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Woorgreen Lake

By chesh  
This is a popular local spot for twitchers as it is reputed to be frequented by a variety of notable bird species. Not that I'd know one if I saw one.
I dare say the little feathered rascals weren't as impressed by this scene as me.
It's a six shot stitch - Try saying that after a couple of Spitfires - in PTGUI.

Dave

Tags: Forest of dean Black and white Landscape and travel

Voters: Naturesview, JouŠo, AnneWorner and 7 more


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AnneWorner 9 620 43 United States
17 Jan 2008 8:54PM
This definitely must be viewed LARGE to be appreciated.
Anne

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Neil_Higgins 10 35 3 England
17 Jan 2008 10:30PM
Must be viewed large to see all the detail, but i reckon its more about patterns and texture this one, good work.

I saw my boss buying a drink called 'Pedigree' in the local off license, i said 'If you find some 'Chum' you'll have proper dog food! He didn't laugh but the girl behind the counter sure did Smile
chesh 12 45 United Kingdom
18 Jan 2008 7:16AM
Thanks very much Anne.
Neil, thanks for your opinion as usual. I got into the good old taste of Spitfire whilst up around your neck of the woods. The Black Bull in Coniston to be exact.
After a walk up the Old Man became 'og bound we were ready for some refreshment. I know what you're thinking - Where's the F in fog? It's all at the summit.
All the best,
Dave
MarkT 12 119 2 England
18 Jan 2008 1:07PM
Agree with Neil and Anne that it hasn't got the thumbnail appeal but the large version looks great.

Mark.
chesh 12 45 United Kingdom
18 Jan 2008 4:14PM
Hello Mark, Thanks for your feedback. Yer right about the lack of impact with the thumbnail and I guess that it'll be overlooked by most.

Have a good weekend,

Dave

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