Heavenfield 2

By mrswoolybill
I don't often do landscapes, it needs to be something that grabs me emotionally. This place does.
Plus Bill allowed me to borrow his 8-16mm lens...
See yesterday's upload for the full history of the place.
Thanks for looking,

Tags: Landscape and travel Local history

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6 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
3 Apr 2012 8:13AM
A very peaceful and somewhat calming image of reality.

Regards Nathan

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cats_123 Plus
12 4.6k 26 Northern Ireland
3 Apr 2012 8:29AM
looks a very windswept and lonely place, but peaceful Smile
saeidNL 6 3 Netherlands
3 Apr 2012 8:31AM
Superb capture with stunning tones
morpheus1955 9 3 2 United Kingdom
3 Apr 2012 8:47AM
Two superb images, great pov, light and composition, for me I think V2 just pips it as my fav Smile

User_Removed 12 386 2 United Kingdom
3 Apr 2012 8:48AM
Both are excellent.

WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.6k 148 England
3 Apr 2012 8:49AM
Good shadows, strong shapes and a clear sky - unlike you not to have a mono version Moira.

mrswoolybill Plus
9 986 1500 United Kingdom
3 Apr 2012 8:52AM
Thanks early birds. Dave, I tried a b&w version of this, in fact I've tried several times - the sky came out as very noisy. Not sure why. I may go back to the original and rework it...
netta1234 Plus
4 371 2 Wales
3 Apr 2012 9:07AM
Like them both.
franken Plus
14 4.0k 4 Wales
3 Apr 2012 9:07AM
Version 2 for the composition Moira.

V2 is a better comp IMO. both reflect the feel of the place which is peaceful, nice job.

nonur Plus
7 17 11 Turkey
3 Apr 2012 9:34AM
I like each for its own merits and especially like the trees which reveal how windswept the hill is.
KingBee Plus
10 492 2 Scotland
3 Apr 2012 9:38AM
I love both perspectives. This really is a departure for you, and it was worth the trip. Anyway, you're married to a sweet man if he lets you use his 8-16. Yvonne doesn't even get to hold mine. Wink


gary_d 8 576 13 Wales
3 Apr 2012 10:47AM
When I first looked I thought, unusual for Moira, then read the intro and it made sense, two lovely images.

Herge88 Plus
9 40 4 England
3 Apr 2012 11:26AM
Version one for me Moira, I like the effect you have gained from the 8-16mm lens, so kudos to Bill for lending it to you.

Best Matt
3 Apr 2012 11:28AM
two nice views (prefer #1)
lovely light!
mikbee 9 3 8 Scotland
3 Apr 2012 11:32AM
Relieved to hear you borrowed Bills lens Moira.
Thought from the thumb I was getting my Mr and Mrs mixed up !!
Good shots,and I hope Bill got it back.
I gave Jan a tenner two weeks ago,and still waiting on its return !!
3 Apr 2012 12:47PM
Two lovely shots Moira.
Joline Plus
10 27 53 United States
3 Apr 2012 1:02PM
I love the way the trees and the stones all seem to be bowing to the church. V1 is a magical image. I can see why you are drawn to the place.
danbrann Plus
12 624 17
3 Apr 2012 1:34PM
Heavenfield in all it's glory.
AnneWorner 9 620 43 United States
3 Apr 2012 1:35PM
Delicious low pov and light - like Joline, I like the way the trees are leaning inward from the perspective distortion - v1 is definitely the preference here.


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bliba Plus
10 2 Austria
3 Apr 2012 1:54PM
super composition in both versions

TrevBatWCC Plus
8 12 10 England
3 Apr 2012 2:33PM
I do love the wide angle shots, and two fine ones here, Moira. After much toggling, I can't decide which I prefer, so it's half a vote for each! Wink
Trev Smile
3 Apr 2012 3:06PM
Excellent shots Moira with Billís lens.
I prefer the balance of V1.

3 Apr 2012 3:51PM
V1 is the vote puller today
pdcche 6 4 United Kingdom
3 Apr 2012 4:16PM
Two lovely quiet looking images, i think V1 for me.. Peter
jonwebber 8 4 1 United Kingdom
3 Apr 2012 5:37PM
Even steven for me. Both exhibit sound use of a short focal length lens.
ChrisOs 11 2 1 United Kingdom
3 Apr 2012 5:47PM
I like the calm of v1. Super lighting and colour.
3 Apr 2012 6:18PM
A splendid view point for both images Moira.

John Smile
Richsr Plus
9 91 223 England
3 Apr 2012 7:52PM
Version 2 for me Moria
Regards Richard
photophantom 8 108 3 Philippines
3 Apr 2012 9:04PM
V2 Moira, great images
pluckyfilly Plus
10 351 33 United Kingdom
3 Apr 2012 9:48PM
lovely blue sky which always helps with this kind of shot, well composed, I like the dappled light on the grass
TelStar 11 116 United Kingdom
4 Apr 2012 12:59AM

4 Apr 2012 7:15AM
A heavenly place, indeed.
LexEquine 10 19 United States
4 Apr 2012 8:38PM
'Two excellent, well composed, & handsome scenic and architectural Images,' Moira~

~ Peter
ChiliMan Plus
10 135 17 Singapore
5 Apr 2012 2:53PM
V1 is ammmaaazing. And look at those branchy shadows on the ground! Bloody gorgeous, Moira.

Glostopcat 10 255 2 England
7 Apr 2012 4:59PM
The low viewpoint in v1 works so well, a fine composition

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