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Three Tarns

By dathersmith  
In 1865 James Garth Marshall built a dam to flood an area which was once three smaller tarns, the body of water in this image is the result. I took a trip up there on Sunday morning to find a tog already set up where I wanted to be so I had to have a quick change of plan. I was hoping for an image looking over to Fairfield but the sky was interesting over towards the Langdale Pikes so I decided fo point the camera in that direction. It's a while since I've done a panorama so decided I'd give it a go even though I appreciate they get little interest on here. I don't often say it but it's a pan and needs to be viewed large.

Thanks for getting this far, hope you like the view.

Darren.

Tags: Lake district Tarn hows Landscape and travel

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Comments


VivienO 6 1 United Kingdom
22 Nov 2010 8:56PM
Beautiful image and colours
Vivien

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22 Nov 2010 9:00PM
Large is stunning well done

Bob
saeidNL 6 3 Netherlands
22 Nov 2010 9:03PM
Stunning view with wonderful light and colour,love the reflection in this one,
saeid
maryg 8 66 18 Scotland
22 Nov 2010 9:04PM
Can see why you suggested large , definitely the only way to truly appreciate this stunningly detailed image. Would look amazing large on the wall!
Mary
22 Nov 2010 9:07PM
An excellent capture
Mike
sherlob Plus
10 2.8k 126 United Kingdom
22 Nov 2010 9:49PM
A quality image - very well done - and would make a fab print. If I was to be really very critical I wonder if the yellows are a little strong in the grass areas - might be worth a trying to nudge down the saturation of the yellow channel a smidge. But I am being micro picky here.

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LesF 9 182 9
23 Nov 2010 6:52AM
Agree with make a good prinr above, large is the only way to go with this, top shot Darren

LesF
Rob66 6 1 United Kingdom
23 Nov 2010 11:31AM
A cracker - large view is brilliant.
Martyn_U 7 7 England
23 Nov 2010 12:53PM
Stunning image Darren, love the colours and reflections.

Martyn
bazhutton 9 25 England
23 Nov 2010 2:15PM
I thought I recognised that sky from Sunday morning, Darren, I've uploaded it today too- I was just a few miles away.

Lovely panoramic; striking natural colours.

Baz
Sezz Plus
11 617 15 England
23 Nov 2010 3:48PM
This really is quite stunning Darren, what a fantastic view - am envious Smile

Sarah *
TrevBatWCC Plus
8 12 10 England
23 Nov 2010 5:24PM
A stunning capture, Darren, wonderful colours - and really must be viewed large.
TrevB Smile
dathersmith 9 550 12 England
23 Nov 2010 8:25PM
Thanks a lot for the comments folks, gone down better than I thought this one.

Darren.
23 Nov 2010 8:46PM
it's another cracker Darren
bazhutton 9 25 England
23 Nov 2010 11:31PM
Must have just missed you Darren because from Windermere I took the kids to Tarn Hows for late morning/ early afternoon & had a wander & a picnic- there was a photographer taking a shot of the National Trust guy when I parked up.

Baz
24 Nov 2010 10:43AM
Great viewed large Daz,err........wheres the cows gone??????? ;0)
dathersmith 9 550 12 England
24 Nov 2010 6:23PM
Thanks guys. We'll have to arrange to meet up sometime Baz, must have just left as you arrived.

Roy, the cow may still make an appearance Wink

Darren.
Richsr Plus
9 91 223 England
24 Nov 2010 8:38PM
Well worth the large view with this one Darren, good details and colour too. Well captured and processed.
Regards Richard
steve_eb Plus
8 353 8 United Kingdom
29 Nov 2010 4:07PM
Large is AWESOME Darren...well worth all the effort...brilliant colours and detail.

Steve

Might try and get up there before Christmas for a wee trip around!
dathersmith 9 550 12 England
29 Nov 2010 4:49PM
Thanks guys.

Steve, if you do get up this way drop me a line and we can maybe meet up again.

Darren.

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