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to infinity and beyond................
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...looking over Derbyshire this afternoon with the sun shining down on me, but in the distance you can see the menacing storm approaching and your vision becomes impaired as you try to see far into the distance. I liked the mood of the change of lighting here. The snow and rain soon moved in but I was glad to find retreat at Treak cliff cavern where they serve a nice mug of 'hot tea' ;) You can see the cavern on the google map link just in the centre.

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.alexis518
03/22/08 10:52 PM GMT
Absolutely wonderful DOF, Patti! Love the view you're giving us here. Good luck in the contest.
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.johindes
03/22/08 11:08 PM GMT
What a wonderful shot. That does look like some storm coming your way there. I wasnt sure what this would be as Toy Story 2 was on the tv here today lol
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::twinkel
03/22/08 11:12 PM GMT
beautiful shot Patti with that contrast of lighting:))
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.Tomeast
03/22/08 11:21 PM GMT
You couldn`t ask for better lighting.Fine photo.
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::jswgpb
03/22/08 11:24 PM GMT
Great lighting Patti, very well done. You sure do have alot of rocks around there. :)
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::Joanie
03/22/08 11:37 PM GMT
This really is captivating Patti! I love the coloring and the textures all over. Gotta fav this one for sure!
Joanie
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::boremachine
03/22/08 11:39 PM GMT
very nice landscape!
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.Genver
03/22/08 11:57 PM GMT
Very good view and colors,looks very nice.
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::scorpie
03/22/08 11:57 PM GMT
Wow, glad you stayed dry, fabulous capture.
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::0930_23
03/23/08 12:11 AM GMT
Buzz Lightyear would be proud. This is just a great photo displaying the use of light. Composition is perfect and the fencing really adds. The approaching storm just finishes off the magnificent photo Patti. Are sure it was Tea in the Mug?

Tick
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::braces
03/23/08 12:32 AM GMT
The weather was so changeable today. I was on New Brighton prom and it was sunny, then it started snowing and then it was sunny again! You have captured the approaching menace of the storm wonderfully here,Patti. I also love the line the stone wall makes.
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::100k_xle
03/23/08 1:24 AM GMT
Thanks for the Great Image and the Link Patti, but I still need a GPS to get there. Happy Easter !

E J
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::tigger3
03/23/08 1:54 AM GMT
I love the moody sky and the landscape is so beautiful. Faved Patti. Sandi♥
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::Dunstickin
03/23/08 7:05 AM GMT
Crackin 'Moods' in this!..mate'ess!....??? (why did I say that??)

Yeah..our weather is really 'fickle' ain't it!....Sun..snow..rain gales!..and that's in the first hour!

I like the composition gal!...great post!
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.89037
03/23/08 7:44 AM GMT
Wonderful perspective!!...I love the terrific contrast of lighting!!..GOOD LUCK in the contest!!!!
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Adriana....:)
.corngrowth
03/23/08 9:44 AM GMT
What an atmosphere with that threathening sky at the background. Just wonderful Patti. Glad you stayed dry (at the outside, lol) in that tavern.
Regards, Cornelius
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::Jimbobedsel
03/23/08 10:09 AM GMT
What a glorious shot this is. I checked out the link...Google Earth is fun to use, too. Those skies in the distance look so menacing. You must of got a dandy of a storm.

Jim
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::Hottrockin
03/23/08 10:53 AM GMT
AWESOME!! Stoney walls all for ME!! Hooray!! Luv this place Patti!!

Sure, I'll have a mug of that 'hot tea'!! ~wink, wink~
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Why do the pictures come out square when the lens is round?? Picture Purrrfect .
::phasmid
03/23/08 11:10 AM GMT
I had fun with the google link you sent along, Patti. I just love looking at these stone walls. I think we have a lot here, but I'm beginning to understand why we're called New England. Can't hold a candle!

Great shot and good luck in the contest.

:)PJ
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::LynEve
03/23/08 11:55 AM GMT
I love that kind of light when the clouds roll in - such beautiful colours, soft yet vibrant with the light. The stone wall (how I love those walls) gives a great pespective.
Good luck in the contest :)
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::nigelmoore
03/23/08 12:26 AM GMT
Wow Buzz Lightyear!! That's infinity alright, all those walls. I think you deserved a tea break after this walk.
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.Inkeri
03/23/08 4:33 PM GMT
So Beautiful landscape and shot,Patti..Happy Easter !
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::SEFA
03/23/08 5:58 PM GMT
What beautiful lighting you have captured in this one Patti!
And, of caurse, I just love those stone walls. Wonderful!
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.tickingspider
03/23/08 8:22 PM GMT
Reminds me of Swaledale Patti and that storm looks very much like the ones we've been having the last few days over here on the coast. Fantastic shot and composition, so assured! Queen of the Landscapes, indeed! Tommy
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::DigiCamMan
03/23/08 11:54 PM GMT
A fine shot ere mate-ss.
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::verenabloo
03/25/08 12:18 AM GMT
There is something so intrigueing about stone walls and fences. I just love it. And then you combine that with the wonderful dark that is happening with the sky, well, you have a very beautiful photo. I especially like all the different textural feelings here too. Thank you so much. Verena
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::JEdMc91
03/25/08 1:40 AM GMT
Stunning shot and view!
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.Blumie
03/25/08 1:02 PM GMT
Stay where you are - the weather there looks not very inviting. But the photo looks great.
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