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Date: 7 August 2011Location: Wingham, Kent, England
wingham wildlife park, canterbury, east kent, england, english, rocks, blue sky and clouds, grass, prairie dog, home, slopes
Born in Canterbury, Kent, in 1971, I have always been surrounded by beautiful countryside and varied and diverse coastline. Photography has become an outlet for expressing my love for the region.
Love the light Stuart, and the ambiguity of size. I can’t quite tell if I’m looking at a huge mountain, or a small molehill… but I can’t stop looking trying to figure it out!
You obviously need to look a little bit closer as I left a prarie dog in there to show off the scale :)
– Stuart Chapman
Wonderful drama in this image Stu. Simple but oh so effective!
Lovely depth of colour Stuart, looks like a film set.
Great capture mate.
The light on the hills is lovely, Stuart. :)
Stunning light Stuart and I love that brooding sky, beautiful :o)x
Great light Stuart, very dark…!
I do love the way the colours contrast so nicely, along with the light and shade! Beaut shot, Stuart! Polarised sky looks amazing!
awesome capture that sky is fantastic holy cow talk about making a mountain out of a mole hill fantastic still looks like a mountain to me ooooh ideas running through my head