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thirlmere twilight

By JanieB43  
Another from Thirlmere reservoir a couple of weeks ago. With the sun fading fast it was getting decidedly chilly on the banks of Thirlmere as is depicted by the cool tones in this image. Very little in the way of wind and use of an exposure length of 2.5 secs gave rise to super smooth water whilst my Lee polariser enables a hint of what's below the surface. What little remaining light there was picked out the bright moss covered rocks and the odd yellow flash of autumnal leaves.

I realise the dark mood of this image may not grab everyones attention in the thumbnail but to adjust the exposure in Photoshop would do the scene no justice at all so if you're one of those who've dropped by to view I thank you very much and I hope you like it enough to vote and/or comment.


Jane

Tags: Lake district General Water Low light Canon 7d Lee filters Fells Thirlmere Sigma 10-20mm Landscape and travel Janeballphotography Jane ball

Voters: gareth01422, DOGSBODY, Techno and 28 more

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Techno Plus
8 1.8k 8 England
5 Dec 2012 4:25PM
Works for me Jane, lovely fg detail and interest/tones throughout the frame, well done.

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TrevBatWCC Plus
8 12 10 England
5 Dec 2012 5:30PM
Very lovely shot, Jane, it gets my vote! Wink
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AnnJ Plus
4 5 Scotland
6 Dec 2012 10:51PM
Lovely moody shot with tremendous detail. Ann.

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