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On A Hill Somewhere..

Jason

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I'm not sure where, exactly, I was standing nor what exactly I was pointing my camera at. :) It's somewhere in the Lake District, nr Watendlath Tarn headed towards Rothswaite, up a hill looking towards other, bigger, hills.

If anyone can name the mountains, I’d be really interested in knowing what I was looking at. Great Gable is over that way, as is Scafell Pike, but I’m not sure if in the shot.

Comments and thoughts welcome.


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H1ghlander

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Can't help with the area ID.
This is mint Jason, great mood, light and atmosphere. The recession of the mountains in to the mist makes it for me.
 

Banjo Ryan

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Spot on Jason, really like this. Great sky, atmosphere and depth, and the warmth in the foreground rounds it up nicely.
 

Jason

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Premium Member
This is mint Jason, great mood, light and atmosphere. The recession of the mountains in to the mist makes it for me.
Cheers Scott. Three and a half days in the Lake District and I got about 5 minutes of light over the whole time. I sat and waited about two hours for the break in the clouds for this shot. Minutes later it was gone. No hardship though, a nice place to just enjoy the views while waiting.
 
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