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Went to visit my Uncle Paul this week at Frinton-On-Sea and he took us here :-)
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The magic Hooker Valley bathed in golden morning light! This valley has everything to keep the photographer entertained for hours on end! I certainly was. I have taken this exact composition on a previous trip, but this time the morning light just made the shot! By the way the hut is very functional, I spent almost 4 hours at this location, so a break from the wind was welcomed!
Nikon AF-S 24-70mm f/2.8G ED Lens
F16 | 1/10| ISO 100 | 35mm
Lee Filters | | 1.2 GND soft
10 Images Stitched
A composite picture made by using a photograph of a mud hut in Niger and layering it with another photograph - of a different landscape - then editing with digital cloning and cross processing
I liked the look of this neat row of beach huts with their co-ordinated paint job. My eye was also drawn to the rusty stain from the padlock and clasp on the first one.
Went out to see if I could catch a sunrise but too much cloud but pleased with this of the Beach Huts
Early morning visit to this lovely location. Always work well in the morning as the suns rays stream across the the scene.
Enjoy this sunset moment with the sea gypsy hut, a small tropical Island somewhere in Borneo. Life is very simple there and it's still amaze me how they can still survive a life with the palm leave hut for a daily living...
“...At the end of the day, all the beauty is there, in the simple life..."
Have a lovely life everyone!
Another closer view of Wallace Hut at Falls Creek,on the Bogong High Plains,Victoria.
A disused scout hut looks quite charming amongst the autumn glory! Hardcastle Crag , Yorkshire
Premières images au Nikon 17-35 f/2.8 + Filtres Lee Big Stopper + ND 0.9 + GND 0.6 Soft
In the past the rescue shelter, a small stone hut, was traditionally used for groups stranded in the hills, or for teams undertaking mountain rescues in the western Beacons. More recently, it’s used by groups and walkers enjoying Bannau Sir Gaer (an impressive 3 kilometre long ridge) or Fan Foel and Fan Brycheiniog (the highest peaks in the area).
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Beach huts in Hove against a moonlit sea involving a precarious tripod balance on a wall to get the height.
Sunday on January 2013, the morning when I walked through the lane to the village on a motorcycle Sewedi I took some pictures of the life of the villagers in the northern city of Surabaya Sewedi border island of Madura.
What also stands navy housing, which is very alarming to see the condition of the building is said to be worth staying even. With cloudy weather I got out of the vehicle and on foot while carrying a camera who knew there was an interesting and unique objects for a collection of photos taken in my travels over the years.
I stopped a large tree to look straight ahead I saw there was a little hut that stands alone without any other building had tilted the building conditions. Objects like these sometimes make me interested and challenged to take the correct angle shooting because I'm weak and stupid in terms of shooting angle.
I'm just trying to train myself in terms of sensitivity shooting angle but the photography world is a world of fun and entertaining at the same time when saturated with boring routine every day.
Fisherman's small hut in the village Sewedi stands in the middle of the fish pond dike, so peaceful atmosphere in that location and cloudy weather plus adds a dramatic atmosphere. I really enjoyed my day wonderful.
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The Lookout hut @ South Stack Holyhead, Anglesey, overlooking the Irish Sea.
The extraordinary location of Plateau Hut which sits opposite Mt Cook in New Zealand.
I visited this location back in early September with fellow photographers Tim Poulton, Jay Daley, Tim Donnely and Damien Siedel.
Also check out this awesome new location guide app from Tim Poulton and the OOAK crew. Android version coming out early 2015.
I was looking through my archives as i am getting inchy to shot so more vertoramas and came across this image that i had edited. but i must of disliked when i did it. very weird.lol But now i really like it. I truly forgot i had taken this. So many things in my head.
I had a nice surprice this week. Got my latest copy of digital camera mag through the post and saw that i had two images in this months misson. :-) very happy with that. i knew i was on the short list of my images. but i never expects to get two in there.
Tell you one thng i really loved how they had printed them. Never seen my inages looks so good. cheers dc mag. :-)
Hope you all enjoy my lost hut shot?
My version of a popular scene at Rye harbour. I think it's a fisherman's hut.
Taken on my recent visit to Bexhill on Sea ...very cold and windy....