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HIDE

By martinl  
From last Thursday evening at High Neb on Stanage Edge, is this "building". I assume it is some form of hide or shelter for the grouse shooting. Maybe someone would clarify.

I know that this would benefit from being in direct sunlight, but it really didn't play ball on Thursday. One to return to in the future.

What do you think?

RAW ISO 100
0.3sec @ f22
Cokin Z121S

Tags: Hide General Architecture Derbyshire Stanage edge High neb Landscape and travel

Voters: TopsyTopping, dpemberton, Buffalo_Tom and 16 more


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Comments


Buffalo_Tom Plus
10 2.3k 9 Wales
19 Sep 2006 8:00AM
Lovely image without the sunlight.
Good capture.
Tom.

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Gecko 10 25 Australia
19 Sep 2006 8:02AM
This is lovely, like the colours, Pam
BillS 10 27 United Kingdom
19 Sep 2006 8:14AM
Excellent composition with good contrast , looks better large.Bill
JouŠo 12 56 Finland
19 Sep 2006 8:55AM
i think this is lovely and worth an extra trip, Martin...

Jouko
martinl 13 266 2 United Kingdom
19 Sep 2006 2:23PM
Cheers folks.

Agree Jouko, will go back.

Martin
tigerminx 12 237 South Africa
19 Sep 2006 5:34PM
Quality as usual, what I'd give to be there now.
Bruce.
Chriscj 10 96 1 England
19 Sep 2006 8:07PM
Good composition and nice foreground colour, it does need a that little bit of sun on the shed to give it a lift, still a nice shot though.

Chris
martin.w 14 448 22 United Kingdom
19 Sep 2006 9:42PM
Like the comp Martin, but not one of your best. As Chris said above, a quick burst of light would have lifted this no end.
martinl 13 266 2 United Kingdom
20 Sep 2006 7:48AM
Totally agree. I'll be back, as had been said in a film somewhere!!

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