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The Aune Legacy

By philhemsley      
Autumn leaves gild the moss festooned granite boulders and bedrock at the River Aune, in Dartmoor National Park.

The name Aune is derived from Old Norse word au{dh}n – meaning ‘wasteland’, or a ‘desolate place’ – which fits the description of the source of this river – in a bleak and boggy mire to the west of Ryder’s Hill, high on the southern side of the moors, rather well.

Pentax K-x
Pentax 18-55mm SMC/ DAL lens
Cromatek Circular Polarizer
Manfrotto 190XProB tripod
Manfrotto 498RC2 panoramic ball-head

Aperture = f/9.5
Exposure duration = 0.7 seconds
Focal length = 35 mm
ISO = 200
Spot metering

* 'Squaroramic' stitch of 3 photos in 'portrait format', using Microsoft Research Image Composite Editor

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Ted447 Plus
5 213 1 United Kingdom
2 Jan 2014 3:02PM
Well composed image. Ted. GrinGrin

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viscostatic 11 36 5 United Kingdom
2 Jan 2014 4:02PM
This is a really beautiful woodland scene Phil. The tones and detail are superb.

Brilliant. Will
gwynn56 6 87 England
2 Jan 2014 7:55PM
beautiful capture Smile
3 Jan 2014 11:06AM
Thanks very much for the encouraging comments from Gwynn56, Will, Viscostatic and Ted447 Smile

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