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|To me this is the classic shot of Yorkshire, the rolling valleys which were carved during the ice age, run down from the hills of the Pennines which form the backbone of England. Down from these hills run streams which have carved huge valleys, this shot is taken from one side of the valley, near the source of one of these streams, the dry-stone wall, man-made but one of yorkshire's identifiable features, the derelict barn and the moody sky, yorkshire countryside at its finest..|
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Wow, Nick, glad I could put you over 100 points with this smiley! This is a great capture, excellent contrast on the B&W. Nice POV too!
Beautiful scenery. All you set in your note is true. Well done on the composition. Good black and white tones.
Have you got any snow yet?