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MEDIUM FORMAT PICTURE OF THE WEEK

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Port Mulgrave Sunrise, Yorkshire UK 2017
Port Mulgrave morning ,2017 Hasselblad 503CW f16 4s +0.9ND Lee 50mm, Fujifilm Velvia50
Port Mulgrave morning, 2017 Hasselblad 503CW f16 4s +0.9ND Lee 50mm, Fujifilm Velvia50

Fantastic sunset at Port Mulgrave in North Yorkshire

Fujifilm Velvia 50 is a slide film which I love. Colours of are truly something else. This was a great trip and picture above is one of my favourite from that morning.

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Have you ever tried to shoot Velvia 50? What was your experience?

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Why do I keep doing this?

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Why do I keep doing this?

It’s 2:30 am and my alarm clock is going crazy. I’m quickly out of my bed, trying not to wake up the whole house…. Why I’m doing this???

Is there any reason why we are chasing the light?

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Trip to Port Mulgrave

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Trip to Port Mulgrave

Port Mulgrave is famous for being one of the most popular Jurassic sites in the UK. It is a site of special scientific interest & is now looked after and protected by the National Trust.
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Medium Format : Picture of the week

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Salwicks Bay, Flamborough head, Yorkshire coast  UK 2017 
Hasselblad 503CW f22/10sec +0.9LEE Filter 80mm
Salwicks Bay, Flamborough head, Yorkshire coast  UK 2017 Hasselblad 503CW f22/10sec +0.9LEE Filter 80mm

Quiet morning at Salwicks Bay, Flamborough head, Yorkshire coast  UK 2017 

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Whitby

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Although main focus for this trip was nearby bay called Saltwick Bay, I ‘ll call this post Whitby. Just because I love this town…

Whitby is a seaside town in North Yorkshire. Place known for not only for its beauty, but also because of Captain Cook . The town has a strong literary tradition and can even be said that the earliest English literature comes from Whitby as Cædmon, the first known Anglo Saxon poet was a monk at the order that used Whitby Abbey during the abbacy of St. Hilda (657–680).Part of Bram Stoker’s novel Dracula was set in Whitby, incorporating pieces of local folklore, including the beaching of the Russian ship Dmitri. Stoker discovered the name “Dracula” at the old public library …. but enough history.

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Twistleton Scar-Hawthorn Tree hunting

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Yorkshire Dales 2012

Twistleton Scar-Hawthorn Tree hunting

Nikon D700, 20mm, Cokin ND

 

I have seen pictures from this place so many times. But I never realised they are from Yorkshire….

All of it started when my friend from Nottingham Outlaws (our camera club) sent me picture of this place, asking if I would like to go with him there for sunrise. I sent reply straightaway, …” of course, I can’t wait “.

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