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Loweswater afternoon reflections

These were shot in terribly harsh light on a misty/hazy day whne I went out for a walk.


Loweswater sunshine reflections 2 edit by Alf Branch, on Flickr


Loweswater sunshine reflections by Alf Branch, on Flickr


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Re: Loweswater afternoon reflections

The harsh light makes for a couple of interesting and attractive images.
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Re: Loweswater afternoon reflections

I think they work well .
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Re: Loweswater afternoon reflections

the top one especially is quite impressionist.. nice

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Re: Loweswater afternoon reflections

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The harsh light makes for a couple of interesting and attractive images.

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the top one especially is quite impressionist.. nice

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Re: Loweswater afternoon reflections

All good, the lakes to me are a picture no matter what the weather.
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Re: Loweswater afternoon reflections

I particularly like the firs one too. very atmospheric.
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Re: Loweswater afternoon reflections

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All good, the lakes to me are a picture no matter what the weather.

The art is to be able to create the shot in any weather Sam

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I particularly like the firs one too. very atmospheric.

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