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Whitby In The Fog Gallery

Awesome atmospheric pictures taken by Whitby’s number 1 photographer Glenn Kilpatrick. This set of 7 shots is getting rave reviews in the photographic world.

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The best selection of natural shots Ive seen this year Glenn. Up there with the very best – Mr Hoooyah

 

Simply Awesome Glenn, I knew you were good, but these are spectacular works of art – Matt Hart

 

I havent seen many better pictures this decade Glenn. Your one of the finest up and coming photographers around – Ross Hoddinott

 
Im sure fellow photographers will understand that taking shots of such quality in the fog is extreme hard work. It has taken me many years to get to this level of personal excellence. Im absolutely over the moon with the atmosphere created in my amazing work. Even if I do say so myself, im probably the best photographer in town and my work is just lightyears ahead of that shoddy nonsense you see on that Facetweet thing.

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Whitby Abbey In the Fog

Whitby Abbey In the Fog

Whitby Abbey In The Fog. Sept 2014. ISO 100, F9, 50mm Cannon Prime


 
St Marys Church – Mist At Day Break

Whitby Abbey In the Fog

St Marys Church And Graveyard In The Early Morning Mist. Sept 2014. ISO 100, F11, 12mm Sigma 10-20


 

Church Street On A Dusky Evening Through The Fog

Whitby Abbey In the Fog

Church Street On A Dusky Evening Through The Fog Sept 2014. ISO 100, F11, 20mm Sigma 10-20


 

Whitby Harbour Atmospheric Boats In The Fog

Whitby Abbey In the Fog

Whitby Harbour Atmospheric Boats In The Fog Sept 2014. ISO 100, F11, 20mm Sigma 10-20


 

Whitby Harbour Atmospheric Boats In The Fog

Whitby Abbey In the Fog

Whitby Harbour Atmospheric Boats In The Fog Sept 2014. ISO 100, F11, 20mm Sigma 10-20


 

WhaleBones And Captain Cook Monument In The Fog

Whitby Abbey In the Fog

WhaleBones And Captain Cook Monument In The Fog Sept 2014. ISO 100, F11, 20mm Sigma 10-20


 

Spion Cop To Whitby Piers In the Fog.

Whitby Abbey In the Fog

Spion Cop To Whitby Piers In the Fog. Sept 2014. ISO 100, F11, 20mm Sigma 10-20


 

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By | 2014-09-24T18:43:00+00:00 September 22nd, 2014|Categories: Buildings, Featured, Moors, Photographers, Whitby Photographs|9 Comments

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  1. Glyn Fletcher September 19, 2014 at 9:12 pm - Reply

    Great set of pics 🙂

  2. Phil Haigh September 19, 2014 at 9:54 pm - Reply

    Almost taken in there Glenn when I saw Joe Cornish mentioned.

  3. harrythecod@msn.com September 20, 2014 at 8:42 am - Reply

    i may be of the old school but i just dont get it ,seven of the same fogy blue fog !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. CYNTHIA GEE September 20, 2014 at 6:34 pm - Reply

    JUST GREAT PHOTOS, I WAS THERE ON HOLIDAYS AND YOUR PHOTOS JUST CAPTURED THE MOMENTS, FOR ALL FOUR DAYS, THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES

    • Real Whitby Webmaster September 21, 2014 at 12:51 pm - Reply

      Thanks so much Cynthia for your lovely feedback, Im so pleased you loved the pea soup fog that has given us soo much pleasure this past week.

  5. Anne September 24, 2014 at 9:16 am - Reply

    Hilarious:). 🙂

  6. Bob Purvis September 25, 2014 at 5:19 pm - Reply

    Just out of this world Glenn, you have not only captured that one moment in time but you have
    defined how beautiful Whitby really is. I particularly like the one of the Abbey mystifying in all manner of speaking……I hope you don’t mind but I have copied the one of the Abbey and it has pride of place in my drawing room ….keep it up young man and you will soon be talked about all over the photographers forums…….

  7. AnTon February 13, 2016 at 6:12 pm - Reply

    Seems like a nice guy, who obviously is very ttelnaed. Love the artwork.I would like to start to do abstracts, just not sure how or where to begin.I really like the studio too, looks like a great place to work.

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