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By Janet Pattison
Before anyone says anything about the foreground being out of focus, this was taken 25 years ago with a compact camera. This is where I got my love of photography from - My DAD.

Tags: Landscape and travel

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railton 15 304
13 Mar 2003 11:17AM
Shame on you Janet, blameing your equipment! I just know that with 25 yrs worth of hindsight you would have lain down in that river and got an even more dynamic shot. Is that snow on them thar hills brrrr. Seriously though the essence of the place comes bubbling through and I like it. It would be good to title the picture with the river or glen name don't you think? John Tindall.

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13 Mar 2003 11:39AM
I knew I should have stopped comments on this. May I just point out (AGAIN) that this photograph was taken 25 YEARS AGO (by my dad which I didn't make clear before) with a COMPACT and I have no records 'cos it's not my own photo and if my dad was available I'd ask him!
13 Mar 2003 11:53AM
Not that he's dead, you understand, but you know sometimes its nice to just to see other people's work especially when you consider the equipment used (I don't lie).
railton 15 304
13 Mar 2003 12:57PM
Well Janet stopping comments forfeits interaction with the audience you have presented the picture to, good luck with your own photography. John.
Serg 15 6
14 Mar 2003 7:37AM
I bow to your Dad, Janet. Nice work. Sergey.
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17 18.8k 97 England
27 Mar 2003 11:42AM
It's good to see what pictures inspire you. Perhaps we have an idea here! Let's see the first photo that made you pick up a camera (links to images on other web sites in the forum please), and the first picture that you produced that made you think "I'm a decent photographer".
19 Oct 2003 12:49PM
reminds me of home...
I live in Lincolnshire now and you can imagine!
like chalk and cheese... dark to light... mountainous to FLAT!!!

nice image...


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