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Fairy Glen

By proberts
Another from N Wales last wkend.
Struggled to get to this place but had to see it after failing twice before. This is a 7 shot HDR photo because the lighting conditions were very difficult.
Got a feeling this is going to die of death on here but i`m pleased just that i got there Smile

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: djh698, Coleslaw, sut68 and 34 more

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Coleslaw 12 13.4k 28 Wales
7 May 2009 12:50PM
I want to see more at the bottom.
Nice shot as it is though.

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7 May 2009 12:57PM
Works for me. You have used HDR well - I must have a try at this sometime.

richardwheel 12 217 2 England
7 May 2009 1:02PM
a place I know very well, but never really took the time to shoot it - I like this a lot mate and you're right to use the hdr on it as the light/dark balance is quite extreme down there isn't it!

did you put a pound in the gate? Wink

Alan_Coles 11 178 11 Wales
7 May 2009 1:10PM
Cracking effort, stood on on the gallery thumbnail and even better here.
7 May 2009 1:22PM
It look a magical place. You have done well the the HDR . Agree with the above comment a little more room at the bottom would have been better.
Regards Charles
7 May 2009 1:33PM
great shot of fairy glen i too have a couple of shots there it is such a beautiful place.
proberts 13 218 4 Wales
7 May 2009 1:53PM
Thanks everyone.
Cheers Cole.Couldnt get any more at the bottom because of the limited space there.Would have had a big rock on the frame if i had :-(
LOL Rich.Tried getting away with it only to find the farmer/landowner? running after me for a pound.They have a cctv camera there LOL.
Kevhan 9 4 England
7 May 2009 2:37PM
Beautiful shot and exposure.
jaktis Plus
13 84 Sweden
7 May 2009 2:37PM
Excellent HDR work

richardwheel 12 217 2 England
7 May 2009 2:53PM
lol, I wondered if it worked! I never had the bottle to do so but I reckon you could get away with putting a penny in instead!!!
proberts 13 218 4 Wales
7 May 2009 2:56PM
Thanks Kevin and Peter.
LOL Rich.He probably has cctv inside the bloody box as well Wink
7 May 2009 3:12PM
beautiful place, well captured.
Dennis_Bromage 10 45 20 United Kingdom
7 May 2009 3:27PM
Looks like a magic little spot

7 May 2009 3:52PM
Very good shot.
Stunning lighting.
Wilmot 9 338 1 United Kingdom
7 May 2009 3:59PM
Beautiful shot,love the rock in the FG with the swirl around it
WILDIMAGES 10 1 United Kingdom
7 May 2009 5:42PM
Well taken, this place is dead hard to photograph I found
Rob_Taylor 13 661 5 Wales
7 May 2009 6:21PM
The thumbnail doesn't look very promising but it's a really good use of HDR, you've managed to achieve a good level of detail and range of tones and still keep it looking pretty natural.

7 May 2009 8:33PM
Ah, so that's what it looks like down there, shame we couldn't find it last time, looks interesting.
Nice work Andrew.
proberts 13 218 4 Wales
7 May 2009 9:07PM
Thanks everyone,very much appreciated.
Cheers James.One of the most difficult i have come across because of the light and dark areas.Totally throws the camera into overdrive.
Cheers Rob. New name?
LOL Geoff.You wouldnt like it there Geoff so not worth the effort Wink

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