ABOUT ME

I live in a camper van with a couple of West Highland Terriers for company.
My passion is photography but it is a work in progress.
I am always willing to share what knowledge I have and can be contacted through the comments on this post or e-mail ADRIAN
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Wednesday, 7 March 2012

TIME OUT. (07/03/12)

Posting is a problem here. I’m still at the Church House Inn, more precisely I’m parked at the rear of it. I am enjoying this place but it will take at least three goes to post this blog and possibly six, c’est la vie.

I was out before dawn yesterday and had a wonderful frosty walk. There was an inversion over Coniston Water unfortunately all images of it are contre jour. I pointed the camera at this and that and had a grand time._3061831_2_3_4_5_tonemapped_edited-1

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_3061836_37_38_39_40_tonemapped_edited-1 Three images taken as the sun climbed and cast it’s light over Torver.

_3061856_57_58_59_60_tonemapped_edited-1 The cairn on The Banks. Morcambe Bay is on the horizon. This is as high as I got.

_3061861_2_3_4_5_tonemapped_edited-1 I include this as I noticed that the clouds reflected the form of the small Hawthorn. How it survives is beyond me. The prevailing westerly winds deform most trees here.

I’ll do my best to get on the internet and catch up but commenting is a real pain.

Have fun.

21 comments:

  1. Your last image here is total magic Adrian....I love it!

    -Trevor

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  2. A stunning set of images Adrian. The last one is a cracker...well spotted!...[;o)

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  3. Lovely landscape you have, never mind that you cannot send a daily post, they are beautiful.

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  4. Every photo in this set is strong. I like the light progression in the first three, especially as it interacts with the mist.

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  5. I do like the last windswept tree. In general it does look a bit bleak there.

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  6. I love the last one and the ones with mists. Cheers, Ruby

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  7. You had a very enjoyable morning. Thanks for sharing it with us.

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  8. All your photos are awesome, but I like the last one best. Have a great time where you are and blog when you can. Love to here from you always.

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  9. Wonderful images Adrian and it's a lovely place to wander about. Cloud inversions in the lakes can produce some stunning images and yours are lovely to see..

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  10. Well the internet has been blown away by the wind!
    I love that hawthorn with the cloud! I am always amazed of how trees and bushes still grow despite terrible weather conditions such as harsh winds! And how can a little seed roots and survive to start with!! The magic of Nature! keep well Adrian.

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  11. Beautiful images of the mist/fog in the early morning light. Thanks Adrian,

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  12. Those first three images could almost entice me outdoors on a frosty morning. I'm glad you're so much hardier than I am. The last one is great - and tells a bleak tale.

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  13. I used to have a copy of a picture by Casper David Friedrich on my office wall that I'd bought in the Museum of Modern Art in Berlin (the picture, not my office wall). Your last photo reminded me of it.

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  14. Great set of photos. I love the ones with the fog.

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  15. Sorry about your connection woes. I hope they improve soon. Your photos are just lovely.. I want that tree.

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  16. Great series of beautiful photos, love all of them!
    Thanks for sharing.
    Mette

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  17. Amazing landscape Adrian..great photos.

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  18. My favorite would be the 2nd & last one of-course... great clicks!

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  19. Hope you are enjoying yourself ~ lovely area and photos with your special touch.

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