ?
Bonne journee JY

Old 08-25-2008, 04:03 PM
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Hi Kath

when i composed the shot, my reading was 30 secs again @ f7.1, when i exposed the shot, it only went for 8 secs, but upon reviewing all looked ok, so i left it at that, and i was very suprised that dof wise, you can't see much difference, but then wide angle lenses do give more dof anyway, this is one area i am still learning myself, sometimes it's a bit of trial and error.

thinking of maybe doing a TE meeting next year, either down here or in Cornwall - interested?

bet your looking forward to your us trip, not long now...

we are coming up for a few days in sept to Whitby, i have a few locations in mind, Whitby Abbey, Saltwick Bay, Robin Hood's Bay, Yorkshire Moors,

anything else worth looking at?

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Old 08-25-2008, 04:22 PM
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A TE meeting sounds like an excellent idea. The French seem to have loads of them and they are well supported. Anywhere on the south coast sounds fine to me. We keep saying we don't see enough of our own country. It would be good to combine a TE meeting with a week or two down there.
There are endless places to see around Whitby and the NY Moors. Places like Runswick Bay and Staithes spring immediately to mind on the coast. Both are similar in character to Robin Hood's Bay. On the moors, Goathland is on the Grosmont to Pickering Steam train line and is where Heartbeat is filmed. They also used the station in Harry Potter films. It can get busy but is worth a look. There are some good places nearby for steam train shots. Hutton-le-Hole is a beautiful village, and the market town of Helmsley is where the Cleveland Way walk starts and there is a medieval castle with strong Civil War connections. Nearby is Rievaulx Abbey, the ruins of one of the biggest Cistercian Abbeys in England. That's even more impressive than Whitby Abbey. I have themes on TE on NY Moors and the NY Moors Coast with shots from all the places I mentioned. Have a look on there and see if any of these places takes your fancy.
This time next week we will be in Seattle!
PS Keep me posted about the TE meeting.
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Old 08-25-2008, 04:36 PM
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I also have a theme called Helmsley and Rievaulx.
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