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By martinl  
Went out on the spur of the moment last night in the hope of some decent light, but was somewhat disappointed, as the sun went behind a bank of grey cloud.

However, there was still some decent cloud, so headed to the Ladybower/Derwent Dams. They are fairly low at the moment, and they have revealed some of the old posts that were used for the railway track that brought the stone used in the construction of the dam walls.

Got bitten to death by the midges as well, despite use of repellant, in fact they seem to like it!!

Have a great weekend all, and enjoy yourselves.

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Lee 0.6 & 0.6 Soft Grads

Tags: General Derwent Posts Ladybower Landscape and travel Howden Dams Tintown

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pmorgan 15 217 13 England
4 Jul 2008 9:22AM
Perfect composition here Martin, and that little touch of pink in the clouds really sets things off!

Barbaraj 15 450 England
4 Jul 2008 9:28AM
I like the lines in this.
Tooner 14 England
4 Jul 2008 9:37AM
great composition
BERTRAM 14 United Kingdom
4 Jul 2008 10:02AM
That is a lovely shot.Well taken.
GrahamNobles 14 9 4 England
4 Jul 2008 11:57AM
Nice Martin, get's my vote!
Richsr 15 91 223 England
4 Jul 2008 12:59PM
Like your composition and the lighting in this Martin - well captured.
Regards Richard.
martinl 18 272 2 United Kingdom
4 Jul 2008 1:45PM
Cheers folks. Glad you likeSmile
dazzaman 15 631 England
4 Jul 2008 2:05PM
this is stunning martin, the comp is 1st class sharp too, something im still having trouble with??? ie.the last comment from mark T. on my last upload.
take care, and have a good weekend mate.
martin.w Plus
20 616 29 United Kingdom
4 Jul 2008 7:30PM
A good plan B after the cloud moved in (I was up on Stanage after the same spur Wink), sharp as anything and well composed Smile
chris-p Plus
16 75 England
4 Jul 2008 7:58PM
Nicely composed Martin...

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