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22 Feb 2009 7:09PM
Lovely light and foreground detail.S

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GrahamNobles 10 9 4 England
22 Feb 2009 7:19PM
Yep, tremendous light and composition. Very jealous!
cdm36 14 391 7 England
22 Feb 2009 7:25PM
Worth viewing large, was off up there this morning but had a quick change of plan halfway there and ended up at higger etc.

Nice bit pf sidelighting there Wink.

MrsS 11 4.5k 18 England
22 Feb 2009 7:29PM
Nice to know there's a happy bunny in the Peaks, MrEEK Smile

F x
LesF 11 182 9
22 Feb 2009 7:30PM
So you feel complete again Martin now the lens is back / replaced. Like the early morning light here.

martinl 14 269 2 United Kingdom
22 Feb 2009 7:31PM
Thanks all.
No need to be jealous Graham, you were there as well (even if I didn't see you!)!
Cheers Chris, was worth the wait for the light to come through.
At last Fran, at last!
martinl 14 269 2 United Kingdom
22 Feb 2009 7:31PM
I do Les!
Thank you.
martin.w 15 508 22 United Kingdom
22 Feb 2009 7:38PM
Glad to see you reunited with the siggy. Seen a couple of good sunrises and a cracking sky yesterday evening...but missed them all Sad
d3looo 9 16 1 Slovakia
22 Feb 2009 7:45PM
Great capture Martin!!! It was very nice morning wasn't it?

dtomo68 14 9 United Kingdom
22 Feb 2009 7:47PM
A cracker well done

NEWMANP 10 1.6k 574 United Kingdom
22 Feb 2009 7:49PM
nearly went up there but plans changed to today, nice light, --peak-light
sut68 14 2.0k 76 England
22 Feb 2009 8:06PM
Top shot mate, some quality light in there.

Glad the lens situation has been remedied to your satisfaction too Smile

IanFlindt 13 740 21 United Kingdom
22 Feb 2009 9:57PM
Love the light that strikes the rock and trig edge, Martin. You must be relieved to have a working lens back in your possession.
martinl 14 269 2 United Kingdom
23 Feb 2009 8:55AM
Cheers all.
Was good to be using the W/A lens again, although I really appreciated the loan of Richard's lens whilst mine was away.

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