That's the way to do it Si!
There is something about a good sepia shot that is very heartwarming, but it's not an easy one to pull off.
This is a good 'n!!!
Excellent capture ! «LIKE» Best regards, Don Z
Thanks for that Neil
I've added a D5300 to the bag and it has an awesome resolution even with the old kit lens.
Mind you, I still think that it is difficult to take a poor picture in Whitby anyway!!!
jim page one and now its just what we all wish as the photo that defines us Stunning. Stever
interest rates in the 16th century: http://www.historyworld.net/wrldhis/PlainTextHistories.asp?ParagraphID=idu
"Interest rates at the time are never less than 12% per annum. And when a loan has to be raised urgently, the 16th-century banker is often able to negotiate a rate of as high as 45%"
Thanks Richard Actually I was stood up on the top of a double-decker bus and, yes, it was on the bridge!
It's how the other half live Jim!! Anyway, it's an insurance job from last winter's storms, which must be a relief.
Beautiful place.Good photo.Like.Greetings,Mirjana
Hi Jens and thank you for the visit. I must not be getting notifications and I did not mean to ignore you. This mill located in a small Georgia town, is all things German. I think the mill when built was once functional, however it has been allowed to evolve into only a part of the scenery now and is so grown up that you can't get to it now. You're correct, no wind can power it now. Pardon me now while I go visit your gallery.
I keep coming back to this Si. It's got the lot - atmos, composition and really good tonal gradation.
Well done buddy.Lovely shot.