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alfpics Plus
18 370 4 England
11 Mar 2005 12:31PM
Makes me want to go there again! Have been up Helvellyn the last couple of autumns via Striding Edge). Where was this shot taken? Great lead in for the eye with the wall/ ridge
Andy

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tiben 16
11 Mar 2005 12:38PM
there is something strange and soothing...
Infynity visio...
i like it...
pebbles 16 106
11 Mar 2005 12:41PM
Lovely work, such a good composition, makes you want to be there yourself.

Excellent !

Alethea
tmann 15 4 2 United States
11 Mar 2005 12:58PM
Nice shot, nice compostion!
Well done,
Thomas
photopharm 15 154 England
11 Mar 2005 1:16PM
Looks like the top of the world. Smile
Great detail and texture in the snow, and I like the way the distant horizon is graded in blues.
Pauline
andytvcams 17 10.4k 1 United Kingdom
11 Mar 2005 1:26PM
You know your landscapes..

Andy...
11 Mar 2005 1:31PM
Beautifull composition and light the contrast across the shot is splendid. The snow covered dyke leads all the way over the shot. This is quite superb Pete.
All the very best
Dougie
kinfatric 15 550 9 Scotland
11 Mar 2005 1:32PM
Crackin' shot Pete just superb nice to c u uploading again Smile
Kin.
starliz 16 1.6k 3 England
11 Mar 2005 1:36PM
amazing shot like the lighting and shadow the ridge takes you to the sky and beyond,lovely.
martin.w Plus
18 598 23 United Kingdom
11 Mar 2005 1:39PM
Hey Pete, welcome back. Simply stunning winter image. Terrific lead in with the wall, taking you right through the shot.

Edit. Love the new info, lol!
gwyn h 16 432
11 Mar 2005 1:44PM
Cracking shot indeed Mr H.

Superb composition, the wall leading the eye onward over the hill is an excellent feature. You've caught the texture/shadows in the snow build up in the lee of the wall so very well, and the changes in light and colour across the sky is the icing on the cake.

All in all......I think I like it!

Gwyn
keithh 16 25.7k 33 Wallis And Futuna
11 Mar 2005 1:47PM
He's back
ericfaragh 16 149 5 United Kingdom
11 Mar 2005 2:12PM
Great composition, excellent use of the wall. Well done.
glazzaro 15 70 23 United States
11 Mar 2005 2:25PM
Wow, this is excellent, beautiful scene! Really captured well! Spot on! Click!!!

Greg
plutoman 15 347
11 Mar 2005 2:34PM
Excellent shot Pete, great lead into the frame. Nice light and tone. Well done..

Craig
pfheyes 16 254 1 United Kingdom
11 Mar 2005 2:41PM
Thanks very much everyone! Smile

Hi Andy - this is close to Striding Edge, this was taken next to the Hole In The Wall ... I kept the stile out of shot though, because of the bootprints in the snow.

Yup Keith - I've finished sulking now lol

Pete
suleesia 15 176 Malaysia
11 Mar 2005 8:19PM
excellent composition. stunning details in large view. nice work, Pete.
jaktis 16 84 Sweden
11 Mar 2005 10:59PM
Nice to see your pictures again. Lovely softness in the snow and great tones in it.

Peter
Paul_Barr 15 544 Scotland
11 Mar 2005 11:03PM
Good to see you back again Pete. I like the use of the dyke as a lead in. Excellent light and details on the snowdrift as well.

Paul
old timer 16 55 1 Scotland
11 Mar 2005 11:50PM
Perfectly exposed, Pete, in what must have been difficult lighting. Love the composition.
Jim
deavilin 16 352 1 United Kingdom
12 Mar 2005 12:20AM
What dreams are made of superb shotSmile

Charlotte
pfheyes 16 254 1 United Kingdom
12 Mar 2005 2:12AM
Thanks very much everyone!

Pete
iscramble 16 90 United Kingdom
12 Mar 2005 2:18AM
Spot on Pete. Excellent work.
Cheers
Phil
12 Mar 2005 3:11AM
Hey, nice to see you back!
I was so sad to see your portfolio had been stripped. It was like going to an art gallery where all the pictures had been stolen.
Glad to see you are still taking great pictures. I love the deep snow drift and the wall takes you out of the back of the computer.
Simon.
dalischone 15 295 Scotland
12 Mar 2005 3:18AM
Fantastic shot Pete, love the way the dyke leads you into shot and the detail the snow gives clinging to the side. Love the comp too with the drift in the foregound.

Agree with everyone, great to see you back and have your beautiful shots in the gallery again.

Tracy
highlander 16 32 Scotland
12 Mar 2005 8:42AM
This is beautiful Pete, the eye follows the dyke along the ridge and the combination between the light on the snow and the dark sky make this a great contrasting image. Nice work.
Doug.
12 Mar 2005 9:11AM
This shot is superb Pete. It's pin sharp from front to back and beautifully exposed. The lighting is also lovely as is the lead into the shot created by the wall. Lovely work. click

Joan
John_Duckett 16 386 2 Norfolk Island
12 Mar 2005 9:50AM
Stunning Pete perfectly exposed.

John
pfheyes 16 254 1 United Kingdom
12 Mar 2005 12:02PM
Thanks very much everyone!

Pete
jeanie Plus
16 6.0k 6 United Kingdom
12 Mar 2005 10:10PM
The exposure on the snow is spot on perfect. Lovely and white and crisp.

Jeanie
claret 16 49 England
13 Mar 2005 11:56PM
Withdrawal symptoms, eh Pete? Knew you wouldn't be able to fight the urge for long. Very pleased you crumbled. Your shots are the nearest I get to the Lakes these days. Great capture.
Iain
Mari 16 1.8k United Kingdom
14 Mar 2005 2:10PM
Excellent Pete, good to see you back with some amazing shots.

Mari
lobsterboy Plus
16 14.9k 13 United Kingdom
15 Mar 2005 4:46AM
Supurb shot Pete - the detail in the full size one is supurb.
Chris
pfheyes 16 254 1 United Kingdom
15 Mar 2005 11:21AM
Thanks everyone!

Pete
15 Mar 2005 11:46AM
One of your best Pete, enough said...

Phil
pfheyes 16 254 1 United Kingdom
15 Mar 2005 11:48AM
Thanks Phil!

Pete
C_Daniels Plus
15 399 10 England
29 Mar 2005 6:59AM
nice shot,like the exposure..brill area
clickd
markmurton 16 69 United Kingdom
3 Jun 2005 7:08AM
excellent
pfheyes 16 254 1 United Kingdom
3 Jun 2005 8:56AM
Thanks muchly, Mark Smile

Pete
David 19 32 Scotland
22 Jun 2005 1:35PM
Have not climbed a Munro for a year now. This excellent pic along with your others is inspiring me to get my boots out again.

Regards,

David.
pfheyes 16 254 1 United Kingdom
22 Jun 2005 1:55PM
Much appreciated David - it's a pity the Munros aren't closer to where I live, otherwise I'd be up there every weekend! Smile

Hope to see some mountain pics soon.

Pete

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