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twilight at the viaduct

twilight at the viaduct

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  • zed
  • Australia
  • 21 Jan 2009, 02:40
Simply superb.

tim hitchins: well cheers Tony,most appreciated m8smile
  • Tracy
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 21 Jan 2009, 08:17
What a great shot Tim, you really are giving us some wonderful places to look atsmile
tim hitchins: yes Tracy there's Armscliff crag just around the corner too and the North Portal too, (tunnel shots)good area for a photo meet maybe one day?smile
Lovely picture Tim. I love the colour
tim hitchins: yes Bill i was fortunate enough to get just a hint of it which the long exposure sucked up delightfully, cheers m8.
Very nice - I do like smooth water shots.
tim hitchins: so glad you did Jimsmile
  • ÁDD
  • Spain
  • 21 Jan 2009, 09:48
I like it very much like you perceive the tranquility that offers us the environment. It is an instant in which to get lost. Very nice image.
tim hitchins: yes its a lovely place in which to immerse ones self in the beauty of what mother nature gives to us, oh i forgot to mention mans efforts too lol, cheerssmile
Very very good result, the 10mm is a dream to get creative picture (with your talent of course smile )
tim hitchins: well thank you very much matey most appreciatedsmile
What environment, beautiful, and really exciting place!
Here you have got very good depth in the picture, and the compositions are clock-clean, cozy dusk light!
Have a nice weekend Tim!
tim hitchins: yes Sussi it sure is and you too have a great weekendsmile
What a superb long exposure shot. I love the tones!
tim hitchins: most appreciated Richardsmile
What a beautiful capture! (:o)
tim hitchins: thank you very much Rosalynsmile
  • vintage
  • Australia
  • 21 Jan 2009, 10:38
I like the colour
tim hitchins: i thought you might vintage, cheerssmile
I like the way you have cropped this...it really shows the expance of the viaduct..Brilliant.
  • Harv
  • UK
  • 21 Jan 2009, 12:25
This is ab fab Tim.
tim hitchins: cheers Harvsmile
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 21 Jan 2009, 13:42
Simply superb, nothing else to add.
tim hitchins: well thats ok by me Louissmile too kind matey.
Nice image! The view and silky water is great. Just I think that 92 seconds is a bit short; it's rather dark (I'm a fan of bright).
tim hitchins: lol, it was getting dark and its a bit eerie down this stretch Paul, just wanted to get back to the car. Cheers Paulsmile
'Bridge over untroubled water' this is a real stonker tim ... to use Northern parlance. richard
tim hitchins: oh i don't mind at all mateysmile have a great day Richard.
  • Ada
  • United States
  • 21 Jan 2009, 16:12
I can't take your wonderful shots anymore Tim tongue....WATCH YOUR BACK!!!
tim hitchins: lol i willsmile too king Ada but i like itsmile
I do hope you will tell me where this lovely viaduct is Tim, didn't our forefathers build some lovely structures, more pleaing to look at than some modern ones.
tim hitchins: its in Arthington close to Pool in Wharfdale Brian and i couldn't agree more about our modern buildings i have being building them for 30years and have yet to work on one with any character whats so ever sadly, its all down to getting them up as quickly as possible these apartment blocks, put bars on the windows and you have cell block H, most of the 70s 80s architecture deserves to be pulled down and thankfully it issmile i take my hat off to the brickies/stonemasons that at least gave us something interesting to admire all those years ago. Enjoy your day Briansmile
One word Tim, Beautiful !!!
tim hitchins: that will do jimmysmilesmile
  • cathy
  • United States
  • 21 Jan 2009, 18:44
Absolutely beautiful photo. I love the water,trees, viaduct, depth----oh well, I guess I have to categorize it as a likeyed(smiling).
tim hitchins: lol well thank you very much Cathy, now didn't i hear you say you had being taking some photo's yourself? Have a nice day and lets hope your new President delivers ehsmile
It's a really nice place, and color is beautiful!!
tim hitchins: it is Victor and i was lucky to get just a hint of color in the skysmile cheers.
Wonderfull shot Tim.
tim hitchins: thank you very much Michael, most appreciatedsmile
Masterful Sir: just masterful!
tim hitchins: well i am not too sure about that but i like it Chris, enjoy your day mateysmile
  • blackdog
  • the 3rd Stone From the Sun
  • 21 Jan 2009, 20:40
You have pulled out all the stops for this one,ceartainly one of you best. Looks great in the panoramic crop you have used. Magical. Where is the viaduct?
  • Alan Rolfe
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 21 Jan 2009, 21:06
Beautiful, Tim, and some cracking colours, too. I like the sweep of the viaduct across the shot.
tim hitchins: yes Alan i was lucky with the color it was only there a short while so managed to fire off a few which turned out ok thankfully. Cheers Alansmile
  • paul
  • United Kingdom
  • 21 Jan 2009, 22:17
absolute cracker Tim
tim hitchins: most appreciated Paulsmile so happy you thought so matey.
  • anniedog
  • United Kingdom
  • 21 Jan 2009, 22:29
Wonderful shot Tim - love the glow on the water.
tim hitchins: MOST APPRECIATED INGRIDsmile
  • Ellie
  • England
  • 21 Jan 2009, 22:49
tim hitchins: well thank you very much Ellie happy you thought thatsmile
  • Ginnie
  • Atlanta, GA, United States
  • 22 Jan 2009, 02:51
The wide angle view makes this awesome, Tim. Bravo!
tim hitchins: you so kind Ginnie and i like itsmile have a nice day and lets all hope your new president does a better job than the last onesmile
This is awesome! Love the pinkish purple tint.
tim hitchins: so very happy you think that Shirin and i must say your work is excellent, bookmarkedsmile
more and more beautiful, I put it in awe
ciao tim,
tim hitchins: very much appreciated claudio and enjoy your daysmile
Very nice effect and tones! I like this!
  • Fabrice
  • France
  • 22 Jan 2009, 20:00
Beautiful photo, Tim. The framing, color, this atmosphere that has emerged, while I like about this picture! Bravo.
Stunning shot, really Noice composition.

Had a bit of a scare yesterday. PHEW!! a really close shave smilesmile
the tones are lovely and the composition very nice.
tim hitchins: well thank you very much Dawnsmile
Great composition, loike the water and pinky hue.
Hi Tim...great composition and sense of architecture, fused with translucent light. Working with architecture in this 1 x 3 format is tough at best, but you nail it here. Architectural photography has been my bread & butter for the last 30 years, and I've been fortunate to work on some of the most beautiful, old American campuses...we have many wonderful universities. Creating books for universities like Stanford, Cornell and UCLA has given me great respect for the stoneworkers and bricklayers who create these timeless structures (even many new designs). Do you work with stone as well as brick? I should invite you to Vermont to lay a wall with me smile I live in stone country..there are limestone and marble quarries just a few miles east, and I live right over some of the best slate in the world. Everybody has a slate roof here. But I'm just rambling now, so cheers!
tim hitchins: lol yes your rambling Alansmile oh i would love to jump on a plane and come build that wall for you shame i will have to win the lottery first, damn, bricklaying/stonemasons are two skills in there own right yes i can do it but they can do it better lol, oh i might start rambling here so i will just say, most appreciated Alan and have a nice daysmile
  • Ase
  • USA
  • 2 Feb 2009, 13:21
Lovely shot!! I love the water in the picture smile
tim hitchins: yes it does look rather nice dont itsmile cheers Ase.

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