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sunnydale

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4005 on: 19:11:05, 07/04/19 »
Lovely photos folks 8)
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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4006 on: 10:14:34, 09/04/19 »

I thought I'd go off piste and look at a few mineshafts around the White Peak area yesterday - Some of the Views were stunning.


The View from Carber Low in the White Peak area of the Peak District by Roy Pollard, on Flickr
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Rob Goes Walking

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4007 on: 19:11:52, 13/04/19 »




Taken from Barton Fell overlooking Ullswater in the Lake District (NY4654521312) whilst walking from Howtown to Pooley Bridge via Loadpot Hill and Arthur's Pike.


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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4009 on: 22:33:26, 15/04/19 »
One from Sundays walk from Howtown to PB via the High street Range. Take just after getting off the ferry at Howtown
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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4010 on: 22:48:54, 15/04/19 »
Love the moody skies offset by the fells  O0


Lots of lovely pics on here by everyone else too  :)
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Rob Goes Walking

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4011 on: 22:56:46, 15/04/19 »
One from Sundays walk from Howtown to PB via the High street Range. Take just after getting off the ferry at Howtown


Wondered how your walk went. Nice photo, assuming you used a drone to do that?

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4012 on: 06:50:32, 16/04/19 »
Cheers Guys.  :)


Rob, It was a good walk but bitterly cold on the tops particularly with the wind.
The photo was taken with a Sony RX100. It's a composite of 4 shots stitched together in Lightroom as a panorama. It can take panoramas internally but they're stored as JPGs and don't come out as well IMO.

Rob Goes Walking

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4013 on: 07:44:29, 16/04/19 »
The photo was taken with a Sony RX100. It's a composite of 4 shots stitched together in Lightroom as a panorama. It can take panoramas internally but they're stored as JPGs and don't come out as well IMO.


You must be really tall or it's the way you edited it, those fence posts look well below the camera and so do the sheep!

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4014 on: 07:54:25, 16/04/19 »
Are you viewing it on a mobile device? Just looking at it on my mobile and it looks very distorted there.

Rob Goes Walking

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4015 on: 07:57:49, 16/04/19 »
Are you viewing it on a mobile device? Just looking at it on my mobile and it looks very distorted there.

Yes but I opened it in Flickr and turned my phone sideways, doesn't look like you were as high up as it does in the forum but still looks high.

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4016 on: 20:27:05, 18/04/19 »
No photos today that stood out to me but of a not so great bunch this one was my favourite.

Taken from NY3370901666, a few hundred metres from the summit of Black Crag.




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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4017 on: 19:54:33, 19/04/19 »
Our lunchtime accommodation today in a picturesque bothy.
Touching from a distance, further all the time.

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4018 on: 20:18:57, 19/04/19 »
Our lunchtime accommodation today in a picturesque bothy.

Looks like a little cottage. Very nice.

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4019 on: 20:23:16, 19/04/19 »
Itís the Lluest Cwm Bach bothy Rob, it actually was a cottage until 1952 and was a roofless ruin when it was refurbished in 2013.
Touching from a distance, further all the time.