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Taken within the Golden Hour which seemed to continue for much more than an hour on Sunday due to a hazy cloud bank to the East. Whilst the sky wasn’t overly dramatic the light and colours were superb.
EOS 1D MkIII Canon 24-105mm (L)
water, sunrise, lakes, cumbria, lakeland, haweswater, swine crag
Professional Travel Photographer and Teacher of Photography living in County Durham, North East UK.
David Lewins Photography
Lovely capture David.
Thank you Richard, much appreciated
– David Lewins
Really nice piece of work. Love the lilac tones of the lake very different.
Cheers Mike, the light and colours were amazing.
I can see why it’s called the golden hour, but the purple tones are also gorgeous. A very fine view with lovely light.
Thank you Bevan, certainly happy with the way this one turned out.
Nice work there David. Great colours!
Thank you for your kind comment Merrilyn
A stunning shot David, wonderful views and excellent lighting!
Thank you Shaun, that little bit of hight certainly makes all the difference. :-)
Very beautifully photographed, David.
Thank you very much for your support Steven.
Gorgeous work, David!
Thank you very much my friend
Ooooh gorgeous colouring. The cloudy-water coloured sky and the bluish water, great reversal ;o)
Pleased you like it Akkra, appreciate your comment
Gorgeous Capture, David!
Cheers to you!
Smiles Leilani :o)
Thank you Leilani, much appreciated
I so liked the fact that I could meander down over the crag and make my way to the lake….. unusual yet beautiful!!!! Wonderful work!!!!
Thank you very much Brenda