Gribdale and beyond

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The view from below Easby moor overlooking Gribdale Terrace, Airyholme farm and Roseberry Topping

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Comments (8)

Geezer Vz on March 31, 2013

Good composition with areas of interest both near and far. It was a beautiful clear day to see far away. Beautiful sky and late afternoon glow on the landscape. The buildings have very good detail. It's pictures like this that make me wish I had a GRREEAAT BIIIG Monitor. Like.

Guy

mvaro -- NO Views, t… on March 31, 2013

Great detail in this one too. It takes a long time to see all the things this image shows. I like it, of course ;)

Best wishes from Spain.

⚔ Richard ⚔ on March 31, 2013

You can't get better than the beautiful scenery of North Yorkshire, and it's right on our doorstep ain't we lucky, and when enlarged i'm sure i can see our house :-)) L&F..

Andy Rodker on April 1, 2013

It's both magnificent and beautiful. ysl Best, Andy

ian1949 on April 1, 2013

Great view, but the water in the foreground reflecting the sky colour make a nice addition.

Derek Geer on April 2, 2013

Beautiful scenic view and great perspective. So much detail when enlarged. Regards Derek

Yorkshire Sam on April 7, 2013

Cheers Guy,yes these scenes are usually cropped to a size that requires widescreen which I have fortunately, anything less I appreciate must be awkward. I'm delighted you liked it however seen.

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Thank you Mvaro, probably as long as it took me to take it, edit it and upload but it keeps us out of mischief ;o).

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Yes Richard yours is the one with the long grass I see, time to get busy now with that mower since the sun is being more willing to show its face :o) Thank you :o)

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I'm delighted you think so Andy, many thanks .

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There was 2 mallards as well Ian but they scarpered while I was getting ready, still as you see there is plenty more to keep you busy in this one. Cheers.

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Thank you Derek, yes the Cleveland Hills offer many good vistas like this and had it been really clear the east side of the Pennines would be visible also.. maybe next time :o).

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I really appreciate you all adding your thoughts, kind regards, Sam :o)

Neil Grimwood on April 8, 2013

Its a big scene for the big screen alright Sam, well worth a good look round even on a small screen;-) The evening light has enabled some fine detail to be captured, as Richard said,North Yorkshire takes some beating tha knows;-)

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on March 31, 2013
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by Yorkshire Sam
    • Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
    • Taken on 2013/03/30 18:23:21
    • Exposure: 0.400s
    • Focal Length: 60.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/20.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO125
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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