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Snowdon morning

Sunrise over Snowdon. There was a particularly uninspiring sky that morning but the trade-off was really strong, directional light. Single exposure with curves adjustment in Photoshop.

Thanks for looking... Chris

Tags: North wales Snowdon Landscape and travel

Voters: thomdh, GrahamNobles, KevSB and 21 more

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GrahamNobles 9 9 4 England
21 Sep 2008 10:01AM
Yep, I like this one!

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KevSB 14 1.5k 5 United Kingdom
21 Sep 2008 10:05AM
great shot
21 Sep 2008 10:20AM
Nice capture this. Great portfolio too, by the way.
Sue_R Plus
12 11 6 United Kingdom
21 Sep 2008 10:36AM
Like the light on the mountains. Looks cold in the shade though.

Ray42 9 3 England
21 Sep 2008 11:12AM
Good shot - like the light on the mountains - nice composition. Good pf by the way
ringyneck 11 315 18 United Kingdom
21 Sep 2008 12:12PM
Looks so tame here.
Great light.

lonely_oryx 10 61 55 England
21 Sep 2008 2:13PM
Well composed
User_Removed 11 11 11 United Kingdom
22 Sep 2008 1:20PM
A well composed and superbly captured image.


Chris C
skydivemike 12 47 Northern Ireland
27 Sep 2008 6:11PM
Love the cold feel to this.


Mikey_S 11 England
28 Sep 2008 10:20PM
Brrrrr... looks chilly - great capture of Snowdon .

Goggz 11 2.3k 72 Wales
6 Oct 2008 7:59PM
Blimey! You're doing some offroading Wink

I agree the sky is pants, just like we had yesterday, but the coolness is nice.
Cheers, Goggz
andy210966 10 4 119 Wales
1 Nov 2008 10:20AM
Lovely view of the Snowdon Horseshoe Chris.

mad-dogs 15 2.2k England
22 Nov 2008 2:31PM
The buildings in the foreground were part of Esme Fairbank's ( Esme Kirby ) farm and where her goats always seemed to congregate. Esme's husband was Douglas Fairbanks, author of 'I Bought a Mountain'.
I used to walk past here regularly in the 60's to visit Nobby Clarke who was the manager of Brennands ( now Joe Browns ) climbing shop in Capel Curig. Nobby used to live in the small cottage further up from where you took this.

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