the light is really nice on all of those. especially the last
2nded, mega interesting capture.
I feel in this thread I attend an abnormally low amount of protests....
Couple of randoms. Willow, and a nice boat.
Stags at dawn.
Passo Campolongo, Dolomites
Jeez, the drama in that shot!
Strong page all round
Just as a continuation of the shot on the other thread. The fire brigade seemed very adept at removing cars from precarious positions
So was this just someone reversing stupidly and getting stupidly lucky (that there happened to be a boat there)?
The honest answer to that is 'I don't know'.. I was outlooking for something to photograph, and got a text from my partner saying 'Penny says they are about to rescue a car from the canal outside her apartment so it was already in the boat when I got there.
I beleive that the owner was still there (and actually is in the other photo). Certainly she was rearranging bags and stuff in it once it was up. She /was/ driven away by the police but in her own car and all seemed to be smiles, so I think just a parking mistake. She may have been doing a 3 point turn but unlikely because the roads down the canals are one way (not impossible though if the road is blocked further up)
There are no guard rails on a bunch of the canals, not least because where they do exist they are a trip hazard.
The fire brigade had it up with no fuss at all. I guess it is not overly rare. I know four brits went in in their car in August, and a couple of years ago one went in opposite our apartment so I guess it just happens sometimes
It does just happen bizarrely.
In Chichester my friends road backs onto a canal, and some old couple just drove straight odd the end of it. The theory is they meant to reverse, but instead just gassed it into the water.
Can anyone recommend a photographer to take a few shots of a v low key wedding ceremony in October? Nothing staged, but just some nice close ups etc.. would be of the ceremony + outside the building. Ideally someone who works with film, but cross posting this here to cover all bases.. thanks
Seen it twice on the Mersey. The roads on the Wallasey side are super steep, straight onto the promenade.
The third one is really strong!
The colour palette reminded me of my favourite David Alan Harvey photo
Really like the top and bottom ones too, what's the new camera?
Thanks! That caught my eye on the way back from the docks/port photo (4th) as the light was really good and the red light were contrasting.
The new camera is a Sony Alpha 7 III with a Sigma 24-70mm 2.8. That combo is awesome!
I really like the DR and being able to take those without overthinking the settings too much...
Edit: That thread is so very good. Content is on point and I really like this page, it is strong!
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