Photo-a-Day (Saturday, 22nd September, 2012)
Photo: Margaret Wall (Nikon D5100. 18-55mm lens)
Lovely photo, fall colours,Winter Hill in the background. What could be better?
What a lovely photo Margaret. Just enough light to make th stubble a nice golden colour. Well done!! A blast from the past for me. Thankyou!! Cheers
Won`t be long now, Margaret, before the leaves fall off most trees, except oak and evergreens. Which way are we looking?
Thats realy good.
Lovely Golden colours. Thank you Margaret.
Ernest the houses that you can on the left see will be Shevy and then Winter hill
Hello again Margaret..and I agree..that is a lovely shot.
Very nice Margaret!
Nice to see a photo from the ladies,lovely pic Margaret.
That's a lovely shot - and the little blob of red sets it off nicely.
Thank you so much everyone for your nice comments. I love photography, it's a fantastic hobby but I'm still very much a learner and the more I learn, the more I realise how little I know!
If the farm machines had been the other way around it would have been port and starboard.
Very nice Margaret ,crisp and clear lovely photo.
Another lovely "jigsaw"picture.
Mick thanks re your comment at 10:52. You`ve lost me re your comment at 18:16.
Have you read my comment I put on your yesterday`s P-a-D at 03:06 this morning?
Very clever Mick - depends though, if you're making way upstream or downstream.
Yes Ernest I read your coomnets.
Red and Green lights/colours mean Port and Starboard on ships and aircraft.
Whats coomnets, Mick? Nets for a new sort of fish?
OK Mick, I follow, but Skeets has lost me! How can it depend on way you are going?
Mick, have you come across POSH?
Copy and paste :-
Yes Ernest I know POSH I was at sea for 22 years.
What was your job at sea, Mick?
You`ve got DH struggling for something to say ! He`s made many a slip when typing.
Ernest, I'm just being a bit lighthearted. The way the machines are placed now in the pic, would mean you are travelling downstream, if you put 'em the other way around - as Mick said, you would be travelling upstream.