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Buttermere at dawn

I took this shot at Buttermere at dawn today. The shot is handheld with no filters my other camera was on the tripod with filters attached being fired by RF remote so I was walking around and shooting and I prefered this shot.


Buttermere-dawn by alf.branch, on Flickr


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Re: Buttermere at dawn

lovely shot
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Re: Buttermere at dawn

Simply magic.
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Re: Buttermere at dawn

That's a cracker
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Re: Buttermere at dawn

Super shot Alf.
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Re: Buttermere at dawn

I love that view, and that's done it justice. Nice one Alf. And a foreground well worth keeping
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Re: Buttermere at dawn

Truly delightful.
I like the small clump of reeds just intruding into the golden reflection
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Re: Buttermere at dawn

Cracking image
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Re: Buttermere at dawn

That is fantastic
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Re: Buttermere at dawn

Amazing scene and handheld
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Re: Buttermere at dawn

Very nice Alf!
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Re: Buttermere at dawn

Just lovely.
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Re: Buttermere at dawn

Thankyou all for the comments.

It was shot at 1/40th sec so no big deal for handholding but the E-M1 was on the tripod.
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Re: Buttermere at dawn

Stunning! I wish I'd taken it.

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Re: Buttermere at dawn

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Stunning! I wish I'd taken it.

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