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A couple of people asked me why I hadn't uploaded anything from the Lakes meet last week ... I think we were spoilt the day before with some gorgeous light on Twistleton, but here goes I suppose.
Taken at Castlerigg when a little colour manifested itself in the sky ... needed some light in the valley or foreground to make it 'pop' ... but that never came when we wanted it to.
Have a great weekend folks,
beautiful,when l it it was raining and dull.you can almost see the witches in this shot.eery
nice blurry stuff in the sky, have a good un yourself
Nice atmosphere, love the touch of fiery sky,
What was the problem, Paul... weren't you well enough to summon the light Gods for a second day??? Agree, the light just didn't play ball like we would have hoped it would, but you still managed to pull off a pretty impressive image all the same. And besides that (and freezing our fingers off) we also had a great time!!!
and who said the sky should be blue?
Well composed and executed.
Where's the tree ???
nice shot in the conditions Paul - was begining to think you had been copying my technique of leaving batteries, tripod and or camera at home
Lovely capture Paul. Its got bags of atmospeher, particuarly like the moody sky with a little bit of colour, and the variation in colour of the hills with the snow acting as a nice contrast - really like it mate gets my vote. Cheers David
LOL, no Paul ... worn out from the day before ... still we got better conditions than were forecast though
No tree this time Dave, but I do have one or two more processed if you're feeling withdrawal symptoms
Nope Mark, memory card does have a few shots on, just not any with decent light in the scene.
What, your WASP light went out?!
Beautiful image, wonderful sky.
I could imagine Pagan rituals at this site Paul,so you didn't dance around naked,waving branches in the air & praying for light then ? ...must have been tooooo cold
I think we used all the good light here the day before, Paul.
Actually, I might have got a good shot on the Sunday if they had danced around a bit, Janet, but come to think of it, there were some rituals going on!
Like my first visit last year, I waited 90 mins for the light, even though there was loads everywhere else! I bet it was a bit cool up there too!
Quote: What, your WASP light went out?!
... yup, bulb had blown Katy
No Janet, too many cameras ... what a vivid imagination you have
Cheers all, off out in a bit so catch up tomorrow [probably].
definately worth the wait, have number 30 mate.
Fantastic lighting and sky!
Nice one mate,,Been waiting for its arrival the shot that is...
Longish expo this one with the clouds.
That long one we did at blea,Cannot get that colour to go and look good .
So thats a mono or bin shot..
But i like the above mate
6 seconds this one Dave, that Pro Glass ND works beautifully mate. As for the Blea tests, I can't get the colour to go either Dave, probably have to resign myself to it being good for mono's.
good feeling of space, and it conveys the commanding position these have in n.lakes, good tones in the sky too
Lovely.. The snow / frost makes this stand out..
Cheers mate ... it's hailstones BTW
Love the sky
Me too mate
A really striking wide angle view of this location, Paul. I love the movement you've captured in that dramatic sky.
Cheers Ian, a stop ND helped here!!!
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