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Light Hazzles

If I ask the question that David Hockney poses when looking at landscape;

“What colour is it?”

then the answer is

“Peat”.

Photography

The many layers of landscape photography

What is it about landscape photography that makes me keep going back for more?

I spent much of one Sunday morning asking myself this question, as a ferocious wind did its damnedest to blast me off of Marsden Moor. 1,329 more words

History

Edale 3

Edale

Landscape Photography

A view from the Pennine Way, looking at Mam Tor on the left and Rushup Edge on the right on the horizon, the cleft in the ridge is where the road that brings you down into Edale and Barber Booth. 80 more words

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Edale 2

Edale

Landscape Photography

Another long exposure, before the sun got round in full glare of Golden Clough – a little piece of it anyway. It is a steep Clough, and a path runs along it, so I could not stay there for long as people wanted to traverse the climb. 52 more words

Photography

Edale 1

Edale

Landscape Photography

Bridge Over Golden Clough. The Clough is a tributary into Grinds Brook along the start of the Pennine Way in Edale. I call it the Troll bridge, as it reminds me of the Hobbit. 38 more words

Photography

UK Trip Day 3

Having been blessed with lovely weather, we set out  to hike to Brontë Falls and Top Withens.  Brontë Falls is about 3 1/2 miles out of Haworth, across the moors, and is where the sisters would hang out.   1,039 more words

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