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By VintageRed
Another from the Stanage Meet from some time ago. This one will give a better idea perhaps of the general murkiness on the day and so to find a little bit of 'photographers' gold' i.e. a red jacket, was a moment that had to be recorded.

Now, I know that technically this is not the best shot that you'll ever see but I do like the composition so I thought I would upload the image anyway and that you guys might be in forgiving mood lol

Look forward to receiving your comments.

Nick

Tags: Peak district General Derbyshire Stanage edge Rock climbing Landscape and travel

Voters: Rylands, User_Removed, User_Removed and 46 more

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Rylands 12 1 2 United Kingdom
24 Mar 2008 10:27AM
I think is brilliant love the composition & light
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User_Removed 12 485 13 England
24 Mar 2008 10:29AM
wonderful, such a great shot

rgds
Dave
User_Removed 14 32 United Kingdom
24 Mar 2008 10:31AM
Great comp. and yes, the res just finishes it of nicely. - Jeff
TelStar 14 116 United Kingdom
24 Mar 2008 10:35AM
Marvellous shot; lovely composition and view.

I think John Constable loved 'photographers' gold' too.

Tel*
MrsS 13 4.5k 18 England
24 Mar 2008 10:37AM
When I saw the thumb, I thought you might have got another sneaky shot of "someone" on the meet Wink



PHEW!!! Tongue

Nicely done, Nick, really shows the scale of the place Smile

Fran x
pmaclll 13 5 Scotland
24 Mar 2008 10:38AM
nice image
shortski 13 3 1 England
24 Mar 2008 10:41AM
Forgiven-I think it's a great shot...jojo
User_Removed 13 51
24 Mar 2008 11:08AM
Good contrast between land and sky and the figure suits.

Derek
thorn 15 124 2 Scotland
24 Mar 2008 11:20AM
Hi Nick,there's a lot of depth in this one,love the viewpoint,i'm terrified of heights so love doing it this way......lol. Excellent scale shown by the large rocks and the perspective by the person on the edge and the geometry of it. Magic shot.take care,AnnSmile
Glynn 13 1.2k 1 United Kingdom
24 Mar 2008 11:42AM
I remember it well Nick - detail does it for me and the lone figure - excellent.
thetriguy 15 23 12 United States
24 Mar 2008 11:42AM
Nick, I like it. The title is great too.
Best, Bill
MikeH 15 217 4 United Kingdom
24 Mar 2008 11:42AM
Prefer it to the first, it shows the scale better,
Mike
proz 15 205 United States
24 Mar 2008 12:38PM
wow that human element really gives scale to this image, super shot.
derekv 12 3 England
24 Mar 2008 4:27PM
Superb shot, Nick, love the addition of the figure.
Derek
LesF 13 182 9
24 Mar 2008 4:54PM
Thought you did well getting one shot out of the evening but two its unheard of LOL. As Mike says this is the better of the two.

Les F
MalcolmS Plus
14 1.2k 13 England
24 Mar 2008 5:29PM
Nicely composed Nick

Malcolm
redstag 14 100 15 United Kingdom
24 Mar 2008 9:27PM
I'll wear a red coat on thursday if that helps!
Jon
VintageRed 14 15 1 United Kingdom
24 Mar 2008 9:31PM
Thank you all.

Cheers Jon. Yes, a touch of Photographers' Gold would be very helpful. Any chance of a stormy sky too?
Nick
janehewitt 16 215 1 United Kingdom
27 Mar 2008 6:27PM
Love the contrast of the red and the dramatic scene Jane

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