Hampstead Heath

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  1. a_spaceman

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    here are three shots i took in hapstead heath during a charming stroll started on suicide bridge, though waterlow park, highgate cemetery to hampstead heath (parliament hill).
    they are from the first film coming out of my minolta srt101b. they are very basic shots i took to get friendly with the camera, but any kind of c&c is more than welcome!
    i wanted to post them all together but not all of them fit in the landscape/cityscape category.
    anyway, here they are...!

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    Wow, awesome! I really like the sky in #2 and 3, and #1 has a very nice feel to it.
     
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    thanks!
    about number one, the scan doesn't make it justice colour wise, as the print has in my opinion a better sunset feel to it... wish i could share the print! ;)
     
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    Yea, I wish I could see it. You mean #2, right?
     
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    nope, number one. the light reflecting on the wood of the bench is more orengey and sunset-like.
    it was mid afternoon and the november sun was hitting it from pretty down low (all these photos have been taken in a 10 minute span more or less, to give you the idea)
     

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