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Moorland Runner

By Trevhas  
Fantastic clouds last night with the occasional sun beaming down like a torch between the clouds. Whilst waiting for the yellow god to appear i noticed a runner coming down the trail, knowing he had to pass in front of the camera i quickly changed the iso and opened up a couple of stops from my normal landscape setting.

Tags: Stanage edge Landscape and travel

Voters: longjohn, Pete, bluesandtwos and 28 more

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longjohn 10 5
23 Jun 2013 9:20AM
Great shot - lovely atmosphere

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tonyng 8 10 2 United Kingdom
23 Jun 2013 9:57AM
Like it. Very well composed.
Trevhas Plus
5 1.3k 3 United Kingdom
23 Jun 2013 10:02AM
Thank you very much Epz for my first ever Highly Commended award, it's very much appreciated, it makes putting up with last nights gale force winds well worth it.
timjnngs 10 3 United Kingdom
23 Jun 2013 10:50AM
The exposure is spot on, and has great detail in this photo.

Great image Trevor. The use of the runner is just right, the timing of the capture has been well judged so the fence on the right taks the eye into him/her.

Like it a lot.


ColleenA Plus
5 362 6 Australia
23 Jun 2013 8:43PM
Wow!!! well spotted, its an amazing capture, you got him in just the right spot....well done
almiles 8 38 102 United Kingdom
23 Jun 2013 10:47PM
Quick thinking Trevor, and a great set up too, I'd have missed the moment for sure. It's a very modern take on the figure in the landscape and thoroughly deserving of the HC, congratulations!
Trevhas Plus
5 1.3k 3 United Kingdom
24 Jun 2013 11:17AM
Thanks for your comments everyone, i only managed to take two shots because i had left the mirror up as i always do for landscapes ( less shake = additional sharpness) and the shutter was slow anyway 1/45th but luckily the first pic was the best.

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