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I took this shot above the more traditional viewpoint of looking at the tree through the gap. I wanted to show the contours of the land on which Hadrian's Wall is built.
Beautiful light and original viewpoint make for a really interesting image. The wall takes your eye across the land very effectively. Well done!
Superb capture of light. Like the snaking wall...leads you into the image.. Great landscape image
Wonderful pov, composition and light. The snaking wall is beautifully captured.
Thats a beaut actually, you've picked the perfect angle for this shot!
Well balanced DOF.
Beautiful landscape shot,i like how the wall take's your eye all the way through,
Beautiful capture, love the colour and POV.
Beautiful image which has it all! Well done indeed. Cheers, Bill
Original, stunning, a wall-hanger.
wonderful light - pov and capture
Gorgeous landscape and lighting
Thank you to all for your readers choice award.........I know that this shouldn't be what we aim for but it doesn't half feel good when you get your first one.....thanks again.
A well chosen viewpoint to allow the eye to follow the wall as it snakes across the scene: and as you say the land contours on either side are so different, with arable cultivation to the left whilst on the right the hilly nature looks more suitable for sheep.
Ronnie thanks for you comments, If ever you go to Sycamore Gap the car park is at amongst the trees just below the higest hill on the image. Most people including me walk up & downthe gullies four times to reach the photo viewpoint I used..........on return to your car its much easier on yout knee joints to drop down to the tree then walk off to the right back to the carpark......much less strenuous on the knees which I'm sure the Romans discovered.
Wow. A real stunning picture.
Well worth the walk.
Good composition - very nice lead in and something different.
Congrats, a very fine shot.
Cracking shot !!!.....gorgeous quality !!
Thank you all so much who have viewed & commented on this shot over this weekend. Thank you Julesm for your user award...Landscapes don't feature a great deat in your porfolio so to recieve your award means a great deal.
I really like the viewpoint you've chosen here as it allows the wall to pick out the undulations of the land. The light is beautiful and that dramatic sky tops it all off perfectly - a cracking image.
All the way - TOP *****
Beautiful image. The light is wonderful and I love how the wall meanders
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