Discussion in 'Exhibition Lounge' started by EightBitTony, Aug 19, 2020.
I don’t approve but it is freshwater fun for him and his mates.
274A2458.jpg by Pete, on Flickr
"an ill-favoured thing, sir, but mine own" - how appropriate, a discussion about virginity (which I lost yesterday with my first post in the Exhibition Lounge) from that well known Emirati, Sheik Zubair in 'As you like it'.
Framlingham Castle. (Well there is some water in it) The subject of the Ed Sheeran song 'Castle On The Hill'. He lived and grew up in the village. My lasting memory of this shot is wading out through boggy icy marshland and getting very wet cold feet for my art. Complete with wonky walls, but I'm convinced I had the camera level. I'm blaming the builders!
I really like these, especially cranfleet canal. What power station is that Tony?
That's beautiful Pete
Living on the coast most of my water shots aren't freshwater, but at least I've found a couple that qualify:
Roadside pond, NZ by Mike Kanssen, on Flickr
River Nene at Islip (Infra red) 3 by Mike Kanssen, on Flickr
I've taken photographs from all over this map, and if you look in any direction which evenly remotely looks a bit south, you can see the towers.
I must get the train to East Midlands Parkway sometime
November 2019 by Tony Evans, on Flickr
Into the wilderness...................
The lake in the park near my house....
Cheltenham: Misty Lake by Tim Heathfield, on Flickr
Misty Morning Marina 2 by Tim Heathfield, on Flickr
Colourful bank to a reservoir, before the bank was used as fill for a road embankment.
Dedham Vale, Coutstable country. I peered through the canopy and found all these colours.
dedham vale by Dan, on Flickr
I’m very much looking forward to exploring this area during Autumn and Winter. Despite only being 25 minutes drive, I’ve never shot it. Shame on me.
Would that have been taken just upstream of the mill pond at Dedham, I think I recognize the spot, but I could be out by a mile or more
It's a beautiful area, I have problems finding compositions there, others make it look easy.
Upstream from Flatford Mill, about half way between the mill and that wooden bridge, which has now been condemned and shut. The only way to get in that side of the river from Dedham now, is from the town track.
Not the spot I was thinking of then
Shame to hear the bridge has been closed - I'm sure I remember an earlier wooden bridge there so it's not lasted well.
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