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A couple of candids, a clifftop railway and some other stuff (56k Beware)

stevegreen

Distinguished Member
Went to a folk concert last night at the Victorian museum at Blists Hill just outside Ironbridge. Took a few shots, thought i'd share them here.

A couple of candids first.

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One of one of the artists, a band called 'The Lost Chord'

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and a detail of one of the old Victorian Caravans they had there

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and an old traditional Merry Go Round

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These were taken today in Bridgnorth.

The funicular railway

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One of the statues on top of the hill

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and me in a Harley Davidson

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Bristol Pete

Well-known Member
Steve;

Nice, like the cable car most and assume the wide lens was at play here. The odd thing is that the cable car shots gave me deja vu, which is kinda weird. I cant recall ever seeing this place or even being there. :eek: :) :suicide: (maybe in one of my many past lives...but thats a whole new thread)
 
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imcarm

Guest
Some very sharp and colourful shots there steve.

I'm trying to work out what's in the top right corner of the Merry Go Round shot, it looks like a tear (just above the trees)?

Great stuff as always mate :thumbsup:
 

stevegreen

Distinguished Member
@ onefivenine

It's a Canon 350D with Sigma lenses attached. Most with the 18-200mm, some (like the funicular shots) with the 10-20mm

@ Pete

I don't think there are many about these days so maybe you've seen a picture of it elsewhere

@ imcarm

Thats the failings of doing an automatic border in Photoshop. I used the Marcia's Frames action and it does sometimes eat into the picture with the drop shadow action. I didn't notice it until after posting and couldn't be bothered to change it :D

Thanks for the comments :smashin:
 

Jazz Monkey Jr

Distinguished Member
Bristol Pete said:
Steve;
The odd thing is that the cable car shots gave me deja vu, which is kinda weird. I cant recall ever seeing this place or even being there. :eek: :) :suicide:

There is one that looks just like it, I think it is in Devon somewhere.
 

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