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Hadrian's Wall, Peel Crags, Northumberland
Sony Alpha A700, Sigma 10-20mm, F9, 20mm, ISO100, Exp 1/60 Second
No Filters,(didn't know what filters were 2 years ago;), Shot Handheld
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Old Red Brick walls and lots of light. An old structure from Oak Creek Canyon near Sedona in Arizona.
There are more Arizona pictures, from Sedona, Oak Creek Canyon and Grand Canyon, in the Arizona album.
The winter white colour of creeping vines slowly takes over the walls of an abandoned hospital. These walls were part of the Mountain Sanatorium built to treat patients with TB in the early 1900s. The Sanatorium began as a simple two tent facility able to treat 8 patients and located on the escarpment overlooking western Hamilton. The tents were soon replaced with cottages and shacks, and finally brick structures to house the thousands that became infected over the first part of the 20th century. The facilities were slowly converted to a general hospital once an antibiotic treatment for TB was discovered. Now closed, the buildings await demolition, and the area is soon to be reshaped by residential development. Hamilton, Ontario
I have recently had the opportunity to visit Colorado and spend some time shooting snowscapes. This is a capture of the wall of ice that many climbers love to climb on. Some of the structures there are too fragile to ascend so are thankfully left untouched. I thought that shooting in the middle of winter would be fun but I realized after 4 days that I still enjoy living in Southern California. Some of the days the temperatures reached 8 degrees and no matter how many layers of clothes you wear you still have to pull your hands out of the gloves and even though those are only momentary exposures to the cold just a few moments out of your gloves requires many minutes back in to warm up. Unfortunately your hands are outside more than they are inside and thats where the problem lays.
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The tracks next to these large storage tanks was pretty impressive there in the town of Wall. Captured with the CPL filter.
One of the 1840s slave cabins at Lauras Plantation outside New Orleans, where sugarcane workers lived until 1977
In this shot taken on the fells above Elter Water you can see stone walls and a fence together. It is easy to see why modern farmers use fences instead of walls if replacing a wall costs £270 per metre. Fences take less time to erect, are movable and cheaper. However they fall down more easily and the posts rot. I think that the dry stone walls of the upland pastures have become part of the landscape. Some are centuries old. Look at the mosses and lichens which live on them and the wildlife, mice etc which live in them. They have their own ecology. I am for the walls. What do you think?
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LAST SHOOT In his White Butterfly Hotel : In the inner courtyard ... In a recess ... a scaled wall ... like a parchment showing us a map of ancient continents ...
Dans la cour intérieure de cet hôtel : ... Dans un renfoncement ... un mur écaillé ... comme une parchemin nous présentant une carte de continents anciens ...
Looking down Ullswater from Mossdale bay towards Patterdale with the Wall Holm Island in the middle. Another dawn start alas without the Sun joining me but at least I had the place to myself. A lovely peaceful start to the day
A wall inside Antelope Canyon. Amazing how the water has carved its likeness into the rock.
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This wall was part of the original temple wall constructed by Herod that survived the Roman destruction of Jerusalem in AD70 and today is regarded as a place of worship by the Jewish people.
HDR 7 scatti
Fotocamera: Nikon D700
Shutter Speed: 1.0 s
Lente: 15 mm
Exposure Bias: 0 EV
Flash: Off, Did not fire
Lens: Nikkor AF-S FX 14-24mm f/2.8G ED
..A low winter sun provided some nice shadow play on the wall before lighting up time. Happy Wall Wednesday to all on Flickr, Alan:-) HWW...
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Back to the 50mm again here, really loving the band of focus you can achieve with the f2.8 here. I tried to get maximum focus on the walnut here and I think I just about have.
What are your thoughts on the 50mm’s AF system? Because I much prefer the MF, I just find it so much faster than the cheap AF in this lens, apart from that this lens is near perfect! I also feel that f2.8 produces a sharper shot than f1.8, but the best, as suggested and agree'd with by Olly is f8-f11.
Constructive criticism and thoughts welcome! :) I'd love to hear what you think!
Please, enjoy large on black!
...[ Camera ] ... Canon 400D
...[ Lens ] ... Canon 50mm f1.8.
...[ Settings ] ... 1/0.0001" @ f/2.8, ISO 100.
...[ Editing ] ... 1 RAW file, tweaked in LR3.
...[ Filters ] ... None
Whilst the weather holds and the thistles flower there will be butterflies remaining, though their numbers are fewer by the day. Cunning spiders build their webs amongst the flowering plants at this time of year and take many butterflies.
I find myself looking away as I see blues, browns, coppers and clouded yellows blunder headlong into a spiders web and are instantly assassinated.
Soon the weather will change and it will be autumnal.. cold, wet and horrible and the butterflies and spiders will all be gone until next spring.
Wall brown butterflies will be amongst the first to appear along the coast of south Devon next year as they always are.
This Wall cloud triggered a Tornado Warning about 8 minutes after this was taken.
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