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    After a very successful meet at Brimham Rocks recently, photographs here, organised by @Mardybum and attended by @robphotographer @Phil-D, @randomwindows and myself it was suggested and unanimously voted that we have monthly Leeds (and local) meets.

    The next one is scheduled for the 22 November and the thread is here.

    So, here is where we all make suggestions for locations, what techniques we want to do/try/learn and suggested monthly dates.

    I don't think there is the facility to see how many TP members are from Leeds (and local) but I know there will be plenty, so to paraphrase Tim Leary, Tune In, Turn On and Tog Out :)

    Cheers all.
     
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    dont forget @randomwindows was the one who drove me to the meet and home again haha
     
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    I'd be up for doing city stuff ,maybe round the docks at night time etc but am limited to weekend evenings as finish late from work most evenings..grr ! be interested in any landscape stuff as well, architecture .Would love to offer suggestions as to the " where" but no marginally less area's around Leeds than I do around my home town :)
     
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    A coastal meet would be interesting I think. Saturday afternoon on the coast (wrapped up warm) then after dark 5.30ish a bit of light painting on the moors at Rosedale Abbey?
     
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    I have been having a browse and saved some ideas to my pinterest from photos i have seen regarding light painting etc, its a pretty amazing creativity world is our oyster as they say
     
  7. posiview

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    Nice one, Lynne.

    I'd need plenty of advanced warning for such a trip othwerwise Jackie will won't be happy :)

    I use Pintrest a lot - it's a great resource.

    Cheers.
     
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    Coastal meet i am up for but would need notice as work etc...i dont think a coastal then Rosedale abbey shoot in same night would work though as its quite a trek driving(well for those driving that is) I still need to go to whitby as i never been :(
     
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    Is Pinterest pretty much the same as flickr? What's different ?
     
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    I rarely look for photograph on Flickr but do on Pinterest. I really like how Pinterest is organised and how you can create boards on different subjects, add to then, follow others boards, pin from them and the web in general.

    Would not be without it...:)

    Cheers.
     
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    having lost my mojo a bit am keen to get back out there so will be watching with interest, and may well make one in for Roundhay park as its not somewhere i've been
     
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    Flickr is your own personal work, as with pinterest you can search for inspiration with anything, i have boards with pins for food recipes and also graphic design stuff, like a digital mood board
     
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    Are you from Leeds? as if u never been to roundhay park :O
     
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    Wakefield , and no never been that far over
     
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    Its a lovely spot in the summer, i go running there as i only live down road got plenty of photos there in past
     
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    Temple Newsam is on my door step
     
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    That is also an amazing park, i had a driving lesson down there last monday looked amazing with all autumn colours on trees
     
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    Especially at night with wire wool...:) Linky

    Twil be good to see you again Liz..: Thumbs:
     
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    Especially when some nice dog walker finds your whisk the day after lol
     
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    That's where I bumped into you in spring I think? You were taking the spaniels for a walk....
     
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    Probably,,, best dog walking place around,,,, now if you fancy having a go at fast moving dog photography on one of these meets that can be arranged,,, I have 7 and all are up for playing ball throwing,,, posing etc, although this time of year that would need to be in daylight
     
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    I would be up for that i love dogs
     
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    Hopefully i can get to one or two of these if they tie in to when i am in the area :)
     
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    They are available,,, just tennis balls and biscuits required,,, which I can supply
     
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    Well next meet is set up so join us (y)

    Linky

    Any thoughts for the January meet :D

    Cheers.
     
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    January needs to be a daytime meet I reckon, if nothing else we'll be able to see each other!!!!
    How about a RSPB St Aidens or Fairburn Ings walk about? Meet around 1pm for a few hours?
     
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    St Aidens is a nice walk and normally plenty of things to photograph
     
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    So Rich, you want to see Andy......well here's your wish!........you too can have nightmares...... like the rest of us have done in this years TP52 challenge :runaway:

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    I am much for a daytime meet in january i have a week off at the start of the month
     
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    I've not been there for a while, Phil, but would be up for it.

    Cheers.
     
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    Not sure about him being ON TO something, more like just ON something...... Crackpot !!!!
     
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    Nice photo to btw. I passed at 7.30 this morning it was like a mirror, coming back around 3.30 was not as calm.
     
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    I'd be up for it I'll pay whoever dares to give me a lift for petrol ha and laughter you'll get good stories from me of my drunken antics at my staff party
     
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    Nice photo btw phil
     
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    Cheers Rich, its not very often you see the water so calm on Scammy, its a windy old 'ole, .......exif says taken at 4.04pm, but it was 3.04, so again, you were driving past when we were there ..............spooky! :runaway:........................:LOL:
     
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    Haha, I did see a 4x4 parked over the motorway but wasn't sure if it was yours or not.....
     

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