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Old Nov 10, 2006, 12:41 PM   #1
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this is a wide shot showing the mill town of "slaithwaite", for the Brits on here its where "where the heart is" was filmed, also the place where i was born.

anyway the entire valley was once full of textile mills making cloth to send all over the world, even though there still looks to be plenty of mills, i can assure you that there are as many that have gone when the textile industry collapsed, but one thing that supprised me was how green the area still looks

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ps i know its not very picturesque but thought id share it





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Old Nov 10, 2006, 1:16 PM   #2
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''but one thing that supprised me was how green the area still looks'' ...which is a priceless legacy you've taken over.
Gary, that's again a well exposed neat image from you, which is tastefully composed, as usual Still, I doubt if this could be among the best possible frames for your work..
Well done, mate!
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Gary your usual great shot, no wow factor for me, as you know and live in the same area, but i still love the panoramic styleshots, one thing i would have done is cloned out is the red van,front and left!!. Graham
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Old Nov 11, 2006, 11:52 AM   #4
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yeah i see the van dude ! :-) i tend to leave stuff as is unless it really bugs me, after all someone who sees it may be proud their van is on the picture LOL, would remove it for a sale though !

i did spend a fair amout of time in that bottom corner as the image was a fair bit short, the trees are not there at all in life its more houses and didnt want to crop that much off entire shot so made up with filling in with trees

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Picturesque or not, it's still a great pano!

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