Thanks helianta for your comments and like
Hi David thanks for your appreciation. I have been paying a bit more attention to my composition lately and the books say have something in the foreground. It seems to work and the ship in the distance helped!
Hello Manol, many thanks for your kind comment and thanks also for calling in.
Blimey, thats going back a bit Kenny, probably the forerunner of the monsters we see today. Those Fordsons were some workhorse, i drove the original Major in the early 60's when i was a forestry worker (nobbut a lad). It had huge balloon tyres on the back and a big two speed winch, a steel grill on the front loaded with heavy chains helped to counter balance it,boy could it pull. Best job i ever had but the wages were rubbish.
Gerroff David, this one is mine!! well spotted Kenny.
750 photos in 7 hour and most of them were keepers. I would upload more but it's not really Pano. Maybe I will upload another couple. There were so many good uns I thought about opening a Flickr account but am still undecided as I want to show the photos but not have them stolen!
The lens was fantastic. Although on my camera I lost the wide angle benefit by 1.6 crop the f2.8 meant I still got fast exposures to help with clarity even on the cloudy day.
A man of my means - means I will be saving for a long time but I will get it eventually!
A beautiful photo of a beautiful place.
Beautiful light and beautiful composition.
Regards Gyöngyi Hungary.
Very charming, beautiful and fun photos!
Great colors and lights!
Hahahaha............ you gotta be kidding Gordon
Its like living in a washing machine here and we're stuck on endless wash cycles. They say it might stop raining about October!
I'll post what I can!
Hi Kenny, We were there some years ago, its another one of those places begging for another visit and another one thats still on the waiting list...maybe one day.