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Skywatch Friday: Hyde 2003 (#2 of 2)

Posted by
sithenah (Greater Manchester/Cheshire, United Kingdom) on 16 May 2008 in Cityscape & Urban and Portfolio.

A view of Hyde Market Place taken 17th September 2003.

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FUJIFILM FinePix S602 ZOOM 1/500 second F/8.0 ISO 200 10 mm

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Anemone from trondheim, Norway

Great shot, from a supose a great city.
Nice weekendt wishes to you, comes here from Norway.

16 May 2008 7:34am

Quinttarantino from Joane, Portugal

Great and lovely sheltering sky!

16 May 2008 9:30am

Tom from Hyde, United Kingdom

Well Gerald you manage to make Hyde look quite nice here.. 10 out of 10 for that ;D... nearly another X over Hyde as well

16 May 2008 11:47am

@Tom: Not bad for a pic taken through a moving bus window - the original picture wasn't very brilliant but cropping it to concentrate on the sky has worked - incidentally it was taken within half a minute of the one I posted here last week.

Champ from United States

Beautiful shot!!

16 May 2008 12:17pm

Kelly from United States

A beautiful blue! The buildings stand out so sharply against the sky!

16 May 2008 2:42pm

imac from United Kingdom

Nice framed sky Gerald.

16 May 2008 4:50pm

suzi-k from South Africa

this is a lovely shot, with many interesting elements that all work well together.

16 May 2008 5:23pm

petunia from Norway


16 May 2008 6:47pm

Daniel J Santos from Portugal

great perspective, great image.

16 May 2008 8:30pm

Neva from United States

It really is a pretty blue sky. Nice job ...and if you took that out of a shooting!

17 May 2008 2:55pm

Ronnie 2¢ from London, United Kingdom

I notice the old Abbey National logo . . how time flies!

18 May 2008 9:32am

@Ronnie 2¢: at least it is still open

Princess Haiku from United States

Hi Acky,
This view belongs to the eye of the sky. Lovely.

19 May 2008 6:25am

1/500 second
ISO 200
10 mm