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ladybower reservoir derbyshire

By acbeat
ladybower reservoir derbyshire winter sorry bit of a cliche

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: snowman, scottydog, ReidFJR and 11 more

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tmann 12 4 2 United States
19 Apr 2005 5:12AM
Nice capture,
great compo and color!

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firzhugh 12 13 New Zealand
19 Apr 2005 5:41AM
nice colours and reflections
Falconer 12 16
19 Apr 2005 8:19AM
great conditions and a place I love very much, click
Hugeknot 12 1.2k 2 Iceland
21 Apr 2005 4:54AM
Welcome to this great site! This picture has an incredible reflection and superb colours! Only thing to niggle about is the composition, where all the objects meet in the centre. i would have shifted to the right a little to show more of the bridge. Just my opinion - but a great photo anyway. Nice start and a good portfolio so far!
andrewjen 12 99 United Kingdom
22 Apr 2005 11:41PM
Great reflection and lovely colours.
Keep up the good work
bethcole 13 28
24 Apr 2005 2:07AM
Welcome to the EPZ!!
Nice shot YOu should enter The reflection comp.

bethcole 13 28
24 Apr 2005 2:08AM
Like the way the trees reflected
Leo 16 46 9 England
25 Apr 2005 4:30AM
Quite a feeling of depth to this and the glassy water is quite something. I notice you also have used the D70. I also have a D100 and wonder if you find the D70 produces images which look at all better, or different in any way, to your D100? The reviews seem to suggest the D70 is slightly sharper and the images are more saturated?
MickS 12 23 14 England
25 Apr 2005 12:50PM
Watcha Andrew,
excellent shot of LB and excellent reflections, guddun.
Now, in all honesty,I cant say that's how I remember it, the last time I was there was in June 1961Smile a school trip to the Peak District.
triophoto 13 1
29 Apr 2005 10:34AM
Superb picture, it brings back fond memories of Ladybower for me.

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