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A Teesdale view

A Teesdale view
As the sun starts to sink and the promise of poor weather shows in the dark clouds, we are reminded again why we take these shots.

Martin Humphreys, Steve Paxton, LutzP have particularly liked this photo

7 comments - The latest ones
 Daniela Brocca
Daniela Brocca club
How nice, Herb. I love the shadows and the drywalls. Cheers,Daniela
5 years ago.
Herb Riddle club has replied to Daniela Brocca club
Thanks again Daniela, always nice to read your comments here. Dry field walls are a feature of our northern part of Britain. This one was evidently recently re-built but falls a long way short of the standard of the original dry-stone walling. Herb
5 years ago.
LutzP club
...what a sky! And wonderful light, Herb! Greets Lutz
5 years ago.
Herb Riddle club has replied to LutzP club
Yes the lighting in the sky was what really attracted me back to this spot as I had passed it some hours earlier. Fortunately I was staying only a ten minute walk from here. Glad you like it Lutz.

Cheers, Herb
5 years ago.
 Steve Paxton
Steve Paxton club
Herb that magic light made all the more dramatic by the clouds. the walls make the shot as well gives some depth. very likeable this shot Steve
5 years ago.
I love the dark, dramatic skies.
5 years ago.
 Martin Humphreys
Martin Humphreys
Nice one
3 years ago.

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