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Old 19th November 2012
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Wasdale

I have taken a few shots at Wasdale of the years here are a couple.


Wasdale 01-03-11 2 by alf.branch, on Flickr


Wasdale 01-03-11 2 B&W 2 by alf.branch, on Flickr


Wasdale afternoon by alf.branch, on Flickr


wasdale Panorama taken from Great Gable 2 by alf.branch, on Flickr

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Re: Wasdale

All great shots, especially like the first and last.
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Re: Wasdale

No 1 for me, too. It's got that delicate early morning feel to it, slightly misty with pastel tones, but from the direction of the light I'd say it was evening. Whatever the time of day, it's a lovely shot.
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Re: Wasdale

Yes lovely shots there Alf, no#1 & 4 best for me too.
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Re: Wasdale

All absolutely cracking shots!

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Re: Wasdale

The panorama is very effective.
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Re: Wasdale

Cracking set Alf!
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Re: Wasdale

No's 1&2 for me. But all of them do you credit.You've captured the 'feel' of the Lake District very well.
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Re: Wasdale

Thanks for the comments guys

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No 1 for me, too. It's got that delicate early morning feel to it, slightly misty with pastel tones, but from the direction of the light I'd say it was evening. Whatever the time of day, it's a lovely shot.
Well it was an evening in march as the sun was setting which is the best time of day to shoot the classic view IMO especially in winter colours. I was on the way to the pub for a meal and few beers SWMBO was driving home

Looking at the light as I have just arrived home from work I wish I was there now.
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