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The ability of nature and it`s beautiful colours is great to see.
Thanks Clive. Wintery trees was all I had to work with, though if you look really closely, there are a few snowdrops by the door!Not sure where you are Pete but the south coast is the same. Nice that you got the whole church in shot and you have some bare wintery trees in the background.
Thanks Helen.Lovely church... sky and trees do say winter to me.
Cheers David.Lovely pic. The trees certainly say winter.
Thanks Bernd. It really is a lovely church.It's certainly a wintery mood. And lovely church!
Thanks Dave. The church is one of the few built in the rign of Mary 1st and is likely built from stone from Whalley Abbey, previously destroyed on the orders of Henry VIII.Might not have any snow, but that is a beautiful shot as love all churches.
Cheers Chris. I was hoping for snow on the tops as I drove across the Pennines that morning but it had all but gone.Nice image Pete, we have to work with what we are given
An inch of snow further south, but that only lasted half a day, it's just been wet and windy here most of the time.
Thanks for commenting.Ability - great colour, nice close up.
Winter - nice picture, the bare trees show the season
Thanks and you're right -it's not "Driving Over Lemons".Lovely shot. Nice reflections and composition. Looks altogether tasty!
I’ve realised I’m rubbish at guessing the books and yet I read quite a lot. I can only think of Driving over Lemons and it’s not that.
Thanks Phil.The lighting, composition and depiction are spot on.
Cheers Chris.Nicely taken Pete, It works well.
Thanks Dave. I suspect the book and the TV series were much longer ago than I think they were!Never heard of the book - nice pic though
Thanks Tim. Much appreciated. Glad to get the technique done early on!Lovely bit of High Key.
I've never heard of the book (or tv) but it certainly fits it
Cheers Clive.Colours and composition are really nice.
Thanks Helen.Spot on image... really well lit.
Thanks Bernd.Great photo, well composed, nicely lit and brilliant colours!