You must have been wetting yourself with joy when the horses came along :o),this looks like a cross between my first from here and my autumn shot so of course it has the best of both, a big well done for that mate.
To help you and others though I will mention these points :-
Having the salt bins is ok but not one as close as you have here, simply because it becomes too prominent and knowing you I am surprised you didn't clone that one out to be honest. F10 that you used hasn't given sufficient depth of field and so the foreground is a tad soft, even allowing for the bracken that was apparently blowing about. F12 - F14 with the same shutter speed 1/50 would have solved that and would also have solved the slight over exposure on the bright garage and other walls around the scene. Some would say I am nit picking and I am to be fair but only because I know you prefer me to say what I see rather than pretend all is exact. To end on a positive note though, the composition is spot on ( minus the bin), the white balance is spot on making the colours just as I would expect and lastly the stitching is unnoticeable so all in all a great job mate barring my pedantic observations.
A BD ?... almost :o)
The horses and the dog walker certainly came at the right time Sam, i'd waited a while for the light to improve then i heard the clip clop,only just got the dog he went of to the left a few secs later;-)) That salt bin was actually going to be in the title...Salt bins are full Winter is on the way...or something like that, although it is a bit prominent and maybe should have gone.I usually use F14 max otherwise i have a spotty sky, "nit picking " is fair comment mate and all is taken on board. Thanks for your input,i think the positives far outway the negs, i'm happy with the result...Cheers Sam;-)
PS. An "almost BD" will do nicely thanks mate;-)
It just confirms how beautiful North Yorkshire is Neil! I like the smoke too ;-)
Lovely view and shot Neil, with the added value of Sam's contrbution.
Best wishes, Andy like
It appears so Ian,although there were two groups they were all in the same livery,obviously from the same stable. I was pleased to see the smoke too,i thought i might have lost most of it as it was a bit breezy. Its good to have Sams input as it can maybe help others too.
Its not a bad little spot Rosa;-) i really like this scene,Sam and i were there in the Spring but i think this is the better shot by far.
Hi Andy, it is a lovely view,i might try again next Spring,maybe a different viewpoint and with Sams words ringing in my lugs;-))
Sincere thanks to all...Regards...Neil.
Excellent, and of course i Like it!!!!!
Greetings and best wishes dear friend from Greece-Piraeus.
Thankyou for calling in NIKOS1954 and for your kind comment...Best wishes...Neil.
lovely countryside. YSL bonjour de france
Esta imagen transmite toda la esencia de lo rural.
L y F.
Saludos desde España. Delfín.
It goes without saying Neil that yorkshire is blessed with some of the best scenery in the UK, so thanks for sharing it with us.Like Regards Richard
How right you are Richard, and its my pleasure to share it. The North York Moors,the Dales and a lovely coastline all within easy reach....Magic!! Thanks for stopping by...Neil.
Delphin, Fernand, many thanks for your visit and kind comments,and my apologies for the very late reply.
GRACIAS POR ENSEÑARNOS TÚ FANTÁSTICA GALERÍA.
My pleasure Delfin, best wishes for 2013 to you too...Neil.
Very nice - has it all (well nearly, no pink sea-snail - suppose that's what photoshop is for) :)
molto bella, like......ciao, Flavio
Hi Neil, many thanks,PS is quite useful provided you know how to drive it;-))
Thankyou Flavio, i'm pleased you like this picture...regards...Neil.
Lovely landscape, excellent image! Like!
Thakyou once again varkos,best wishes...Neil.
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