Yorkshire Sam
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I'm just a daft old fart running around with a camera trying to capture and share to the best of my ability the myriad of varied and beautiful things that surround me in my native North Yorkshire and occasionally just a little further afield . If you enjoy what you see then please take time to say so as the knowledge my photography is being enjoyed is what drives me most. Many of my images are large compilations and are best viewed using the view original image button.

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Ok I'll continue to call you Sam. Wasn't too sure as I'd seen others call you Steve. I deleted my original comment and had intended to rewrite it better but got called away from the computer.

I get most of my inspiration seeing what others post so I often put locations on my to-do list. Hopefully if the weather permits next week while I'm off work I'll get to a few of them. We are in the Dales to start off with and we'll see if we end up anywhere else :-)

Il y avait tellement de vent ce jour là André que j'ai préféré rester à terre et prendre en photo les moniteurs nous faire des démonstrations et se tirer des bourres.

moi je fais les deux Cata et vélo

Merci pour cette YsL.

Am',François

Another stunning Yorkshire waterfall. Great sharpness, depth and colours. Without detracting from the other waterfall photos, this is a favourite. L&F. Regards Derek

Very pleased you like, Thomas. Just some boulders in a field but, yes, despite the hoards of tourists, ice-cream vans etc still has some magic! You never know, might spot Aslam here one moon-lit night!

Best wishes, Brian.

Lovely photo. I like this picture very much. Best greetings. Hélder

Thankyou Domi, very much appreciated...best regards...Neil.

Not sure about the building Christos but thanks for your comments and visit.

Thanks Christos greetings to you too.

Brian that's some carry on the wind from down under to Glastonbury mate, must have been loud at their end :o) Glad you like it, cheers :O)

Thanks, Sam. Yes, the practicalities of a multi-frame shot have to be taken into account of course. And, anyway, the inclusion of coach, lorry etc gives a truer idea of the 'business' of a town (city?) much loved by visitors. My question was triggered by memories of trying to take a similar-type photo of Strathpeffer last year. Had eventually decided on angle, composition etc when a bloody great delivery lorry came and parked itself in the middle of the frame. Had to wait about fifteen minutes before he moved on. Photo still turnrd-out crap!

Best wishes, Brian.

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