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Stormy morning

By oldgreyheron      
Here's a second image taken yesterday morning from the entrance to St Mary's church Nunthorpe looking towards both threatening sky and fiery sunlight.

I wonder how you think this compares with yesterday's - please let me know if you have the time.

Thank you, Mike

Tags: Dawn Roseberry topping Easby moor Landscape and travel St marys church Nunthorpe

Voters: CarolG, photoliosis, Barrynic and 22 more

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CarolG Plus
11 199 20 Greece
4 Feb 2009 7:16PM
Definitely prefer this version, Mike, and an excellent presentation. Carol

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RobboB Plus
11 126 United Kingdom
4 Feb 2009 7:26PM
Yes really good panorama
SandraKay Plus
10 233 4 United Kingdom
4 Feb 2009 7:46PM
I've been flicking between the two but can't really choose. Both have their own charm. That is one dramatic sky!
mrswoolybill Plus
11 1.2k 1809 United Kingdom
4 Feb 2009 7:46PM
Long and low under a heavy sky, then the burst of light in the distance. Clever use of pano, Mike.
woolybill1 Plus
11 22 70 United Kingdom
4 Feb 2009 8:15PM
Not at all an easy choice to make, Mike! On balance I think I prefer this image, having suggested that the foreground in yesterday's was excessive: the topographical interest lies in the distance, which you have emphasised with the severe crop.
It strikes me as most unusual not to have Roseberry Topping away from the limelight - and quite refreshing!
TyChee 12 275 1 United States
4 Feb 2009 8:24PM
Wow! This looks great. Awesome shot.
4 Feb 2009 8:54PM
Excellent pano.
LeighRebecca 10 267 10 England
4 Feb 2009 8:56PM
This is lovely, Mike. I would imagine it would look great printed and framed.

taggart Plus
13 47 13 United States
4 Feb 2009 10:08PM
This is quite a view-- I like how the sky seems to echo the shapes of the hills!
viscostatic 11 35 5 United Kingdom
4 Feb 2009 10:28PM
The letterbox format really suits this dramatic landscape.

4 Feb 2009 10:44PM
The last post seemed more dramatic and had the silohuette of captain cook's monument in front of that fantastic sky. Although i still like this shot and is deserving of my click
Regards mrfields

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