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Storm approaching


Not much time to set up the 4x5 as the rain was heading towards me, managed to get the feel or mood the place.

The hill in the far backgroung is Pen-y-gent one of the Yorkshire three peaks, the other two are Wernside and Ingleborough.

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Re: Storm approaching


Superb. The transition from the soft greys to the crisp whites of the wall are so effective.
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Re: Storm approaching


Glad to see you're getting out and shooting again Martin, and on form as ever
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Re: Storm approaching


Thank you.

 sometimes you only know how bad thing's are when you look back, my condition made it hard for me to concentrate and a general lack of energy this in turn made it hard to get out and also visualize at the editing stage, the most important part, thankfully I am making a good recovery and my inspiration, vision and energy seems to be getting much stronger as the months go by.

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