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- Dale Dawn -

By fourfive  
This is the image that greeted us the first morning we got up in our new place in Rosedale Abbey.

The large version really is best. You can see the last of the mist hanging in the valley is clearing away.

1/160sec @ f/9
56mm

Tags: North yorkshire Dawn Rosedale abbey Landscape and travel

Voters: TonyA, glazzaro, daringdaphne and 23 more


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Comments


Buffalo_Tom Plus
10 2.3k 9 Wales
8 Jan 2007 7:43AM
Lovely quiet tones/excellent photography.
Tom.

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trissie 10 United Kingdom
8 Jan 2007 9:09AM
A lovely scene, love the lighting on the houses in the forground, well taken.

Trish x
Paulbee Plus
12 41 United Kingdom
8 Jan 2007 2:08PM
Beautifully captured scene.
Maiwand Plus
10 3 72 England
8 Jan 2007 4:21PM
Lucky you to wake up to this view.
Ron
hebdens 11 5
9 Jan 2007 11:40PM
such a gorgeous view, very peaceful.
Tracy
PatrickSmith 11 1.2k 2 United States
10 Jan 2007 5:31AM
It has the soft light of an old painting. Good effect.

Patrick
georg Plus
11 4 South Africa
13 Jan 2007 6:38AM
what a view!
glazzaro 11 70 23 United States
14 Jan 2007 6:35AM
Nice light and a beautiful village set in a vivid country side, nice work. Spot on! Click!!!

Greg
daringdaphne 12 82 United Kingdom
3 Feb 2007 12:27PM
Definately want some more of these. Lovely village down in the valley. Good shot.


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TyChee Plus
11 275 1 United States
5 Mar 2007 2:43AM
Beautiful landscape!
Ty
25 Nov 2007 9:36AM
Beautiful landscape shot
aNDY
zanzibarwinds 13 205 United Kingdom
6 Jan 2008 11:52AM
Superb landscape. Seems the countryside up there was made specially for landscape photos.
PatrickSmith 11 1.2k 2 United States
10 Jan 2008 5:07AM
This is how I imagine a British classic landscape to be.

Patrick

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