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A View from the Old Man

By markthompson
Not me, you understand, the Old Man of Coniston in Cumbria!

This shot was taken a number of years ago on the path up from Coppermines Valley. The two tarns are Low Water & Levers Water & their colour is natural, caused by copper in the slate.

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: JouŠo, devon-photographic, pfheyes and 17 more


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JouŠo 16 56 Finland
7 Jan 2005 9:35AM
Stunning image!

Jouko
7 Jan 2005 9:37AM
Great shot, light, shadows and depth. Click
Jules
pfheyes 16 254 1 United Kingdom
7 Jan 2005 9:54AM
Very nice indeed - makes me want to don my walking boots right now.

Pete
Maverick 16 3
7 Jan 2005 10:59AM
Great image. Click
Gary
paul_indigo 17 259 United Kingdom
7 Jan 2005 11:12AM
Really get the feeling of height here.
lyne 17 15
7 Jan 2005 11:21AM
A wonderful view looks a great place for walks lynex
romain 17
7 Jan 2005 12:14PM
Superb click.
Romain
7 Jan 2005 12:15PM
Great shot, well done.
Martin
StevenPrice 16 30 2 England
7 Jan 2005 3:32PM
Great shot well done

Steve
helen&peter 16 98
7 Jan 2005 4:01PM
Wonderful shot - nice composition. Click
Helen
geoffrey baker 16 501 1 Wales
7 Jan 2005 4:19PM
A lovely shot, well taken.
Geoff.
tartanlady 17 58 Scotland
8 Jan 2005 2:04AM
I like the light and the shadows in this landscape. You chose an excellent viewpoint to take this shot from.
Well done.
Louise
highlander 17 32 Scotland
8 Jan 2005 3:13AM
Hello Mark, such a great view of this beautiful countryside...the lakes below feature well and I'm admiring the depth to your scene. Good work.
Doug.
bassan Plus
17 15
8 Jan 2005 3:15AM
nice shot
markthompson 17 13 United Kingdom
8 Jan 2005 5:17AM
Thanks everyone for the positive comments.
Mark
dalischone 16 295 Scotland
8 Jan 2005 9:29AM
Another stunner! Fantastic shot and what a view, excellent.

Tracy
8 Jan 2005 1:41PM
So refreshing to see green hills again!
Simon.
22 Jan 2005 6:14PM
Touche - It seems that the 'old man' can be photographed all year round. Nice composition to get the two tarns in.
Garry

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