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Buttermere yesterday morning with a little mist

I went to Buttermere yesterday morning I was later than I would have liked and the place was very busy for a Wednesday. I always find it interesting how people get so invested in one composition and do not move. Then when the light is happening behind them they do not notice or move.

Anyway this is what I got and have processed so far. I am to shooting with two cameras as one has just been repaired.

Buttermere morning mist_ by Alf Branch, on Flickr

Buttermere morning mist 2 by Alf Branch, on Flickr

Buttermere morning mist 3 by Alf Branch, on Flickr

Buttermere morning mist flypast by Alf Branch, on Flickr

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Re: Buttermere yesterday morning with a little mist

I like them ALL. Anyone of them would have been a sure winner in the landscape.
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Re: Buttermere yesterday morning with a little mist

They are all superb - but I keep returning to the flypast. Somehow the pale green tree in the background draws you in.
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Re: Buttermere yesterday morning with a little mist

I like them all too, a really lovely selection Alf. Just wondered what the others were shooting if it wasn't this?
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Re: Buttermere yesterday morning with a little mist

Lovely misty shots Alf. #1 for me.
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Beautiful captures .... All of them.
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Re: Buttermere yesterday morning with a little mist

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I like them ALL. Anyone of them would have been a sure winner in the landscape.
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They are all superb - but I keep returning to the flypast. Somehow the pale green tree in the background draws you in.
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I like them all too, a really lovely selection Alf. Just wondered what the others were shooting if it wasn't this?
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These shots are not in order the first and third shots were the last shots. The second was what I was shooting when other were pointing the direction of the first but there was no light.
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Re: Buttermere yesterday morning with a little mist

I also like the whole set. you are lucky to have all of that right on your doorstep, but you also clearly put the effort in to make best use of it

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