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A stiff walk to the top of the hill,
more for exercise than photography.


I've shot the telco towers and the NE Victorian panorama several times under different light.
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Re: Hilltop

~1 is nicely composed Mark. ~2 is a lovely landscape. Nice photos, well worth the walk.....
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Re: Hilltop

Thanks Mark. Panos seem to be all.the go today.
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Re: Hilltop

Looks like a nice walk. You are certainly getting the best out of your new camera Mark.
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Re: Hilltop

Phill, The Warby Range is great for walking but I'd have to say that it's not terribly picturesque as far as photography goes.
Some wag had draped a scarf on the stump in the landscape above, which I removed before taking the shot.

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Re: Hilltop

I do love a dread tree. Looks a lovely location
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I do love a dread tree. Looks a lovely location
You should go to Mundon in Essex, on the Dengie peninsula:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mundon...k_-_288921.jpg

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You should go to Mundon in Essex, on the Dengie peninsula:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mundon...k_-_288921.jpg

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That's just gone on my to do list although Essex is a long way for me. I'd like to nip to Kent to do Dungeness too!

I recently saw a picture of similar dead trees but in a lake, i didnt take note of its location though and cant find it now
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That's just gone on my to do list although Essex is a long way for me. I'd like to nip to Kent to do Dungeness too!
It's a magical spot with no-one around. The old disused church is picturesque as well.

Dungeness is also interesting, though a bit eerie and other worldly. The buildings, mainly built around old railway carriages, can be very expensive.

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Re: Hilltop

Nice view (provided you don't look up at the towers).
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