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radder

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Re: Fabulous sunset
« Reply #30 on: 00:51:31, 14/08/09 »
Here is one taken at Ladybower Reservoir in the Peak District tonight at 9.00pm, better to be out then stuck in when it's nice  O0


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Re: Fabulous sunset
« Reply #31 on: 05:54:48, 14/08/09 »
The hills provide a nice silohette  ;)

Nice photo

Arenig

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Re: Fabulous sunset
« Reply #32 on: 14:06:35, 14/08/09 »
Just had to stop and take a photo of this, apologies for the car headlights spoiling it!Had driven for 2 hours westwards and so seen the whole thing from start to finish...lovely :)



Hope you don't mind Dizzy, but i've used your photo above to try out some photo editing software of mine. I managed to remove the cars headlights, which I think you will agree, does improve the image.

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Re: Fabulous sunset
« Reply #33 on: 20:42:21, 14/08/09 »
Thats worked well cheers Arenig :)

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Re: Fabulous sunset
« Reply #34 on: 14:45:47, 25/08/09 »
Here are a couple of shots I took while walking yesterday evening. They were taken from the road between Harden Clough and Daisy Lee Moor, 2-3 miles South of Holmfirth. Not the best but nice enough imo.





Please excuse the crazy angle on the first one  ::)

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Re: Fabulous sunset
« Reply #35 on: 17:38:04, 25/08/09 »
I cricked my neck looking at the 1st one  ::)


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Re: Fabulous sunset
« Reply #36 on: 18:41:08, 25/08/09 »
I cricked my neck looking at the 1st one  ::)



Me too  ;D

Franakapan

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Re: Fabulous sunset
« Reply #37 on: 20:08:49, 25/08/09 »
Maybe I should have put a heath warning above the pic  ;)

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Re: Fabulous sunset
« Reply #38 on: 20:19:11, 25/08/09 »
Here, I've straightened it for you. I'm sure you'll agree, it looks a damn sight better now.

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Re: Fabulous sunset
« Reply #39 on: 21:03:24, 25/08/09 »
Here, I've straightened it for you. I'm sure you'll agree, it looks a damn sight better now.



That's one way of making someone drop the computer :o

colliecorner

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Re: Fabulous sunset
« Reply #40 on: 22:00:50, 25/08/09 »
i actually prefer it before  ;D

it is a stunning picture  O0

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Re: Fabulous sunset
« Reply #41 on: 22:01:31, 25/08/09 »
Went for a walk at Glasson Dock earlier to catch some reflections and the sunset.

Looking across the River Lune to Sunderland Point. You can just see Peel Island across Morecambe Bay. Thats a windboarders kite in the centre on Middleton Sands
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Re: Fabulous sunset
« Reply #42 on: 23:11:01, 25/08/09 »

Crummock Water and Loweswater from my recent wildcamp on the slopes of Robinson.
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Re: Fabulous sunset
« Reply #43 on: 05:13:08, 26/08/09 »
Two very nice photo's  ;)

rayf52

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Re: Fabulous sunset
« Reply #44 on: 20:34:11, 03/09/09 »
i took this on chesil beach in portland