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Favourite photos in October '18

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Myeongdong in Seoul, South Korea ... a shopper's paradise (I think I broke the mantra of 'shooting local'... oh well! :ph34r:)

 

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We were cycling past Toul cathedral when I noticed this grey heron standing by the side of the river. Had to take two photos and combine to get a sharp focus on the bird and church.

 

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That was my last pics for October:

 

Darwin, Australia. 31st Oct, 2018. Children walk by the Halloween decorations in Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia - 2018.10.31 - Credit: Regis Martin/Alamy Live News Stock Photo

 

Darwin, Australia. 31st Oct, 2018. Children walk by the Halloween decorations in Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia - 2018.10.31 - Credit: Regis Martin/Alamy Live News Stock Photo

 

Darwin, Australia. 31st Oct, 2018. Children walk by the Halloween decorations in Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia - 2018.10.31 - Credit: Regis Martin/Alamy Live News Stock Photo

 

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Low Force waterfall from the Pennine Way. Bowlees, Teesdale, North Pennines AONBnorth-pennines-aonb-landscape-panoramic-view-of-low-force-waterfall-teesdale-from-the-pennine-way-with-autumn-colours-and-bright-sunshine-PYX3NF.jpg

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7 hours ago, Richard Laidler said:

Low Force waterfall from the Pennine Way. Bowlees, Teesdale, North Pennines AONB

 

Lovely shot!  While High Force is more dramatic, the light and autumn colour at Low Force provide a more attractive scene.

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Three more shots from South Korea.. this time we are in Haeundae, a district of the city of Busan.

 

Haeundae Market as the light starts to fail for the day.

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Haeundae Beach at night

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Looking across a pedestrian crossing down one of the main streets in Haeundae.

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12 hours ago, Bryan said:

 

Lovely shot!  While High Force is more dramatic, the light and autumn colour at Low Force provide a more attractive scene.

 

Thanks very much Bryan. I quite agree with you, IMO its a much more attractive setting albeit not as dramatic as its bigger sister further upstream. I'm particularly pleased with this one because its actually 3 shots (hand held at that!) on an 18-135 zoom at 18mm, with the camera in the vertical position, merged in Lightroom to create a panorama then post-processed to produce this final result.

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