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Fog at The Dark Hedges

By bannview  
This is a rather unique expansion of beech trees which were planted in the 1700`s and have grown over the last 300 years to the way you see them today. They are known locally as `The Dark Hedges` and are reputedly haunted by a spectral grey lady.

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: adversa, deegee, nancyo and 15 more


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adversa 15 1 United Kingdom
17 Feb 2005 1:04PM
Super shot! Well done. Bill

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nancyo 12 78
17 Feb 2005 1:07PM
I love the trees, Beautiful picture.

Click Nancy : )
17 Feb 2005 1:22PM
Leads the eye so naturally, nice work
Chris
turtle1 13 41 United Kingdom
17 Feb 2005 1:25PM
Great work - love the composition and colours as they fade away into the distance
BarbaraSmile
rodney 12 114
17 Feb 2005 1:27PM
great shot and good road lead in
bannview 12 16 1 United Kingdom
17 Feb 2005 1:33PM
Hi there,
Thank you Bill, Deegee, Nancyo, Chris, Barbara, and Rodney for your kind remarks. I do appreciate them.
Ian.
Tooth 12 5.8k 227 Ireland
17 Feb 2005 1:35PM
lovely composition, very evocative and dreamy
jules41 13 197 United Kingdom
17 Feb 2005 2:33PM
Love the shape of the trees making an arch,wonderful capture
julie
karenpics 12 2
17 Feb 2005 2:57PM
A great shot click
Karen
eos3 12 41 Wales
17 Feb 2005 3:58PM
Great stuff.

Phil
bauer 12
17 Feb 2005 4:35PM
Excelente..click.
bauer.
aseshuk 12
17 Feb 2005 7:36PM
Love it..
ericfaragh 13 138 4 United Kingdom
18 Feb 2005 1:29AM
Love the interlocking branches.
droberts 12 152 United Kingdom
18 Feb 2005 11:02AM
This is a great pic. Particularly like it when in full leaf. I have only discovered this location recently during dark and wet overcast days. Can't wait to see it again when the "summer" arrives. This shot would look well in b%w and solarised.
Well done. If you have any more shots of Dark hedges please post them.

David
bannview 12 16 1 United Kingdom
18 Feb 2005 2:01PM
Hi there,
Thanks `aseshuk` ericfaragh` and `droberts` for your kind comments - very much appreciated.

David, obviously you are from the same neck of the woods as myself i.e. Northern Ireland.
I`m honestly not a dab hand at the photoshop work so if you would like to download this shot and work on it and upload it again then by all means feel free to do so. This way I can hopefully learn something also.
Re other shots of the `Dark Hedges` if you look on my gallery you will see a colour shot I took one late evening last year. As a matter of fact just this week it was used for a front page cover shot for the launch issue of a new photo magazine just out called `Capture`
It also will be appearing on the Canon stand at the forthcoming 4day `Focus on Imaging` exhibition being held later this month at the NEC in Birmingham.
Regards,
Ian

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