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A view along Rosedale Bank.

Taken with a Panasonic Lumix DMC FZ38, a single hand held RAW image tonemapped in Photomatix Pro 4.0.2 and levels adjusted in Photoshop Elements 9.

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  • Colin Metcalf
    Colin Metcalfalmost 4 years ago

    Framed Print

  • DonDavisUK
    DonDavisUKalmost 4 years ago

    Stunning Colin with great lead-in from the stone dyke.

  • Thanks very much Don, appreciated!

    – Colin Metcalf

  • naturelover
    natureloveralmost 4 years ago

    Love the ‘flow’ of this and the colours, super work Colin!

  • Mmany thanks Pauline, appreciated!

    – Colin Metcalf

  • Torfinn
    Torfinnalmost 4 years ago

    Gorgeous shot Colin.

  • Many many thank Torfinn for the comment and fave!

    – Colin Metcalf

  • maggie326
    maggie326almost 4 years ago

    wow Gorgeous Capture Colin.

  • Thank you very much Maggie, greatly appreciated!

    – Colin Metcalf

  • AndyReeve
    AndyReevealmost 4 years ago

    Fab shot Colin. History suggests that roads were built to follow the line round the top or the bottom of a field. Hence bendy roads. Seems to be no reason for the bendy hedge in the above shot tho. Can you help me out here Colin.

  • I can’t explain it at all, nor can I explain why it just ends in the middle of nowhere. Maybe the wallers had inbibed too much strong Yorkshire ale.
    Thanks a lot for the visit Andy.

    – Colin Metcalf

    WOBBLYMOLalmost 4 years ago

    great image, love that stone wall, great compo and colours, stunning work Colin

  • Cheers Loraine, thanks very much for the comment and fave!

    – Colin Metcalf

  • gail woodbury
    gail woodburyalmost 4 years ago

    Beautiful capture Colin – Love it !!

  • Many many thanks Gail!

    – Colin Metcalf

  • Kathy Baccari
    Kathy Baccarialmost 4 years ago

  • Thank you!

    – Colin Metcalf

  • AndyReeve
    AndyReevealmost 4 years ago

    I can understand that especially if it is similar to our Cornish brewed ale. LOL

  • I had some Cornish ale recently called Black Pearl, I think it was from Truro, very palatable!

    – Colin Metcalf

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