DPP_0010-2. The old windmill at Kingston near Lewes, W Sussex

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    My new Tamron at full stretch on 420mm, on the Canon 60D. A useful combination.

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    1. jamesluc 36 months ago | reply

      I like these two shots Mike, the light is great. Glad you're enjoying the new camera :-)

    2. Conundrum37 36 months ago | reply

      powerful shot, love the curves

    3. peejaybee1 36 months ago | reply

      Mike, lovely curves, lines, and shadows leading the eye to the whit emill. I must say that this is one of the best iol seed rape pictures that I have seen for a long time - you have shown the yellow, but have kept it under control

    4. cabby dave 36 months ago | reply

      Terrific lead in lines and the diagonal adds to the image as well. Excellent shot. Well done. What do you think of the Tamron? And were you operating with a tripod?

    5. Padmacara 36 months ago | reply

      Beautiful! (But is it a bit tilted?)

    6. AEChown 36 months ago | reply

      Superb Mike!

    7. still Michael 36 months ago | reply

      Thanks, folks!
      I've tweaked it 2 degrees, Padmakara! Thanks! This 60D has a level indicator so must use it in future but there has been so much to learn, darn it!!
      Yes, tripod, cabby dave. It was at full tele and also gave me chance to compose shot. Back to sun and the tilting viewfinder enabled me to comfortably view in best shaded position ...
      This Tamron is great. Over 3-4 hours I didn't change lenses to cover range of lengths so just that bit less dust than otherwise might have entered I suppose. Besides, an ordinary view can be turned into a good shot with different length.
      I'm not sure about the yellows in these and other seed field shots, though!
      And for some reason the exit data didn't exit .... !

    8. crozgat29 36 months ago | reply

      excellente photo !

    9. Rob (chinchillart) 35 months ago | reply

      Congrats for your new camera! Nicely composed landscape!

    10. lintonolive 33 months ago | reply

      Wonderful shot! I love the contrasting colours and the undulating receding forms.

    11. still Michael 33 months ago | reply

      Thanks, Olive. One of the very first shots with my new 60D, returning from Park Cameras when I bought it!

    12. porschelinn 26 months ago | reply

      wow! i love the blue and yellow. such a beautiful shot :)

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