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Higger Tor

By bazza2
This is a shot of Higger Tor in the Peak District.A Cokin grey grad was used.
I was trying out my new Canon 17-40 lens one afternoon & just happened upon this fabulous cloud formation.If I'd have gone out looking for this I'd have probably never found it!
Hope you like it?

Tags: Peak district Winter Clouds Higger tor Landscape and travel

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13 Dec 2006 3:28PM
I'm still new at this myself, so can't say much more than love the composition and the colours!

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wamp 11 276 8 England
13 Dec 2006 3:53PM
It is difficult for me to give any constructive critique, as I saw it and wanted to say I like it very much

The composition is good, as is the lighting, but it's the cloud formation that does it for me, it looks great. And I agree with you, if you went looking for those clouds, you'd never find them LOL

Cheers, Sean
GlynB 11 29
13 Dec 2006 4:02PM
Hi, Barry. There's a lot to like in this (one helluva cloud), but may I make some compositional comments:
Firstly it feels a bit 'clipped' with the rocks at the bottom, it also may be better from a lower viewpoint (I have to say this has a 'head height' feel to it)
Secondly I can't help wanting to see a bit more of the blue sky, and a bit of Burbage Edge underneath perhaps. A pan to the right would also have given the foreground rocks a nice diagonal into the bottom corner of the frame.
But on the whole I like the tones and the overall drama and the exposure seems pretty good too.

Quote:If I'd have gone out looking for this I'd have probably never found it!

I seem to get the best results by going out on 'horrible' windy days with plenty of cloud - eventually something seems to blow along!
toonboy 13 75 United Kingdom
13 Dec 2006 6:27PM
Not a lot wrong with this Barry, love that cloud

Regards Ken
cooperr 10 90 1
15 Dec 2006 11:47AM
Think it's a really nice image. The only thing I can think of is altering your viewpoint slightly, perhaps making the foreground rocks bigger. Possibly warm the heather up a little by adjusting colours. All in all though a very good shot.
Well done.
Richard

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