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Re: Waterscapes
« Reply #405 on: July 16, 2014, 04:58:59 AM »
Here are a few images of Haweswater Resevoir in Cumbria I took as part of a commission of the British Company United Utilities

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Haweswater Reservoir, Derelict Barn, Corpse Road, Cumbria by TomScottPhoto, on Flickr

Haweswater Reservoir, Derelict Barn, Corpse Road, Cumbria by TomScottPhoto, on Flickr

Haweswater Reservoir, Corpse Road, Cumbria by TomScottPhoto, on Flickr

Haweswater Reservoir, Corpse Road, Cumbria by TomScottPhoto, on Flickr

Haweswater Reservoir, Cumbria by TomScottPhoto, on Flickr

Haweswater Reservoir, Cumbria by TomScottPhoto, on Flickr

Haweswater Tower, Haweswater Resevoir, Cumbria by TomScottPhoto, on Flickr

Haweswater Tower, Haweswater Resevoir, Cumbria by TomScottPhoto, on Flickr

Haweswater moonscape, Haweswater Reservoir, Derelict Barn, Corpse Road, Cumbria by TomScottPhoto, on Flickr

This one is completely lit by the moon shot at 11-30pm, the night before the super moon last week.

Haweswater Reservoir Sunrise, Cumbria by TomScottPhoto, on Flickr

Sunrise
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Re: Waterscapes
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Re: Waterscapes
« Reply #406 on: July 17, 2014, 04:50:50 PM »

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Re: Waterscapes
« Reply #407 on: July 19, 2014, 07:09:58 AM »
From last week's fullmoon.


Tranquillity by ARSiega, on Flickr
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Re: Waterscapes
« Reply #408 on: July 19, 2014, 01:49:10 PM »
Here are a few images of Haweswater Resevoir in Cumbria I took as part of a commission of the British Company United Utilities

5DMKIII with 16-35mm F2.8 MKII, 70-200mm F2.8 IS MKII and Polariser and 10 stop ND

Haweswater Reservoir, Derelict Barn, Corpse Road, Cumbria by TomScottPhoto, on Flickr

Haweswater Reservoir, Derelict Barn, Corpse Road, Cumbria by TomScottPhoto, on Flickr

Haweswater Reservoir, Corpse Road, Cumbria by TomScottPhoto, on Flickr

Haweswater Reservoir, Corpse Road, Cumbria by TomScottPhoto, on Flickr

Haweswater Reservoir, Cumbria by TomScottPhoto, on Flickr

Haweswater Reservoir, Cumbria by TomScottPhoto, on Flickr

Haweswater Tower, Haweswater Resevoir, Cumbria by TomScottPhoto, on Flickr

Haweswater Tower, Haweswater Resevoir, Cumbria by TomScottPhoto, on Flickr

Haweswater moonscape, Haweswater Reservoir, Derelict Barn, Corpse Road, Cumbria by TomScottPhoto, on Flickr

This one is completely lit by the moon shot at 11-30pm, the night before the super moon last week.

Haweswater Reservoir Sunrise, Cumbria by TomScottPhoto, on Flickr

Sunrise


That's a very nice serie!
What is the story about the tower? What is it? part of a lost castle?
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Re: Waterscapes
« Reply #409 on: July 19, 2014, 01:50:21 PM »
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Re: Waterscapes
« Reply #410 on: July 19, 2014, 01:53:45 PM »
From last week's fullmoon.


Tranquillity by ARSiega, on Flickr


Great photo! Nice results with the 70D and 800 ISO
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Re: Waterscapes
« Reply #411 on: July 21, 2014, 06:42:16 AM »
@candyman, thank you.

The Mosedale valley had a village in the middle before it was flooded and dammed to make a reservoir in 1929, creating a supply of water for Manchester. They removed and relocated the village, there was a church and made the water tower out of the old church. The water tower houses the Dam control.

Few more from Haweswater Cumbria

Haweswater Resevoir, Cumbria by TomScottPhoto, on Flickr

Haweswater Resevoir, Cumbria by TomScottPhoto, on Flickr

My camping spot

Haweswater Resevoir, Corpse Road, Cumbria by TomScottPhoto, on Flickr

Haweswater Resevoir, Corpse Road, Cumbria by TomScottPhoto, on Flickr

Moonlit

Moonlit Haweswater Resevoir, Corpse Road, Cumbria by TomScottPhoto, on Flickr

Moonlit Haweswater Resevoir, Corpse Road, Cumbria by TomScottPhoto, on Flickr

Haweswater Resevoir, Corpse Road, Cumbria by TomScottPhoto, on Flickr

Haweswater Resevoir, Cumbria by TomScottPhoto, on Flickr

Haweswater Dam

Haweswater Resevoir, Cumbria by TomScottPhoto, on Flickr
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Re: Waterscapes
« Reply #412 on: July 21, 2014, 08:53:28 AM »
Great spot for camping. Lovely pictures.

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Re: Waterscapes
« Reply #413 on: July 21, 2014, 09:59:44 AM »

Fog Bank on the North Saskatchewan River
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Re: Waterscapes
« Reply #414 on: July 21, 2014, 11:18:04 AM »
Andrew Haydon Park in Ottawa. Shot is facing West on the Ottawa River.


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Re: Waterscapes
« Reply #415 on: July 21, 2014, 11:39:17 AM »
Thanks candyman.

That's the best I can get out of the Canon EF 75-300 USM III, soft lens, given to me almost for free. Gonna upgrade my tele soon, as I'm starting to use it more and more. :)
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Re: Waterscapes
« Reply #416 on: July 21, 2014, 11:48:58 AM »
@candyman, thank you.

The Mosedale valley had a village in the middle before it was flooded and dammed to make a reservoir in 1929, creating a supply of water for Manchester. They removed and relocated the village, there was a church and made the water tower out of the old church. The water tower houses the Dam control.


That's an interesting story. Never thought the tower was part of a church.


Nice followup serie. I like the camping spot. Not afraid that with a storm you will get stones on the tent?
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Re: Waterscapes
« Reply #417 on: July 21, 2014, 11:50:54 AM »
Thanks candyman.

That's the best I can get out of the Canon EF 75-300 USM III, soft lens, given to me almost for free. Gonna upgrade my tele soon, as I'm starting to use it more and more. :)


Right...and the upgrade will be 70-300L? It is a wonderful lens
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Re: Waterscapes
« Reply #418 on: July 21, 2014, 12:02:15 PM »
@candyman, thank you.

The Mosedale valley had a village in the middle before it was flooded and dammed to make a reservoir in 1929, creating a supply of water for Manchester. They removed and relocated the village, there was a church and made the water tower out of the old church. The water tower houses the Dam control.


That's an interesting story. Never thought the tower was part of a church.


Nice followup serie. I like the camping spot. Not afraid that with a storm you will get stones on the tent?

Sorry it wasn't made from the left over of the church it was made with its parts after being dismantled.

Well those derelict barn buildings have sat for 150+ years, so no not really. Dry stone walling is very strong and stands the test of time :) each stone is very heavy and would take quite a storm to remove them. Of corse I made sure there were no loose stones on the top before pitching!
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Re: Waterscapes
« Reply #419 on: July 22, 2014, 09:56:32 AM »
Hi Tom.
Do I detect a bit of the graphic designer popping out in these two, cloud formation looks very similar, but the top one seems to be over a very grey sky whereas the bottom one is blue. Or is it just the typical, wait a few minutes and the season you want will be here, changeable weather?
Very nice either way.

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@candyman, thank you.

The Mosedale valley had a village in the middle before it was flooded and dammed to make a reservoir in 1929, creating a supply of water for Manchester. They removed and relocated the village, there was a church and made the water tower out of the old church. The water tower houses the Dam control.

Few more from Haweswater Cumbria

Haweswater Resevoir, Cumbria by TomScottPhoto, on Flickr

Haweswater Resevoir, Cumbria by TomScottPhoto, on Flickr

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Re: Waterscapes
« Reply #419 on: July 22, 2014, 09:56:32 AM »