The Storm that Missed Us. Church Point, Newbiggin

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Comments (8)

David Brown Photogra… on November 2, 2008

Really nice "velvety" texture again.

Are those the turbines at Blythe I can (just) see in the distance? Y'all had a bit of weather last week!

Great picture this.

Stay warm.

skida on November 4, 2008

Hi jethro. Thanks for your comment. Yes that is the Blyth turbines in the distance. The weather was a bit interesting, with thnder and hailstorms: The dog was going crazy and the hail coming down on our roof woke me up!

May M. B. (Swissmay) on November 5, 2008

Keith, that's a great photo with all these beautiful colours and the light playing on the rocks. Y*! Best wishes, May

skida on November 6, 2008

Many,many thanks for the Y* May. One of the consolations of the colder weather is the light from the late afternoon sun.


Marilyn Whiteley on November 6, 2008

Beautiful textures and magical colours! Great work, Keith! Cheers, Marilyn

skida on November 7, 2008

Thanks Marilyn. It was worth braving the cold wind to get a few shots.

Ghislain Bonneau on December 4, 2009

Hi skida, WOW!!! very nice composition. I love the sun rays on the rock formation they give a good contrast to the whole picture and set the mood very well. Excellent work. Y☼ and voted best of. Greetings...GHISLAIN.☻

spuggy on December 5, 2009

Isn't it great when you go for a walk on a cold and windy day and nature provides interesting skies and beautiful colours for you to capture! I felt very fortunate when I was able to view my photos on the computer when I got home.

Your comments are much appreciated Ghislain.


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Photo details

  • Uploaded on October 26, 2008
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    by skida
    • Taken on 2008/10/26 16:57:56
    • Exposure: 0.005s (1/200)
    • Focal Length: 5.85mm
    • F/Stop: f/2.800
    • ISO Speed: ISO63
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash