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Looking Howe by scotto Looking Howe by scotto
Crags of 'Looking Howe' , Grasmere Common.
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gensanity Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
i want to go
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Jo-Sef Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2007
Love the lighting in this shot
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phlezk Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2007
an HDR done right :thumbsup:
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Deep-Emerald Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2007
wow... very nice... well captured! :+fav:
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eswendel Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
:thumbs::thumbs:
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alfa Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
Awesome!:clap:
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Shadow-Wolf Featured By Owner Oct 8, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
There is true movement in this landscape, form light to dark, from intense colour hue to grey, and those sky swirls... Beautiful.
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knowleser Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2007
beautiful shot. I struggle when trying to take landscape shots what time of day is best, where should the light in the sky be? This works really well and helps define the uneven hillside and give the photo great depth and form.

Do you have a particular time of day that works best for you?
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scotto Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2007   Photographer
Early morning around sunrise and the hour after it, and the hour leading up to sunset are best for long shadows, greater depth and richer colour. I much prefer these times. Winter is a little more forgiving with he sun staying lower in the sky all day. :)
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knowleser Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2007
Cheers man for the tips ;-)
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