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F260 The Scott monument



F261 We went up to but decided not to go into the castle...



F262



F263 Dreaming of...



F264 The writers museum (P225, but Pieter refers to the next shot I guess)



F265 Family ties



F266 A last view on the castle



F267 The Polish soldier monument in IR



F268 Domien was real good friends with the bear



F268 From all angles


So far for Edinburgh !

 



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Originally posted by Dopol Dopol wrote:



I took over 2.500 photos and culled them down to about 1.000. Some more to go).



I ended up with a gross number of 3000 , including bracketing with still some 1200 left. But this number will come further down as well
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Originally posted by pegelli pegelli wrote:

I hope you had a good weekend out Fred, and your catch-up is swift. I know the feeling

Fred, your Dean Village and Dean Bridge series is lovely but from the night scenes especially F235 and F243 are outstanding!



Thanks Pieter! The weekend (Montpellier) was OK, more work in Lightroom the coming days

I'll continue my catch up round

F246 D183 in IR



F247 And some more IR shots from the cemetery



F248



F249



F250



F251 Just the lost bike from D184



F252 The train (P221) in motion



F253 The cemetery in colour



F254 D187 from a different angle



F255



F256 Autumn is coming



F257 It wasn't easy to get a nice capture of this fountain (and without other photographers )



F258 The bagpipes (P223 ) again



F259 The national gallery of Scotland (F244) in daylight



Just a few more to follow from Edinburgh before we go on the ferry again.




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Post Options Post Options   Quote pegelli Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07 November 2023 at 19:12
I hope you had a good weekend out Fred, and your catch-up is swift. I know the feeling

Domien, D190 (the 2nd ) and D196 stand out to me. I still remember the D196 scene but didn't take a photo from there.


Fred, your Dean Village and Dean Bridge series is lovely but from the night scenes especially F235 and F243 are outstanding!


Here's my last series from our saturdaymorning walk in Edinburgh

p224: Town houses in the Castle area



p225: Writers Museum (Fred has another exciting photo from this place)



p226: A famous Scottsman



p227: My version of D193 (Edinburgh Waverly)



p228: The Usher Hall



And let me share two jokes:

p229: Suddenly we were with five

And no Alan, we din't loose any significant weight during our stay on Skye


p230: Spot the differences vs. D194


p225: A6000 + Sony E10-18/4
all others A7ii + Tamron 28-200 Di III RXD


Edited by pegelli - 07 November 2023 at 19:20
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And some of my night shots. The cemetry shots from Pieter and DOmien came out much better than mine

F233



F234



F235



F236 Cemetry in IR



F237 Pieter shooting the castle



F238



F239



F240



F241



F242



F243



F244



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D193: It's in central Edinburgh but it's known as Edinburgh Waverley.
D195: I see you all lost a lot of weight on the Skye hills!
 



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Good to see you kept it going guys while I was a weekend away.
Thanks for all the kind comments from everyone too.


I'll have to catch up now, let's see what I can add.
I took a few more from the Deam bridge area before we went for dinner and continued in the dark


F222 Anothetr school



F223 And its name



F224



F225



F226 P204 slightly wider


F227


F228



F229 Here F225 from a different angle



F230 View from the bridge



F231


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Post Options Post Options   Quote Dopol Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07 November 2023 at 15:29
Thanks for the comments

I like P218, the one shot that shows it all.

to Howard: I took over 2.500 photos and culled them down to about 1.000. Some more to go).

A few last shots of Edinburgh before we went for the ferry.

D189 Ross fountain in the Princes Street Gardens


D190 Ross bandstand (open-air stadium)



D190 Flower Clock


At first, I didn't think much of it. Then it turned out to be an export product

D191


D192 Just for sure


D193 Edinburgh Central Station


D194 Wojtek the soldier Bear Memorial


D195 Spare groups shot


D196 Having Lunch



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Edited by Dopol - 07 November 2023 at 15:57
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cemetery with a really nice view :)
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Continuing our morning walk through Edinburgh

p218: Busy morning at Shandwick Pl, coffee bike, bikers, corpse, coloured cow with part of two churches and the castle in the background



p219: Cemetery and castle



p220: Erosion taking its toll



p221: Another train behind the cemetery wall (just exited Edinburgh Waverly station)



p222: Ross fountain in the Princes Street Gardens



p223: Earplugs please (he was also wearing them)


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I really like the mood of D183 :)
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Originally posted by Dopol Dopol wrote:

D186 Sad
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Originally posted by Dopol Dopol wrote:

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Post Options Post Options   Quote pegelli Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 05 November 2023 at 12:17
I like the Dutch (coffee) bakfiets Domien. Great processing

Thanks Howard, I knew the double telephonebox was "fake", but I found it interesting anyway

My total images before culling was 1565, after deleting the obvious failures (technical/composition/duplicates) there are 1327 left in my LR catalog. Of those I think less than 20% will end up in this thread and some others in different threads.
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