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An outcrop of rocks on Ilkley Moor in Yorkshire.
Nikon D3100 18-55 kit lens.
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Thanks for taking the time to browse my portfolio, I hope you see something you like. Colin.
you made a great job of that colin,did you go bart tat,cheers mike
Certainly didn’t it was too bloody cold. thanks for looking and for the fave mate.
– Colin Metcalf
wonderful B&W image Colin great details
Thank you very much Maggie!
fantastic mate yorkshires easter island!…lol..great stuff i like the b/w the best
Thank a lot mate, appreciated!
Stunning work Colin!!
many thanks Kate, greatly appreciated!
Fabulous treatment dear Colin.Looks like something out of Wuthering Height’s.x
Thank you so much Catherine!
What Joak said!! I believe some of these Ilkley formations showed up in the Calendar Girls film… along with Kilnsey Crag. Yorkshire is a rockhound’s paradise, & it’s not bad for photographers, either. We made it to Brimham & Kilnsey, but not to Ilkley Moor. Next time…. Excellent stuff, Colin.
Thanks Sheila, well worth adding to your bucket list. This is near a formation called the ‘Cow and Calf’.
Did you go baht tat? they look like great coughing beasts
I certainly didn’t I had my big wooly hat on it was proper brass monkey weather. Thanks for looking Shulie.
Did you wear your flat cap on Ilkley Moor Colin ? Nice texture to this black and white.
Ay lad it were cold enough to freeze a brass monkey. Thanks for looking Roy.
wow very impressive image! colin.
Thank you very very much LisaBeth.
Another great shot and treatment Colin..I wont be asking about the hat
Thanks for the consideration, the joke has worn a bit thin. Thanks also for the great comment.