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4 Jan 2010 4:38PM
Great shot.

RJ

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Bravdo Plus
8 17 2 United Kingdom
4 Jan 2010 4:39PM
Nice capture. Certainly a cold one there. Captured the colour and detail nicely.

Happy New Year & all the best for 2010.

Barry
RonnieAG Plus
6 153 116 Scotland
4 Jan 2010 4:41PM
Beautifully crisp image of the farm, Stephen, but giving an idea of how much more difficult these winter conditions must be for upland farmers.
Ronnie.
ray835 7 149 Wales
4 Jan 2010 4:51PM
can just imagine sitting in there with a big roaring fire and a nice bottle of malt .........pure heaven
Brilliant exposure and colour
nimmo47 7 6 England
4 Jan 2010 4:54PM
Great shot, Nice crisp detail.
colmar 9 42 35 Scotland
4 Jan 2010 4:54PM
Another great image with great detail of the amounts that fell, saw the Pub story made sky news although they featured Tan Hill they mentioned a couple of others and was sure the one you were in was one of them ! Thanks for sharing it Colin
TrevBatWCC Plus
8 12 10 England
4 Jan 2010 5:27PM
Great capture of this wintery scene, Stephen, and lovely lighting.
TrevB Smile
4 Jan 2010 5:41PM
Well captured , liking the snow on the brickwork
Regards Lee
PeterDSmith 8 13 46 United Kingdom
4 Jan 2010 6:46PM
Technically, I think you have done well to choose the correct exposure for this photograph. If you had not overridden your camera's meter, then the snow would have looked grey, instead of white. Or, if not, you had the good sense to set your camera to capture RAW images, so that you could correct the exposure in post-processing.

If I were to criticise, I would say that the gate in the foreground does not stand out from the buildings in the middle ground. In order to separate these two elements of the composition, I think the photograph should have been taken from a higher viewpoint. Also, to lead the viewer from the foreground to the middleground, linking these two elements, I think the gate should have been opened.
Beautiful snow scene Steve - well taken

Chris
andylea 7 37 1 United Kingdom
4 Jan 2010 10:06PM
wonderful light cracking colour steve love this beautiful winter capture nice one Wink
andy
hary60 7 2 United Kingdom
4 Jan 2010 10:53PM
Superb snow scene well done
Harry
Great shot - love how the snow has filled in the pointing around the stonework.
Neil
YorkshireSam 6 110 3 United Kingdom
31 Jan 2010 9:56PM
Very well taken , the exposure is great and it's a lovely little composition.

Nice one !
22 Feb 2010 10:21PM
Cracking shot Steve, you have some really nice images amongst your collection.

Best Wishes Terry.
14 Apr 2010 12:45PM
Great shot, it certainly would not look out of place on a Christmas Card

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