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|A shot of the famous limestone pavement to be found at various points all over the Yorkshire Dales. With obligatory trees. This is a view across Southerscales nature reserve near Chapel-le-Dale. The hill in the backgroud is Whernside. It's a small area of very classic pavement, but is readily accessible from the road after a short, quite easy walk, whereas some of the bigger areas around Malham require a bit more of a trek....A consideration for the more casual athelete when carry a rucksack full of kit uphill!|
I originally saved a lighter, more neutral version of this image, but I've noticed in the photography press that the current fashion in B/w landscapes is for quite dark, moody images. I think that treatment works quite well here, but it's a fine line between, moody, and just plain wrong!
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- [2011-12-17 7:16]
A grand B&W photo. Indeed I am glad that you chose to present this in B&W rather than in color. It gives a very special feeling to the photo. well done.
A very adorable composition of this beautiful scene
Excellent black and white mode with superb details
Hi Andy...nice black and white shot...great tones and contrast...I like your treatment.
Had a look at your shots and picked this one out. Lovely tones, good sky and textures in the limestone. I agree the current trend for mono seems to be for moody / dark images, would be interested to see your more neutral version
wondered how it would look with some more contrast and slight tone so have done a W/S hope you don't object