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Probably one of our best days in the hills. A drive in fog , reach Brecon in snow and climb Pen Y Fan in whiteout. The Canon on this occasion packed up, the Olympus was the back up.A day that will live with us forever.
Absolutely awesome picture...my humble words can only fail in comparison...
Marvellous light through the windswept mists
Totally dramatic shot. Brilliant capture and superb in B&W.
Fabulous work - lucky you had back-up.
Very nice. Very nice indeed.
What wonderful drama in this image!
Excellent!! Very atmospheric!!!
Wow. Stunning. Mike
brilliant well worthy of an award or two , I would quite happily buy a shot like this ..
This is excellent,really my kind of shot,love the feeling of the movement and those figures in the distance,well suited to b&w.Also the Beacons are local for me too.
excellent!... great atmosphere and light!
A really fine image, the figures work well against the defining light. Grand tones and detail, very moody.
All the very best
A dramatic capture, with brilliant camera work.
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. . DITTO! . . one of the best, if not THE best B & W image I've seen in this gallery for some time! . . . lighting, form and just the pure mood . . . drives the imagination like a good image should . . .
Just stunning, delighted to be 30.
Just to show the rule of thirds isn't carved in stone .. the central composition works wonderfully here, with the split of light and dark working well on either side. I presumed this was not in the UK but it surprises and inspires me to find it is. Beautiful image Ron. regards, Paul.
Thanks for all the comments, all the best in your photography. Ron.
Awsome. That's what I love about the mountains.
Wonderful image - really like the play of light and shadow, the contours in the landscape, the silhouetted figures which provide a sense of scale, the pleasing mono tones and the narrow format ... well done!
I saw this at your exhibition in the library, a real stunning and dramatic image. B&W really adds to the atmosphere too.
Wow. That's an incredible shot. Well deserving of the RC. I love the subtle lighting.
WOW what a great picture you have here Ron. It is dramatical. I give 10 out of 10 for this. Congratulations well done.
So, SO good!!!
How this hasn't touched the 100 votes mark is beyond me?!
Beautiful image Ron .. brooding & powerful, with the mountain disappearing into the darkness and the immense scale demonstrated by the tiny figures - difficult to imagine this was taken in the UK. Regards, Paul.
Must have missed this. doesn't get much more majestic (hope this is an english word) than this.
Brilliant, a really atmospheric scene!
yep thats amazing too
A stunning shot, dramatic and powerful
this is fantastic! mesmorising
This image has just won me a Canon EOS D 400 in Amatuer Photographer. It won the " Weather Patterns " round, complete with two lenses. AP on sale Monday. Ron.
Congrats Ron, I was just looking at the mag in the supermarket and spotted you'd won.
Outstanding image...not surprised to read about your win - congratulations.
What a great shot Ron, look forward to seeing some images taken with the 400D!
great memories for you and a great image too!
this is your famous wanderlust picture! your bad weather photography is second to none (bar perhaps "mountain man" jon baker at wrekin arts!!).
thanks for the comments on my wee pic and see you in april!
Well seen shot, I love the drama/atmosphere created in this.
I thought I'd seen this picture somewhere before. Very nicely done.
Immense, and epic.
This image has just been used to celebrate Range Rover's 60th anniversary. It's in a book entitled " Portraits of Adventure " and an exhibition in the Royal Geographical Society at Kensington Gore. I am amongst world class photographers such as Frans Lanting, George Rodgers just to name two ! A privilage to say the least. Ron.
stunning picture - love everything about it
Wuthering, withering heights.... beautiful Ron, I love the windswept pain that pushes onwards and upwards.... gives me a shivvvvvvvver..... helen x
what an adventure! Katie
what a scene/shot
Wow! Two of the hardest things to convey in two dimensions are wind and cold but this image imparts both admirably. So much mood and drama.
101 not out ! Fantastic, thanks for all these excellent new remarks. Ron.
pen y fan the long route? an outstanding image rontear,It shows that the most important equipment to the photographer is two legs
Lovely scene, well taken!
Amazing lanscape, Amazing photograph
WOW! An exceptional shot! Certainly a fav. Congrats and regards, Nezih.
Just picked this off your PF Ron. What a stunning image. One for you to view with pride, always.
small but powerful
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