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Lyth Valley Afternoon
Looking down the Lyth Valley from Crosthwaite today - stunning weather for the first time in ages!

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Fri Jan 13, '12 03:27PM
Uploaded By: Rob Sutherland  


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Media ID 20120113150221955
Date Fri Jan 13, '12 03:27PM
Comments 5
Views 580
Uploaded By Rob Sutherland
Aperture Value f//22
Copyright © Rob Sutherland 2012
Date/Time 13/01/12 15:27:10
Exposure Bias 1 EV
Flash No Flash
Focal Length 47 mm
Image Description Looking down the Lyth Valley from Town Yeat on the edge of the pretty South Lakes village of Crossthwaite on a cold winter afternoon.
ISO 100
Make Canon
Metering Mode Pattern
Model Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Shutter Speed Value 1/10 sec
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Ruud van Ruitenbeek

Saturday, January 14 2012 @ 04:53 AM EST

I see we both made good use of the beautiful weather, after a long period of grey grizzly rain and wind. It was a spur of the moment thing, next time I'll get in touch first. 

Richard P Schoettger

Saturday, January 14 2012 @ 07:07 AM EST


Looks like a great breath of fresh air....or is it aire in your neck of the woods?  As usual, wonderful colors and love the time of day this was captured.   My only comment is I perhaps would trim a little off the top.  Although beautiful sky, I think it overwhelms the bottom a little too much.   I hope you enjoy more great weather so we can see your stuff!!!   Your bad weather stuff ain't bad either.

Rob Sutherland

Saturday, January 14 2012 @ 05:43 PM EST

 Richard, normally I would entirely agree... but after WEEKS of rain it was all about the blue sky on this one ;-)

Avi Hirschfield

Tuesday, January 24 2012 @ 02:38 PM EST

 I want this for our Wall in the Bedroom

It is just fantastic

Walter Rowe

Saturday, January 14 2012 @ 07:14 AM EST

You certainly don't see that very often. A few whispy clouds might help the sky, otherwise beautiful landscape scenic.