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On old shot from wasdale

This was taken with OM2sp about 24 years ago. I still remember the feeling I had when right after taking this shot I ran out of colour film and continued shooting in B&W.


Wasdale slide by alf.branch, on Flickr
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Re: On old shot from wasdale

Wow yeah, I can almost see the light moving across the hills.
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Re: On old shot from wasdale

Yes, the diagonals give it life.
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Re: On old shot from wasdale

A wonderful shot but what a time to run out of colour film!
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Re: On old shot from wasdale

Thanks for the comments guys.
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Re: On old shot from wasdale

Thanks for that, the beauty of wasdale is It Hasn't changed. Its still the same thank goodness, though I do see more people with canoe's during the day hope to be up there again very soon.
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Re: On old shot from wasdale

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Its still the same thank goodness, though I do see more people with canoe's during the day hope to be up there again very soon.
I feel like going tomorrow morning now
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Re: On old shot from wasdale

Feel like I am sitting there enjoying the view with you, superb.
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Re: On old shot from wasdale

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This was taken with OM2sp about 24 years ago. I still remember the feeling I had when right after taking this shot I ran out of colour film and continued shooting in B&W.


Wasdale slide by alf.branch, on Flickr
Looks like a beautiful painting! Even the clouds conspire to add to the surreal beauty of the scene!

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A stunner Alf
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Feel like I am sitting there enjoying the view with you, superb.
It was a beautiful afternoon a rare combination of still are and golden light.

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Looks like a beautiful painting! Even the clouds conspire to add to the surreal beauty of the scene!

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This is just how the slide looks too.

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