Thanks for the tip on how to use the polarizing filter. I appreciate it. Yes, I did turn it around, but I noticed when I got home that some images had a very deep blue sky colour in one of the upper corners and nowhere else. It just didn't look natural. I guess you just have to practice, and stay conscious of what you're doing.
Take care, Marit
Thanks for your comment on my pic. Yes it was taken last year. I have not had chance to take any for a while so was looking through some old ones. Decided to put this one up. Not had any real autumn days yet to get some good photos. I will try again this weekend!
Hi Dominic, Thanks for your comments re the sunset in Yorkshire photos, yep, you are right re the longer exposure, my problem was no tripod, no time and a fast dissapearing sun, it was almost a candid shot, however thanks for the comment.
Thanks for the nice comment on my B&W castle. This was one of my first attempts at finding an image suited for B&W conversion, so that meant a lot.
You have some really nice landscapes and I also like the village/cottage captures. I think my favourite is Clergy house. Something about the light and the peaceful autumn mood.