Langdale Fells

by sportyman531

Taken from Wall End Pass. Pike of Stickle, Loft Crag, Thorn Crag and Harrison Stickle are all lit by the sun.
On the way back from Coniston I took a scenic route from Little Langdale, over Wall End Pass and into Great Langdale.
Uploaded03/06/2024 - 09:44
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GIULIO57
Posted 03/06/2024 - 09:54 Link
Nice
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sportyman531
Posted 03/06/2024 - 23:19 Link
GIULIO57 wrote:
Nice

Thanks Giulio.
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davidwozhere
Posted 04/06/2024 - 00:17 Link
Nice composition. You have done the landscape full justice there.
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sportyman531
Posted 04/06/2024 - 22:39 Link
davidwozhere wrote:
Nice composition. You have done the landscape full justice there.

Thanks David, much appreciated, the water and the rocks caught my eye as well as the mountains.
flickr ID: SteveW46243 or sw46246
DA AL 35mm f2.4, K3,18-135 WR, DA 55-300, Pentax KX, K5 x 2, 18-50 50-200 kit lenses, Tamron 17-50 f2.8, Fuji X10, 2x Mamiya 1000s 2x 80mm f2.8, 150mm f3.5, 210mm f4, Yashica 124G TLR, 2x Yashica FX3 Super 2000, Tamron 28mm f2.8, 90mm SP f2.5, 135mm f2.5, Olympus 35RC, 2x Yashica FX2, Kodak Pocket Instamatic, Kodak Box Brownie
Posted 05/06/2024 - 13:51 Link
Beautiful place, lovely shot.

Had you considered a panoramic crop, just keeping in a little of the foreground water?

I've tried this and it looks good, but then I'm a sucker for panoramic images!

Liked

Cheers
Mike
sportyman531
Posted 06/06/2024 - 22:04 Link
MikeInDevon wrote:
Beautiful place, lovely shot.

Had you considered a panoramic crop, just keeping in a little of the foreground water?

I've tried this and it looks good, but then I'm a sucker for panoramic images!

Liked

Cheers
Mike

flickr ID: SteveW46243 or sw46246
DA AL 35mm f2.4, K3,18-135 WR, DA 55-300, Pentax KX, K5 x 2, 18-50 50-200 kit lenses, Tamron 17-50 f2.8, Fuji X10, 2x Mamiya 1000s 2x 80mm f2.8, 150mm f3.5, 210mm f4, Yashica 124G TLR, 2x Yashica FX3 Super 2000, Tamron 28mm f2.8, 90mm SP f2.5, 135mm f2.5, Olympus 35RC, 2x Yashica FX2, Kodak Pocket Instamatic, Kodak Box Brownie
sportyman531
Posted 06/06/2024 - 22:08 Link
MikeInDevon wrote:
Beautiful place, lovely shot.

Had you considered a panoramic crop, just keeping in a little of the foreground water?

I've tried this and it looks good, but then I'm a sucker for panoramic images!

Liked

Cheers
Mike

sportyman531 wrote:
MikeInDevon wrote:
Beautiful place, lovely shot.

Had you considered a panoramic crop, just keeping in a little of the foreground water?

I've tried this and it looks good, but then I'm a sucker for panoramic images!

Liked

Cheers
Mike


Thanks Mike, much appreciated. No I hadn't considered a crop, I'm happy with the composition I had spent some time looking at different angles and compositions and this is the best for me.

Stephen.
flickr ID: SteveW46243 or sw46246
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