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Morning light


Taken on the edge of Buttermere lake

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Re: Morning light


Really like how IR renders the skies on a digital capture

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Re: Morning light


Beautiful, Martin.

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Re: Morning light


The backlit trees and the clouds, very well observed, most particularly given that you couldn't literally 'see' it.

I noticed that the rendition of the grain in the sky stops oddly short of the top of the clouds. I guess it could be loss in the upload.
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