>>>>Thursday landscape thread 28th March 2013<<<<
LOL, not quite, though the Hall is only about 400yards from our front door. Luckily the side entrance is now opened daily in the week, so a 5 minute walk only: old gardens, ponds and large trees
Thanks Jack. I find the drop down articulation of the FZ50 really helps with these shots.
Thanks Lee, there is lots of shelter from the trees, so a glass like surface reflection is often possible. I'd have liked some blue sky though
Wow... that is a hell of a shot Bruno. One of my favourite winter picture so far. Perfectly composed, perfectly exposed... Great job.
Very nice subject Lee... 200 years from now, the old building will still be there but the new ones will have been replaced 4 times Well done.
Russell.... very impressive pictures... Thanks for sharing, NZ is on my future list, every time I see your pictures... I am getting closer to pull the trigger
This is the Ría of Muros Noia (northwest of Spain) on a very foggy and rainy morning. All the people you can see in the background are gathering seafood (mostly clams and cockles) some of the best in Spain.
Shellfish can be collected from intertidal areas using a spade or rake and put through a sieve to extract the ones of marketable size.
It´s a hard and tough job, especially in winter when water is very cold.
Well done Jack, I know exactly where you were when you took that shot, I went there las year... Fantastic view and well rendered. Bravo