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Here's a shot I got from the top of Malham Cove on saturday - as you can see it wasn't the brightest day, but there was a bit of texture in the sky, so thought I'd stick around for a bit.
Very busy up there around Xmas!
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it's a cracking location ade, and the b&w suits it well
Very dynamic shot, and great composition! Love it!
Quote: It's a cracking location ade, and the b&w suits it well
... certainly does!!!
cheers - the colour version was.... struggling should we say
it's actaully V2 behind a manchester shot from 4 or 5 days ago if you wanted to compare
A great mono image.
Yep, that's a breathtaking mono.
... much prefer the colour version in the mods
yeah - it's a quality crop there
Very nice mono. Perhaps the left had side could be lighted just a touch for balance and to show more detail, but me just being picky.
fair point - but the LHS was lightened an awful lot AND sharpened to bring detail out
but any more and it started looking a bit over-worked, as can often happen when you're rescuing dark areas.
bloody ND grads
Gordon Bennett, that's high up! I take it you didn't hike up there?
Good up there init!
Cracking shot - particularly given such a dull day to work with.
Well controlled tonal range with detail throughout.
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