Layered

By martinl    
Spent a very pleasant morning yesterday in the company of Paul (sut68) and Fran (MrsS) up on Curbar Edge. Had a great time, and must do it again before too long! Well, it was pleasant after I finally got there, as my car broke down so was too late for the best colour of the morning! Also good to bump into Ed Rhodes, and put a face to a name at long last.

However, I made the best of what I could, and spotted this view across with the light catching the mist and throwing shadows across the trees. It's not a dust spot just to the left of centre, it's a bird!

Tags: Sunrise Trees Curbar edge Mist Landscape and travel Peak district national park

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sut68 12 2.0k 76 England
7 Oct 2012 7:30PM
A cracker mate. Looked good on the back of the new box ... looks even better here.

Will have to do it again soon mate, deffo Smile

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MrsS 9 4.5k 18 England
7 Oct 2012 7:31PM
If you'd been there a tad earlier, that gold stuff was all pink!!!! Wink

Great baptism for the new kit - jealous??? Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!!!!! Tongue

Good to see you Martin, defo hope it's not as long till the next reunion! Grin

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fazzer Plus
6 50 7 United Kingdom
7 Oct 2012 7:42PM
Beautiful atmospheric shotSmile
Rgds
Jeremy
martinl Plus
12 263 2 United Kingdom
7 Oct 2012 7:45PM
Cheers folks.
Yes, a good baptism though Fran. Glad I could get there (even if I missed the best sky), the company more than made up for it.
Smile
edrhodes 11 545 12 United Kingdom
7 Oct 2012 10:00PM
That's a belter Martin.
Good to meet you too.

Ed.
dazzaman 9 630 England
8 Oct 2012 1:53PM
excellent work pal,see youve got a new toy and lens.good on ya
8 Oct 2012 7:03PM
I have that camera and lens combo and they are a pretty awesome couple. If I could only keep two lenses I would choose my 16-35F2.8L and the 100-400L. Beautiful light and layering and an image that offers plenty of scope for further crops too.
Alun
martinl Plus
12 263 2 United Kingdom
9 Oct 2012 10:14AM
Thanks all, appreciated.

Must admit Alun, that even on a first use, I was impressed by the 100-400 (even though it's a bit of a beast to carry!), way ahead of my Sigma 70-300, but then again, it is about 9 times the price!!
Smile

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