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The sun was setting behind me when I took this up at Twistleton Scar, but I preferred to watch this colourful display over towards Ingleborough...
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beautiful, soft illumination Jeanie
first to love this
First lover then
PS Damn Mike!
Yep, great colours and soft light.
A terrific shot.
Thank you Mike, Jouko, Dave and Dave..
Delicate and subtle light, lovely landscape.
What wonderful light, Jeanie, well captured. Carol
Great tones and textures.Brilliant shot.
What great last light
Like the details and tones in this Jeanie - well captured.
Blimy a lot of Daves here
Just throwing in my tuppenceworth and to say " Love it"
Thank you Phil, Carol, Paul, Brian, Bob, Richard, Dave!!!(hehe) and Anne..
Both lovely sky tones AND detail in the foreground rocks
whats this??? A bit of LTS from a woman??? what is the world coming too get back in the kicthen x x
A cracker this Jeanie and a reminder to go back there myself sooon
A superb image
Thank you Sandra, Angie, Mark, Les and Andrew..
Angie I am not so sure about the kitchen. having a huge fight with the ivy in the garden... Nearly won.. just cant reach the top stuff even with a ladder!
Such a beautiful place and the shot is just as beautiful
Thank you Dawn
Definately the way to face Jeanie, beautiful sky. Ron.
Stunning composition with superb tones.
The light on those rocks in the background is so beautifull......definately the way to face
Hi Jeanie...that is BEAUTIFUL...GREAT photo...
Beautiful composition, marvellous light and colours.
Just beautiful! Love the rocks, the tree, the sky, everything about it.
Well done you for putting up a lone tree today of all days
Thanks Ron, Paul, Peter, Dimitri, Andrew and Sue.
Heh - dunno what you mean, Sue
A wonderful shot
I detect a theme developing...
Thanks Lesley and Darren..
No idea what you could mean by that, Graham...
There's a man who needs to learn some respect, Sis!
BTW - - - isn't that MY tree, but from a different angle
I think he has learnt his lesson, Fran
as for tree - no idea... took this after my op a couple of years ago.... if this is your secret location, there are a few trees there...
It's one of my favourite spots and this shows it off well. I particularly like the colour contrast between the pink sky and the bluer light on the foreground.
I had a mind to go up to this place today. Looking at this I curse the burden of work
Thanks John and Melanie.
Work, always getting in the way, Melanie!
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