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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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Thanks for taking the time to browse my portfolio, I hope you see something you like. Colin.
Stunning Colin with great lead-in from the stone dyke.
Thanks very much Don, appreciated!
– Colin Metcalf
Love the ‘flow’ of this and the colours, super work Colin!
Mmany thanks Pauline, appreciated!
Gorgeous shot Colin.
Many many thank Torfinn for the comment and fave!
wow Gorgeous Capture Colin.
Thank you very much Maggie, greatly appreciated!
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.
great image, love that stone wall, great compo and colours, stunning work Colin
Cheers Loraine, thanks very much for the comment and fave!
Beautiful capture Colin – Love it !!
Many many thanks Gail!
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!
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