Tuesday, 5 April 2011

Viewpoint


I have less time than usual to get out and about taking new photos, but I realised that I could also reprise a few of the earlier posts from my blog.  I used to post photos quite small too, so it will be good to see some at the larger size I now use.  This one shows the famous Bingley Five-Rise Locks from the top of the 'staircase',  looking towards Bingley.  You can see the red-brick shed I had in my photo yesterday (though that was a more recent photo).  Click here to go back to my original post for this picture.

11 comments:

  1. What a difference it makes to be able to post ones pictures in a larger size!

    Thinking of you!

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  2. The perspective you choosed give us the feeling to be in the boat, about to cross that locks. Impressive!

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  3. It always amazes me that these locks and canals were built so long ago.

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  4. I think its a fine idea to reprise some of the images you featured at the very beginning, I can't think of a single one of them that isn't worth looking at again.

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  5. Interesting vantage point. I find canals and locks very interesting. They are marvels of engineering, for their time.

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  6. Smashing vista...ah! to be in them thar hills!

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  7. Excellent photo of the lock- looks like a flying contraption.
    Nice mill in the background. I used to live in Millhouses, so I appreciate mills.

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  8. What a beautiful clear day this was. You have piqued my interest in Saltaire.
    nellie

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  9. Oh, how beautiful!

    I'm like you..the earlier posts have such small photos. I guess I didn't know how to enlarge them back then!

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  10. I've had a great time traveling the world through your photos tonight! (I usually look at your other blog.) I have had the time to take photos, but the delay in spring is making me uninspired...Wisconsin is still pretty brown and cold!

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  11. It is a nice composition, Jenny. Like you, I started with smaller photos and moved to larger ones around the beginning of the year. I like big pix much more.

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