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Another from my jaunt to see the plane wrecks on Bleaklow. It amazed me how they weren't buried more in the peat.
The plane was named Over Exposed hence the title
Really like the control on the exposure here Richard. The name is an apt warning on how images that are over exposed crash and burn... (inwardly groans)..
Intriguing image. Andy
Groooannnnnnnnnn very outwardly at Adam
Like the DoF mate and the processing feels pretty good too, is it HDR?
tis a bit of hdr, just to bring in the textures in the ground. I'll pop the unprocessed one in the b&a.
Quote: Groooannnnnnnnnn very outwardly at Adam
Ah, its only 'cause I got their first!
... just thought I'd ask, Richard
Possibly, Adam ... but now we'll never know
Nice shot, I like this, well done.
This is great to see, am amazed the parts have not been taken away. There are several crash sites right here on my doorstep, Cross Fell and the hills around it have several crash sites. The scar they make on impact takes so long to heal, amazing given the nature of the ground.
thanks for the comments guys
Are these WWII crashes Richard?
I like the barrenness of it, almost like 'nothing has grown there since the tragedy' stuff.
it is a WWII crash, and was a reconnaisance [sp?] plane
The sites are amazing as the ground is completely dead and nothing will grow on it. There is also bits and bobs of plane, metal etc which is mixed in with the peat moorland. They even found a wedding ring at this site apparantly!
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