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Photo-a-Day  (Sunday, 15th August, 2010)

Moody skies


Moody skies
Moody skies above the Hermitage pond Standish.

Photo: Stewart Parr  (Nikon D90)
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Comment by: alan on 15th August 2010 at 00:07

Those clouds look heavy enough to crush the landscape below them. A good shot.

Comment by: jazz on 15th August 2010 at 00:20

today's photo? got chopped and baled last night

Comment by: M.O.T. on 15th August 2010 at 00:27

Wow, what a superb photo. Well done Stewart.

Comment by: Helen on 15th August 2010 at 08:13

A fantastic pic !

Comment by: Maureen Andrews [nee Mcgovern] on 15th August 2010 at 09:29

What a brilliant shot!

Comment by: Margaret Wall on 15th August 2010 at 10:34

This is a quality landscape photograph. Excellent!

Comment by: brian d on 15th August 2010 at 12:26

great photo,getting to be one of our
typical summer sky's.

Comment by: David on 15th August 2010 at 13:20

Nice one Martin!

Comment by: Catherine on 15th August 2010 at 13:56

That's a really great photo. Well done.

Comment by: jimmy p on 15th August 2010 at 14:57

One of the best

Comment by: she44 on 15th August 2010 at 16:32

really good photo wish i could take them like that

Comment by: Ellen on 15th August 2010 at 16:38

Great picture! It reminds me of a Vincent van Gogh painting!!

Comment by: Fred Mason on 15th August 2010 at 18:27

A very powerful shot, Stewart.

What is that 'critter' skulking away in the foreground. A fox maybe?

Excellent pic. Van Gogh painting indeed.

Comment by: Helen on 15th August 2010 at 21:38

My brother in Seattle's comments... ' Its like a Constable...excellent'

Comment by: Pat van Vliet on 15th August 2010 at 22:44

I agree, looks like a painting - very impressive!

Comment by: Fred Mason on 18th August 2010 at 19:03

Pat (vanVliet) can you please contact me. fred@cumbriancrafts.co.uk regarding a lass looking for Johnson family on Lamberhead Rd.

Comment by: patrick on 19th October 2010 at 23:03

brilliant pic! stewart, what were your camera settings for this?

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