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From The Castle Window by Lynne Morris

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Taken from Dunstanburgh Castle window overlooking the Northumbrian Coastline on the north east of England. Dunstanburgh Castle dates back to the 14th century and is managed by English Heritage and is part of the National Trust Organisation.

Taken with canon50d and sigma 24-70 lens


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  • RakeshSyal
    RakeshSyalover 4 years ago

    WOW!! Great capture, Lynne! Love this frame in frame composition!

  • Thanks so much for your kind comments my friend.

    – Lynne Morris

  • Palynn
    Palynnover 4 years ago

    Lynne This is Magnificent Fab Framing Well spotted Good eye on this one Superb Treatment As well A fav Pal Cracking Image Frank

  • Thank you so much Frank, glad you like this one :)

    – Lynne Morris

  • mompaq
    mompaqover 4 years ago


  • Thanks mompag :)

    – Lynne Morris

  • sfoxphotography
    sfoxphotographyover 4 years ago

    …Lynne this is absolutely wonderful…fantastic photography, editing and presentation…what a view

  • Thanks so much Shirley for your kind comments :)

    – Lynne Morris

  • Robin Brown
    Robin Brownover 4 years ago

    Wee touch oh flash me thinks Lynne!! Could there also be a hint of HDR. Qulaity shot xx

  • Thanks friend for your kind comments, no HDR but a wee hint of lucis art :)

    – Lynne Morris

  • Robin Brown
    Robin Brownover 4 years ago

    Lost me on that fancy stuff Lynne. Popped in before I hit the sack. Sold a T-shirt today & wanted to check out how things were. Totally wiped out, feel I just might get a catch up sleep tonight. OD’d on a drowsey cough mixture. Sometimes does the trick XX

  • DonDavisUK
    DonDavisUKover 4 years ago

    Awesome capture Lynne. It looks really great in the black outline and as a card. Great work. Don.

  • Thanks so much for your kind comments Don.

    – Lynne Morris

  • Carol2
    Carol2over 4 years ago

    Beautiful framing and capture, Lynne!!

  • Thank you Carol

    – Lynne Morris

  • Jadon
    Jadonover 4 years ago

    This is a fabulous capture Lynne, really well framed views…

  • Thanks so much Jason

    – Lynne Morris

  • Bob Culshaw
    Bob Culshawover 4 years ago

    That’s cleverly done Lynne, I like it a lot! Went there last year – long walk for the ruins and it was misty – didn’t clear so no shots of any note! Nice to see the view I missed! Best regards.

  • Thanks for your great comments Bob, it sure is a long walk.

    – Lynne Morris

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