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woodlark 16 545 1 United Kingdom
13 Mar 2005 12:34PM
Didn't see this mornings post but this one is Cracking,

Karl

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martin.w Plus
18 598 23 United Kingdom
13 Mar 2005 12:35PM
You have done very well Pete considering the range of exposure, looks fine to me. Do people actually walk along that ridge?
elcid 16 150 England
13 Mar 2005 12:36PM
Superb shot Peter, wow.

Bill.
StuartAt 15 1.1k 8 United Kingdom
13 Mar 2005 12:36PM
Love it. Fantastic place, wish I could get pics like this!

Stuart
pfheyes 16 254 1 United Kingdom
13 Mar 2005 12:37PM
Thanks All.

Aye Martin, I went over the ridge, closely followed by the chappy caught pausing over the (so called) Bad Step.

All the best,

Pete
phowtow 15 46
13 Mar 2005 12:38PM
Excellent shot, full of mood. been here many a time in varying weathers.

chris
kit-monster 16 3.7k 2 Singapore
13 Mar 2005 12:45PM
I knew it had to be yours! Stunning shot . . . you lucky, lucky boy!

Edward
Gavin 15 17
13 Mar 2005 12:50PM
How did you get up there? Great shot.

Gavin
gary900r 16 474 England
13 Mar 2005 12:56PM
Stunning image.
Gary
pfheyes 16 254 1 United Kingdom
13 Mar 2005 1:01PM
Thanks guys.

Pete
highlander 16 32 Scotland
13 Mar 2005 1:05PM
My word I am impressed Pete...that light on the foreground snow is so perfect as an anchor for depth and the gradual light up the ridge features beautifully...great atmospheric feel coming from your sky. Well done.
Doug.
glazzaro 15 70 23 United States
13 Mar 2005 1:10PM
I am with the highlander! Impressive, you really captured this view, I can not say it as eloquently as the highlander, so I will give you Hats Off, Spot On! Click!!!!

Greg
jeanie Plus
16 6.0k 6 United Kingdom
13 Mar 2005 1:34PM
Exposing the snow is tricky. I learnt to over expose by 1 stop and it seems to work. You have it off to a tee on this.
Jeanie
Falconer 15 16
13 Mar 2005 1:48PM
This has very very well! should get an award for just being there too! click
jasonewell 15 34 United Kingdom
13 Mar 2005 1:48PM
Stunning detail and clarity Pete. Great work.
Jason
gwyn h 16 432
13 Mar 2005 2:03PM
Super shot Pete, Striding Edge never looked better.

Gwyn
kinfatric 15 550 9 Scotland
13 Mar 2005 2:35PM
Liked the first and this one too.
dalischone 15 295 Scotland
13 Mar 2005 2:56PM
Majestic! Fantastic shot Pete, excellent.

Tracy
stevebutler 15 122 England
13 Mar 2005 3:50PM
Quality work Pete. Well composed and exposed.

Steve!
geoffrey baker 16 501 1 Wales
13 Mar 2005 4:03PM
A lovely shot, well done.
Geoff.
jaktis 16 84 Sweden
13 Mar 2005 10:10PM
He still feels small the hiker and I guess I have to click again.

Peter
13 Mar 2005 10:51PM
I wouldn't go up there for a lottery win. This is excellent from the sow in the fg along the line of the ridge, and that sky is so moody. I love the whole thing.
All the best
Dougie
nanpantanman 16 24 1 England
13 Mar 2005 11:14PM
Wonderful. Majestic scenery. Click.
Kevin.
claret 16 49 England
14 Mar 2005 12:02AM
30 up again. Nicely composed. Looks a bit airy from this vantage point. Didn't see the earlier version but this works well.
Iain
old timer 16 55 1 Scotland
14 Mar 2005 12:58AM
Fabulously moody shot, Pete. I could almost (but not quite) be tempted up there Smile
Jim
johnjrp 16 432 5 Australia
14 Mar 2005 4:01AM
Stunning detail. Almost feel I'm up there as well. Well taken. click. John
John_Duckett 16 386 2 Norfolk Island
14 Mar 2005 4:16AM
Best yet Pete. The atmosphere in this is just amazing.

John
Kris_Dutson 17 8.2k 1 England
14 Mar 2005 7:22AM
Superb from front to back.

Kris.
IRaddict 17 34
14 Mar 2005 10:27AM
That looks one trecherous route, great atmosphere.
Nice one Pete.
paulstefan 15 509 1 United Kingdom
14 Mar 2005 10:30AM
Superb location and excellent shot of it, Pete.
cheers, Paul
pfheyes 16 254 1 United Kingdom
14 Mar 2005 10:32AM
Thanks very much everyone! There was a wide dynamic range in the shot, so I exposed to ensure the highlights weren't lost and so that I could conjur a workable image using the RAW converter and Photoshop. I'd prefer to get it in-camera if I can, but because of the time of day, this image was beyond that.

Hi Peter (Jaktis) - I appreciate you clicking again, you didn't need to. Smile

Hi Iain - yeah, this was taken on top of the wee scramble before the final pull to the summit.

Thanks again,

Pete
Yogendra 16 22 1 United Kingdom
14 Mar 2005 10:55AM
Stunning shot, Superb.

Yogendra
lobsterboy Plus
16 14.9k 13 United Kingdom
15 Mar 2005 4:49AM
Quite frankly an amazing shot.
Good to see you back with the addicts too.
Chris
pfheyes 16 254 1 United Kingdom
15 Mar 2005 11:20AM
Thanks Yogendra and Chris

Pete
photopharm 15 154 England
16 Mar 2005 12:13PM
One addict to another - glad you are back. This is a superb shot for all the reasons already mentioned Smile
Pauline
pfheyes 16 254 1 United Kingdom
16 Mar 2005 12:37PM
Thanks very much Pauline!

Pete
ptilley 18 11 United Kingdom
30 Mar 2005 5:29PM
Stunning Shot! Paul.
pfheyes 16 254 1 United Kingdom
3 Apr 2005 8:53AM
Thanks muchly Paul

Pete
stevenr 16 9
31 May 2005 1:05AM
Fantastic shot, conveying a real sense of awe to those who think the English countryside is all green fields and hedges!
pfheyes 16 254 1 United Kingdom
31 May 2005 2:00AM
Thanks Steve!

Pete
Scott_Scot 15 4 4 Scotland
15 Jun 2005 1:57PM
A great shot of England's only 'nearly' Scottish hill walk.

Only joking ... Looks like it was a day to remember. Well captured,

Scott
pfheyes 16 254 1 United Kingdom
15 Jun 2005 2:03PM
LOL Scott - there's more than a grain of truth to your comment. I haven't had a proper highland jaunt for nearly a year (did An Teallach in August) and I'm GAGGING for one! I love the lakes, but they largely lack the sheer scale and drama of the highlands ... and it pains me to say it. :o)

Thanks

Pete

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