Duncan Darbishire
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Duncan Darbishire was born and has lived most of his life in Cumbria. He is an Associate of The Royal Photographic Society and has been exhibited at The London Salon. Most of his work centres around the landscape of The English Lake District and the surrounding area. Though there are sunsets in this book he is a strong advocate of the dawn light, particularly in winter. Most of his photography is in colour though the clean lines and tones of black and white are not ignored. He is also a poet, has had work published in various anthologies and magazines and reads his poetry at local venues. He has 2 books currently in publication which can be viewed at - www.blurb.co.uk/bookstore/detail/372584 http://www.blurb.co.uk/bookstore/detail/2856652 He has a garden blog at http://darbishire.blogspot.com/ and more images at www.flickr.com/photos/8662878@N02/
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Just wonderful colour on a sunny October day.

Gas is now accompanied by offshore windmills

Taken from Strawberry Bank above The Mason's Arms Inn.

Taken at sunrise in winter, the stones echo the hills.

Sunset near Louisburgh in Mayo

Over Sawrey to the Furness Mountains - Beatrix Potter lived 1 km behind the trees on the right.

John Barrow Monument on Hoad Hill above Ulverston in snow. The distant hills are The Forest of Bowland beyond Lancaster.

Frost emphasises shapes in the estuary.

Sheep, a farm near Patton Bridge and lovely light.

Just a short walk from where I live, the lane leads the eye to The John Barrow Monument on Hoad Hill above Ulverston.



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