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Photograph taken today, Sunday April 11th 2010 at the Angel of the North, Gateshead, North East England.
CAMERA Canon 450DLENS Sigma 10-20
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Super shot David, a wonderful sky and superb colours …
At long last Spring is here. I’m glad to see a bit of colour in the sky, all these dull, grey skies we’ve had for months and months have been doing my nut in.
– David Parkin
Great Shot, looks like summer has arrived early!!
It was a glorious day up here, best so far this year.
smashin stuff enjoy it while it lasts!
Thanks very much Joak.
It’s probably going to piss doon every day for a fortneet now :-(
Cute posing, the people give it a great size perspective.
People come from miles around to have their photograph taken with the Angel. There are often good photographic opportunities up for grabs :-)
Thanks very much Byron.
I have heard about this but never actually seen it……..Thank you…….Brilliant shot……..
Thank you very much, I appreciate your comment.
I have photographed the Angel of the north many times, here are a few recent ones :-)
great shot, david… but did you clip her wings so she couldn’t fly away? it’s a great shot with all the people.. and love whatever you did to this pic… it’s perfect… lovely!! fabulous!!! etc… etc… you know i love your work!!! barb
I took 357 photographs today, it’s going to take me ages just to look through them. I hope there is one there good enough to send to you.
Thank you very much :-)
Thank you very much Karen.
What is so gorgeous view with the beautiful blue and whith sky! Like the cute models with their arms open wide and the lady in the boots. Someone you know?
No, I don’t know anyone in the photograph. People are often there with friends, posing and taking each others photographs. More often than not they have their arms out, standing like the Angel, in front of the Angel lol
You’ve built up a very special photographic relationship with our Angel!
Sounds thick, I know, but the AOTN is there, always there. My rock.
Thanks Paula, thanks very much :-)