Crescent Moon & Windmill

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Nick Weall on December 3, 2008

Taken this evening ~ my favourite windmill

Steve Paxton on December 3, 2008

i noted that it shows quite a few times and i was thinking holland but the map did not show that after my smiley we have had nothing but total cloud cover bummer. very nice shot the type i would take. steve

Nick Weall on December 3, 2008

Hi Steve ~ sorry to hear about the ribs ~ surfing calmity I would guess? ~ You know it was quite dark when I took this windmill shot ~ this D700 makes the darkest night look like day ~ shot a cat in a coal shed and find it sort of thing! ~ the reason why it shows so much is that it is on my way home and I can't resist stopping every now and then to learn the parameters of my camera ~ I thought the crescent moon might be a nice touch ~ but of course the darn thing is soo small compared to the windmill ~ there are a couple of planets near to the moon at the moment too but....

get better mate

Steve Paxton on December 3, 2008

yep got crunched on the sandy bottom of a low tide but first accident so cant complain. i am getting a new DMC FZ 28 in the next few weeks so i have all over again a camera learning curve.

Nick Weall on December 3, 2008

yeah its a drag ~ waterproof case I guess too

Steve Paxton on December 3, 2008

no i have two cameras one for land one for water. check out extra info.

Nikos Ntemiris on December 3, 2008

Very beautiful composition and fantastic colours.

Nick from Greece

Nick Weall on December 3, 2008

ok

Jean Gregory Evans on December 3, 2008

The map is gone! Really special photo with the windmill and the moon! Love the tiny bare trees in the distance and twilight.

Thanks for introducing yourself and stopping by my gallery!

Jean

Samantha Lacy ღ on December 3, 2008

Very beautiful Nick another one going to my ever growing list of faves! ;) Sam

Nick Weall on December 3, 2008

Thanks Jean,

Yes it is the moon that sets it off, although it is so tiny you can hardly see its beautiful crescent ~ I'm glad to have met you ~ and many thanks for your kind words

Nick Weall on December 3, 2008

Hi Sam ~ you are great ~ thanks for adding this one to your favs ~ have you tripped across my little question to you ~ about what pushing the "Best of" button does? Have a good day and I met TIFF last evening too! Small world

Samantha Lacy ღ on December 4, 2008

Yes I did Nick :D I was a wonderful sister when we were young, if you get a few mins to spare some time today perhaps you would like to see..conversation starts round aboutOct 23rd. Yes is did answer your reply...Basically, it is the highest compliment you can give someones photo so very well done for getting some already :) Warm wishes to you Nick have you have a great day too Sam

Nick Weall on December 4, 2008

Ah so no one comes along with a gold medal then ;-) thanks very much Sam ~ I have a very busy day ahead of me ~ but will try. and very warm (you need it in this weather) wishes to you too Sam

Nick Weall on December 4, 2008

you were very hard on your poor Sister :-)

Finn Lyngesen flfoto… on December 4, 2008

Very beautiful picture with great colors and nice silhourettes.

Kind regards. Finn.

Nick Weall on December 4, 2008

Hello Finn ~ yes it is very handy having such a beautiful windmill on my route home - the journey takes about an hour and it is maybe halfway. Thank you very much for your compliments.

eleni iak. on December 4, 2008

Nick, this is marvelous! All your windmills, remind me of Holand. (never been there yet)

Nick Weall on December 4, 2008

Hi Eleni well Holland is THE place for windmils alright - all that flat land and winds off of the sea. You'll get there one day I bet. Thanks for your compliment Eleni and have a good evening

eleni iak. on December 4, 2008

Υοu too Nick!

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on December 3, 2008
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by Nick Weall
    • Camera: NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D700
    • Taken on 2008/12/03 16:35:10
    • Exposure: 0.033s (1/30)
    • Focal Length: 32.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/2.800
    • ISO Speed: ISO1600
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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