Black Combe

November 25, 2008 at 17:34 | Posted in Uncategorized | 3 Comments

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It was a perfectly beautiful late autumn day today. Cold, but crisp and clear. So I went out with the Nikoff to enjoy my favourite view and record it. I also went down on the foreshore to take some pictures of the boats close up, although with the tide only just receding it was kind of muddy and slippery down there.

Anyway, here as a taster is a shot of Black Combe, looming over North Scale. I never tire of recreating this shot, because it is never the same twice. The mountain changes constantly with the light.

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  1. A lovely walk with you

  2. stunning colors!

  3. That is pretty close to looking from Ramsey up to the North Baurrule. I can see why you never tire of this area to shoot.


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