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Langdale Valley

By Tony_W
I'd found this view early in the week but the weather was always overcast. The first sunny morning I grabbed my gear and drove down the valley to capture a number of images.
This is the first one where the light was high enough to light the valley floor.

Any comments or criticism welcome.
Thanks for looking.

Exposure: 1/30 @ f18 ISO 100 + ND Grads

Tags: Lake district Autumn Lakes Langdale Landscape and travel Moutains

Voters: Pegon, colin63, ABstudio and 19 more

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8 Nov 2008 2:57PM
Cracking image Tony


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Yep it gets my vote
8 Nov 2008 3:07PM
Great shot,
8 Nov 2008 3:11PM
Beautiful image showing how it is so worth waiting for the light superb Smile
jdenman Plus
9 18 5 Spain
8 Nov 2008 3:12PM
Beautiful view, well captured.
This is nice composition. Good reflection and landscape.
steve_eb Plus
9 354 8 United Kingdom
8 Nov 2008 3:28PM
Simple & stunning... Steve
8 Nov 2008 3:29PM
Stunningly Gorgeous!...

Langdale is such a lovely place!
shaz4 Plus
12 26 2 United Kingdom
8 Nov 2008 5:36PM
Worth the wait Tony..Stunning picture..
Barbaraj Plus
10 450 England
8 Nov 2008 7:41PM
Well wrth viewing large.
Tony_W Plus
10 128 5
8 Nov 2008 11:41PM
Thank you everyone for the votes and comments. You may have to wait for the light at this time of year but at least sunrise is at a reasonable time in the morning.
rangerpaul Plus
10 19 7 England
9 Nov 2008 4:41PM
Another good 'un Tony. Think I would of liked to see some more reflection in this shot. Looks a tad chopped off. Don't know if the whole of the cloud reflection was in the original but that's what I'm thinking.
Wonderful tones again and superbly taken.
Tony_W Plus
10 128 5
9 Nov 2008 5:02PM
Thanks for the comment Paul, appreciated at ever.
Unfortunately the shot was framed as such as the river was very narrow at this point. I've got wider shots but they included clumps of grass sticking into the shot from the near riverbank.

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