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mrswoolybill Plus
10 990 1514 United Kingdom
31 May 2013 8:08AM
One of the places where you can still get away from the crowds. I like the diagonals sweeping down.
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31 May 2013 8:11AM

Quote:One of the places where you can still get away from the crowds.


You might be surprised, Moira. Smile
woolybill1 Plus
10 22 68 United Kingdom
31 May 2013 8:18AM
Well composed, trees in the state where they look their best, patches of light sweeping across the fellside.
Turned my ankle last time in Langdale. Returning to the campsite from the Old Dungeon Ghyll late at night one of my companions decided to switch his torch off as I crossed a stile so I missed the landing. Laughter all round.
Spent the next day in A&E at Kendal and never did the intended climb.
1975??
Regards
Bill
31 May 2013 8:33AM
Ouch! Laughter!? good god you must've thankfully been rather well-oiled at the time, post-hostelry.

Cheers, Bill. Afraid I've been a touch less generous in return today BlushWink
woolybill1 Plus
10 22 68 United Kingdom
31 May 2013 8:39AM
No worries, Alan. I have some explaining to do on that score, socio-historical actally, but I'll p.m. you later: we're popping over to the Lakes today to reconnoitre the route of the Tour of Britain bike race.
31 May 2013 8:44AM
Okey dokey, Bill. Have a good day. I hear they're going to be struggling up Honister, from the Buttermere side. The buggers'll sure need some lungs on them for that!!
They'll need to keep off the fags for a bit first, I reckon GrinGrin
derrymaine 3 17 Greece
31 May 2013 8:52AM
beautiful, moody image
31 May 2013 8:53AM
Thanks, Eleftheria.Smile
cats_123 Plus
12 4.6k 27 Northern Ireland
31 May 2013 9:02AM
Good use of the sunlight Smile
richmowil Plus
7 310 1 England
31 May 2013 10:04AM
Great light - well captured!! Nice image! I like it a lot!!
marktc Plus
6 86 14 United Kingdom
31 May 2013 11:36AM
Give me a sense of my own small place in the world. An excellent portrayal of the immenseness of nature. I do wish I had the ability to convey that feeling in my images.. simply very special Alan. Maybe I should come to you for a few lessons.
31 May 2013 12:06PM

Quote: I do wish I had the ability to convey that feeling in my images...


You have. No doubt about that.
But you do need 2 other things-
1) A long enough lens to foreshorten perspective, and
2) A mountain, ideally.


Quote: Maybe I should come to you for a few lessons.


Any time, mate, there's one place left at my knee, so shall I book you in? Monthly or weekly invoicing? GrinGrin

.....Seriously though, comments like that blow me away, I'm not used to it. It means a hell of a lot when it's from someone who's no slouch himself.
( bloody hell, we're gonna start kissing in a minute....GrinGrin
WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.6k 148 England
31 May 2013 12:44PM
Exquisite lighting, Alan, and the stone wall makes an excellent bottom border.

Dave
31 May 2013 4:08PM
Cheers, Dave, that's very much appreciated Smile
SlowSong Plus
8 6.6k 29 England
31 May 2013 4:45PM
This looks very much like a traditional wet print. Superb detail in that wall and lovely rich blacks.
widtink 4 406 2 Scotland
31 May 2013 8:13PM
Stunning work Alan , great sense of scale and the light is phenomenal SmileSmile

Rod
31 May 2013 10:01PM
Howdy Rod. Thanks for the comments, mate, I've just been clocking your upload.Smile

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