Ingleton village and Viaduct.

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Comments (15)

Neil Grimwood on April 29, 2011

Cheers Ian, the fresh airs doing me good,but we were both knackered at the end of each day,trying to keep up with an 8yr old ain't easy now.Well worth it though,i'd go back tomorrow if i could.

Dee Wainwright on April 29, 2011

viewd it large and its beautiful :-) did you get a closer photo of that lovely bridge? LIKE :-)

Neil Grimwood on April 29, 2011

Thanks for the "beautiful" Denise,no i didn't manage to capture the viaduct unfortunately.This is near the end of the Waterfall trail,we were hell bent on going to the cafe to rest our weary legs.

Dee Wainwright on April 29, 2011

is it your first trip since the op? dont over do it :-)

Neil Grimwood on April 29, 2011

Yes it is Denise,i can drive ok, daylight only though,don't worry, i know my limits,Joan will soon tell me if i overstep the mark..(as usual!!;-)) My eye is fine now,bruising gone,next appointment 9th May.

Dee Wainwright on April 29, 2011

not long now i seen how they do it on tv, your very brave :-) glad joan is keep you in line :-)

Neil Grimwood on April 30, 2011

Me brave!! Hmm, not sure about that;-)cataract op was nothing compared to the retinal repair,its acase of needs must.

Graham Hobbs on April 30, 2011

Hi Neil - that's a very nice picture - on my screen it needs a bit more punch though - I find I have to pump up pictures to the point of lurid to compensate for flattening of contrast and saturation in Pano - might just be my screen though - either way - lovely view and nicely captured :)

Graham

Neil Grimwood on April 30, 2011

HiGraham, thanks for calling in,i do appreciate your input. I know what you mean,some pictures look different after uploading i've found,i try to be careful not do overdo any editing.

Thanks again...all the best...Neil.

Sigh on May 2, 2011

Woe, Neil! This is bloody good! I mean, BLOODY GOOD.

Neil Grimwood on May 2, 2011

Two "bloody goods" Si!! Now thats better than a double BD;-) It means a lot mate especially after a long lay off,its what you could call, encouraging...Thanks.

Rosalyn Hilborne on May 5, 2011

This has been on for 6 days ~ how did I miss it? Such a lot of detail when enlarged and a viaduct, I love viaducts...Is it part of the same one Ian has in his gallery? This is going in my favourites. :-)

Neil Grimwood on May 6, 2011

Thanks Rosa, i'm pleased you like it,i'm quite pleased with the way it turned out;-)this is Ingleton viaduct,Ians pic is of the Ribblehead viaduct,its about 7 miles from here.It can be seen clearly on GE.Thanks for the Y* by the way,i'm honoured;-))

Annelies Vink on May 9, 2011

A wonderful and lovely view, LIKE!

Neil Grimwood on May 9, 2011

Hi Annelies my thanks to you,this is a beautiful part of Yorkshire,glad you like it;-)

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on April 29, 2011
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    by Neil Grimwood
    • Camera: SONY DSLR-A300
    • Taken on 2011/04/16 13:34:27
    • Exposure: 0.067s (1/15)
    • Focal Length: 35.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/20.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
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