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And It All Started So Well

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  • And It All Started So Well

    Hi Folks

    So did a walk in the Langdales (Lake District) last week. Started off with a nice sunrise



    Nicely lit up Crinkle Crags (where our walk went)





    Got up there, weather turned, started snowing, camera back in its bag for the day.



    Pah!

    Thanks for looking.

    Neil

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    Excellent shots! Number 2 and 3 are fantastic, that light is magical on the snowy peaks, well done
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      Re: And It All Started So Well

      Well at least you got some fantastic shots before the snow started.

      No. 3 is absolutely stunning.

      Thanks for sharing.
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        Re: And It All Started So Well

        Beautiful landscapes, well composed and nice light! I especially like the colour gesture in the river in the first image, that reflects the colour of the sky.
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          Re: And It All Started So Well

          Thank you for your comments. The light on the hills and the valley nearly caught me out - literally all over in a couple of minutes. By the time we finished the walk (late afternoon) the snow was right down at road level...I would have taken a picture but the pub beckoned!

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            Re: And It All Started So Well

            Brave man, I personally like 2 & 3.

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            • #7
              Re: And It All Started So Well

              Lovely light, well captured.
              The picture tells the story, great when you have a bad memory.DW.

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                Re: And It All Started So Well

                Love the first shot, the glow from the meandering river...love the lakes....it's the place to be Neil to get shots like these..

                Peter
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                  Re: And It All Started So Well

                  I love number 3 with the different lights on the crags.

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                    Re: And It All Started So Well

                    Neil, SUPERB images takes me back a few years when I was Ghyll Scrambing; Abseiling and Rock Climbing about Langdale

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