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Wycoller

By paulrankin
Taken last September at Wycoller the image shows vaccary walling over a thousand years old. I spent around 30mins waiting for the evening sun to illuminate the hillside and was rewarded with 5-10 minutes when the hillside was glowing yellow.

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: PeteBailey, LukeR, Chant57 and 19 more


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redstag 16 100 15 United Kingdom
30 Mar 2006 12:18PM
You've cooked up a super shot here, lovely colours especially in the grasses.
30 Mar 2006 12:20PM
Lovely pic!

H
30 Mar 2006 12:23PM
Fantastic colours and saturation.
PS. any relation to Northern Ireland's finest chef?

Matt
oppo 16 6 2 Scotland
30 Mar 2006 12:24PM
Well worth the wait Paul. Great image...Phil
hannnahhh 16 2
30 Mar 2006 12:28PM
could be a painting..

30 minutes.. that's dedication
Five-Aces 16 51 United Kingdom
30 Mar 2006 12:31PM
Love the colour....
croberts 17 2.2k 8 Ireland
30 Mar 2006 12:58PM
gorgeous shot.your patience has paid off.
30 Mar 2006 10:31PM
And good composition too!!
Chris_H 18 1.5k 1
31 Mar 2006 5:20AM
Nice image and good composition with the wall leading the eye to the tree.

Chris
paulrankin 16 4 United Kingdom
31 Mar 2006 6:10AM
thanks everyone for your kind comments - afraid im not related to northern irelands finest chef (my wife will probably destify that that) and also my dad Ian has never wrote a book.
Chant57 16 395 3 United Kingdom
2 Apr 2006 6:32AM
Just caught up on your portfolio - vibrant rich colour in this capture, your patience paid dividends.

Well done, Look forward to more.
C
PeteBailey 19 14 United Kingdom
6 Apr 2006 3:02PM
Your time spent was well rewarded. A great picture with splendid colours.
sooty 36 17 14 United Kingdom
18 Apr 2006 11:58AM
Cracking colours. Nice one.
chris
joolsb 17 27.1k 38 Switzerland
25 Apr 2006 12:02PM
So you converted from digital to MF? Wise choice if the quality of your pf is anything to go by. Some excellent work here.

There's only one problem with MF (and 645 in particular). You always end up wanting more. I've just got myself an LF camera and now I can't get enough of photography in the slow-lane!

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