The Roseberry Larch

Selected for Google Maps and Google Earth

The light and cloud/mist was constantly changing so this is a second version to compliment my previous upload, both have elements I like and both bits I'm not so keen on but such is life, if you enjoy either I'll be happy .

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Andy Rodker on March 1, 2013

All three are terrific but this just pips it for me. it IS a fantastically shaped and very photogenic tree!


Best wishes,


Yorkshire Sam on March 1, 2013

Ian, this is my preference but for different reasons namely the smoother less busy sky but also the distant mist veiled landscape is more visible here. The redness of the hill is by virtue of it being darker when I took this version, my calling the second in my intro probably gave the impression the other was taken first.

Andy, ever since I saw the first picture of that tree and there have been thousands I have wanted to use it but only if I could do something different to what was already done and visible online. The moonset was the one thing I couldn't find and likewise there wasn't much in the way of panoramic images so now those gaps are filled a little :o). That you and others so highly of them is very encouraging and rewarding.

My best to you both, Sam :o)

Andy Rodker on March 1, 2013

Yes, Sam... Obviously this tree has a special meaning for you and it is easy to see why. And you have done it more than justice!

Best wishes, Andy

Yorkshire Sam on March 2, 2013

No special meaning Andy just that it looks good. Cheers fella, have a good weekend :o)

Pierre Durand on March 2, 2013

Magnifique paysage.....YS !!!

Best regards --Pierre

Yorkshire Sam on March 3, 2013

Thank you Pierre, I'm delighted to see it go in to your fave collection.

kind regards, Sam :o)

Neil Grimwood on March 3, 2013

Two nice panoramic shots Sam, i think that this one shades it for me, the sky being the deciding factor,nice work.

Yorkshire Sam on March 4, 2013

Thanks Neil, between the two I have the shot I wanted, just a shame all the best bits aren't on the same page ;o).

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on March 1, 2013
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by Yorkshire Sam
    • Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
    • Taken on 2013/02/28 06:55:24
    • Exposure: 4.000s
    • Focal Length: 45.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/20.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash