Stile & Dog Gate ~ South Downs Way ~ Ditchling Beacon

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Comments (83)

Nick Weall on December 11, 2008

Hi Andrea again here is a picture of wooden barriers ~ this time however you lift the central piece of wood up that blocks the doggie door (do you see the handle on it at the top) and then even your fatty labrador ought to be able to move through in comfort :)

A.SKINNER on December 17, 2008

Nice style Nick :) It makes a really good photo with the beautiful landscape behind. Thank you for your seasons greetings, Happy Christmas and Best wishes for 2009, Anita

Nick Weall on December 17, 2008

Ho ho ho style indeed! :) thanks Anita and friendly greetings to you too

A.Lebacq on January 3, 2009

A simple but beautiful shot Nick ,excellent composition ,nicely done.

Greetings Arthur

Nick Weall on January 3, 2009

Hello Arthur ~ it is very nice of you to browse through my gallery and I'm very glad that you like this shot. Friendly greetings to you :)

Madidi on January 5, 2009

Lovely shot Nick: a beautifully manufactured country style and what a view as you cross it :>)

Best Regards,

Séan.

Nick Weall on January 5, 2009

Thanks again Sean ~ the early morning mist obscures the view a little ~ it really is fantastic on a good clear day. All the best to you :) nick

AnnaJolanta 1 on January 6, 2009

Very interesting shot!

Nick Weall on January 7, 2009

Hello Anna and thank you

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igor. on January 21, 2009

Amazing device. :) Interesting story about it! Thank You! :)

Nick Weall on January 21, 2009

Igor I can see that you are having some fun gently browsing through my gallery ~ and you are very welcome ~ it is good to see you here. I'm glad you like this one

All the very best to you Igor from nick

Nick Weall on January 26, 2009

retro2008 well the idea is that owners keep their dog on the lead if sheep are around, but sheep are not there all of the time you know. Dogs that worry sheep are allowed to be shot, should the farmer be around. Ciao nick

Nick Weall on January 27, 2009

andrea palazzi Ciao andrea ~~~ not a bad idea, but only if we can share the chops te he

Ciao nick

Nick Weall on January 27, 2009

andrea you now have me totally confused, Robin Hood in Sussex??? Mind you I totally with Robin on this one, if the belong to the sheriff let us eat em fast :)

Marilyn Whiteley on January 30, 2009

Beautiful shot, Nick! Composition, lighting, colours ... all excellent.

Nick Weall on January 30, 2009

Marilyn Whiteley thanks aagain ~~~ Ciao nick

Amelia Royan on February 6, 2009

I really like this shot Nick, wonderful colours and an invitation to climb over the style and explore the rolling downs of Sussex. It looks like I'll have to borrow a dog from somewhere - otherwise my walk might be incomplete. But what about the sheep?

Greetings dear friend, Amelia

Nick Weall on February 6, 2009

Amelia Royan ~~ well there were sheep there Amelia to the left of shot on this side of the fence. They should have been Southdown sheep of course on the Sussex Downs and probably were. Anyway I'm very glad that you like the shot and Andrea in the comments above has a dog you could borrow for the day I would expect :))

Nick Weall on February 19, 2009

sadogashima, ~~~ I'll be up in Scotland at the end of next week so I'll keep an eye out. As to NZ with all of sheep there you'd think that some sort of thing like this gate would have been useful! Anyway glad you like the shot and pleased to meet you. cheers nick

► Jean-Pierre Dimier on February 19, 2009

very nice shot and picture.

Greetings from France

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on November 30, 2008
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    by Nick Weall
    • Camera: NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D700
    • Taken on 2008/10/31 08:44:51
    • Exposure: 0.004s (1/250)
    • Focal Length: 44.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/8.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO200
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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