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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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Love those colors and layers. The sun is rising here at 5 am this time of year, gotta get out of the house a wee bit earlier to catch it here. Cheers from the great northwest!

Beautiful cloud formation Duncan and nicely captured Like Regards Richard

Wonderful picture of Holker Hall Duncan and a place we must visit L&F Best Wishes Richard

Fantastic shot! Well done. Kind regards from Athens.

I walked up and down that side of the river looking for "the shot". I didn't walk far enough it seems. Great shot Duncan.

Keith

I'm a fan of your shots, especially of the Lakes, Duncan, so I am chuffed that you like this. I am just learning how to drive one of these new-fangled digital cameras, and my first impressions are that they can be very good.

Cheers, Keith

Amazing picture Duncan with beautiful reflections L&F Best Wishes Richard

This is so nice!

If you were taking shots inside the mall there would be restrictions, but you can photograph anything from a public highway, as in this shot.

Keith

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