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Ravenstones Brow has one of the great views that Saddleworth Moor has to offer. The steep climb up here is very much worth the reward once you get to the top.
From left to right, the view takes in **** Hill, Greenfield Reservoir, Upperwood House, Wain Stones, Ox Rake Brow, Standing Stones, Adam's Cross, Hollin Brown Knoll and Lamb Knoll.
Stunning....... light, detail, colour, and composition excellent.
A marvellous sight as you walk up behind these boulders and the light opens the sky just perfectly for you.
The rocks in the foreground are very interesting so is the water as center of interest. Deep
Thanks for your comments and clicks folks. And a really big thanks to Pete for the HC.
Really like the composition in this with textural FG rocks reveling in side lighting and the lead in from the river to the reservoir. You really bring out the beauty in this area with your series of images.
Wonderful light and view Andy.
Congrats on the HC.
Outstanding image and beautiful light.
Beautifully composed and great texture in the rocks.
beautiful Andy....stunning in fact. Well done on the highly commended.
superb image andy ,what a great viewpoint ! with special light
Beautiful photo! Congrats!
Really luv this image. Beautiful colours in it! Well done!
Lovely image and light. James
This is a fantastic photograph. Good foreground interest and great sky.
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