Huddersfield Broad Canal by peadar

Huddersfield Broad Canal

This is the Huddersfield Broad Canal, which has featured here previously. The "Broad" refers to the 14' width of the locks, not the actual canal itself. These allowed two narrowboats to pass through at the same time, and thus increased average travel times - important when the canals were competing for freight business.

This has been processed in line with other Yorkshire series shots - desaturated, warm white balance, higher contrast, shadows corrected.

Previous shot from near here on the same canal: http://365project.org/peadar/365-2019-20/2019-10-15
Love your Yorkshire series shots. Very interesting and highly processed.
January 7th, 2020  
Nice country view
January 7th, 2020  
Love your composition for this photo, the info shared about it, and also the information re: the processing. So helpful for those of us just starting out in photography. Thanks, Peter! This is a fav!
January 7th, 2020  
It would be such an idyllic landscape, if the garage would have been build at a different location. Still a very nice picture!
January 7th, 2020  
@angelikavr Yes, I agree. I'm afraid I had neither the time nor skill to edit it out!
January 7th, 2020  
love your processing here Peter. Excellent composition and lighting
fav
January 7th, 2020  
bep
A lovely composition.
January 7th, 2020  
Great angle to take the shot!
January 8th, 2020  
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