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    Dawn to Dusk in Purbeck

    I went away for the weekend to Purbeck/Swanage and happily it seems a great place to go with a camera so I thought I'd share some of my efforts, I took a whole load of photos these are a fairly arbitrary selection. Any C&C welcome, although I know there are too many.


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    Re: Dawn to Dusk in Purbeck

    very nice images richard, theres none there i dont like they all have some great qualities, i love that last one almost looks like a helicopter is above causing the circle, oh and the teddy.....thats not from a school project is it? i know we have to take one with us some times

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    Re: Dawn to Dusk in Purbeck

    All very nice shots and great use of colour in the first and last images.

    I'm quite a fan of the black and white teddy. It is a very powerful shot and evokes a sense of sadness and loneliness. Excellent work

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    Re: Dawn to Dusk in Purbeck

    It is a really great place, I think #1 is my favourite but I like them all.

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    Re: Dawn to Dusk in Purbeck

    The teddy is something of a family tradition, when we were children we took photos and videos of teddies when on holiday in odd places such as mountain peaks, I have somewhere a video of a Bedouin tribes man in an Omani desert shaking hand/paw with my younger brothers teddy . I revived the tradition a couple of years ago when my employer had a competition for photos of the company's branded 'Help for Heroes' charity bear in odd places (I never entered the competition though).

    Thanks Soozie I was wondering about putting up a shot of a teddy bear in public. I have a whole stock of photos like the first one now, I got a bit carried away.

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    Re: Dawn to Dusk in Purbeck

    They are all fantastic Richard.

    I'd suggest though to only present similar photos in one thread and if needed group your photos in multiple posts. It is better for us the viewers to evaluate and keep the particular feeling thematic photos give. In this case I think that the teddy bear photos don't fit to your wonderful landscapes.

    Only mention it because I like your images a lot!

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    Re: Dawn to Dusk in Purbeck

    Good photos, I love the seventh picture!!

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    Re: Dawn to Dusk in Purbeck

    A great set of images and I like them all.

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    Re: Dawn to Dusk in Purbeck

    My favorite is also #7.

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    Re: Dawn to Dusk in Purbeck

    Quote Originally Posted by Soozie B View Post
    I'm quite a fan of the black and white teddy.
    I'm with Soozie

    Quote Originally Posted by RichB View Post
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    They are a good set of images, but, for me, this one has real stamp of originality and individuality on it. It's a well thought-out image, well composed, well shot and well presented in its B & W form.

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