timhitchins

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photoblog image Fields of wonder.

Fields of wonder.

Fields of wonder.



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  • tim
  • united kindom
  • 16 Apr 2008, 21:46
as Lee and his bride to be set off to walk back down the rocks Lee turned and said "i hope you catch a rainbow" 5 mins later this wonderful rainbow appearedsmilesmile
  • Martin
  • United States
  • 17 Apr 2008, 00:56
This is great! Wild light, a rainbow, and a pastoral scene to complete the shot.
tim hitchins: thank you Martin, really appreciatedsmile
  • vintage
  • australia
  • 17 Apr 2008, 02:45
Tim this has the wow factor ++++++.Love the colours.those clouds look mean.
tim hitchins: ha, cheers vintage i was just so glad i went that afternoonsmile
  • VZ
  • Atlanta, Georgia, United States
  • 17 Apr 2008, 03:18
not from this world, Tim. Lord of the Ring? Chronicles of Narnia?
tim hitchins: coming from you VZ I take that comment with pride, really appreciate that smile
Amazing - the 'pot of gold' at the end of this rainbow is the photography you capture - and 'share' with the world - thanks Tim!
tim hitchins: woah thats some compliment Kevin and one i value immensely for sure matesmile
That's an absolutely stunning landscape Tim
tim hitchins: thank you so much Chrissmile
  • Stan
  • 17 Apr 2008, 06:04
This is an excellent shot Tim but the foreground could do with a little brightening in my opinion.
Fantastic angle and two pots of gold.... richard
tim hitchins: most appreciated Richardsmile
  • Astrid
  • The Netherlands.
  • 17 Apr 2008, 07:25
I agree with your tittle, this is fabulous, a likey to me, this shows how nature is, thunder clouds and a beautiful rainbow....did you find some gold...
tim hitchins: well by the time i had decided which end of the raunbow to go with my shovel it had gone Astridgrin most appreciated
Amazing landscape. Great catch
tim hitchins: it was debola and thanks for the visitsmile
  • Catalpa
  • Newcastle
  • 17 Apr 2008, 08:28
Superb rainbow. magical.
tim hitchins: thank you so much and have a good day mate what ever your up toosmile
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 17 Apr 2008, 08:33
I think tim has a lens that I haven't seen the results from before - is it a 10-20 mm wide angle?

I can just agree with most of the comments so far. This is extra special. Something like a continuing fairy tale after Lee was on his knees.

I think I can see the flare from the pot o'gold in the middle just beyond the shadow of the mountain.
tim hitchins: soz for the late response to your comment Louis, yes its the sigma 10-20 and i was so glad i had it with me as i wouldn't have got both ends of the rainbow with out it, as Lee set off down the rocks he turned and said "i hope you catch a rainbow" boy did ismile
this is very powerful and mystical,looks like you had some harsh lighting to deal with too.I think you should have bought a lottery ticket that day since these things come in three's!
tim hitchins: i did think about that padraig but was so tired by the time i got home i forgotsad really appreciate your thoughts on thissmile
  • E Etomi
  • Romania
  • 17 Apr 2008, 09:31
This is really beautiful!
tim hitchins: most appreciated smile
  • Radel
  • 17 Apr 2008, 09:35
Superb!!
Easily one of your best ever!
Amazing shot, one of your best. Wonderful light too.
tim hitchins: well thank you so much Marksmile
  • martie
  • Okinawa, soon to be US
  • 17 Apr 2008, 10:27
Did you find the pot of gold? No? Well this photo has to be worth it anyway. This is wonderful. The lighting on the land is stunning, the sky is magnificent and the rainbow is gorgeous!
tim hitchins: no i didn't martie but i felt like i had hit the jackpot when i saw thissmile most appreciated m8.
Right place at the right time! Superb capture Tim
tim hitchins: yes it was stephen cheerssmile
Everything has been said about your wonderful shot. This is just fabulous Tim!
Fabulous catch. Yo don't often see both ends of a rainbow.
tim hitchins: thank you Mary and this was a first for me and to have the camera in tow what a bonussmile
  • Tracy
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 17 Apr 2008, 11:29
Now we are talking Tim this is one hell of a shottongue Well seen and captured. I bet you thought you have won the lottery when you viewed it on screen. Amazingsmile
tim hitchins: lol for sure Tracy, the last time i went some where after been rained/snowed off at work was Roundhay park, remember the frost shotssmile maybe i should prey for rain more oftengrin cheers Tracy.
  • Bernie
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 17 Apr 2008, 12:06
Fantastic Tim - opportunities like this don't come along very often.
tim hitchins: cheers Bernie, well i can honestly say thats the first time i have seen both ends of a rainbow so would have to agree with you m8smile
  • keith
  • Inverness, uk
  • 17 Apr 2008, 14:22
WOW!!!! this truly awe inspiring, magical smile
tim hitchins: thank you so much Keith i am so happy to hear you think that, makes been wet and cold to get this worth the effort, cheerssmile
This is just fantastic Tim. Gotta be a likey
tim hitchins: really happy you liked it so much Bill, most appreciatedsmile
  • Mickyboy
  • North Yorkshire
  • 17 Apr 2008, 16:12
This has to stop Tim, Can you not take an average shot for once? You and I are going to fall out soon.lol Joking aside m8 this is fantastic. great work
tim hitchins: lol, no way m8 thats the falling out bitgrin
  • john
  • Sunny Norwich, England
  • 17 Apr 2008, 18:37
Fantastic shot Tim. :o) John
tim hitchins: most appreciated Johnsmile
Great lighting and a whole rainbow. You were lucky to be there for this Tim.
tim hitchins: was i Brian, but then after been up there for 2 hours +, i think i deserved a wee bitsmile
  • Fabrice
  • France
  • 17 Apr 2008, 19:55
Your shots are beautifull more and more !!!A perfect rainbow, you are a lot of chance ...
tim hitchins: ha well i am trying Fabricesmile
  • Aussie
  • Brisbane
  • 17 Apr 2008, 20:35
Superb shot Tim. A band of colour between two dark ones.
Hanging around that bit extra time paid off.
tim hitchins: yes it sure did Aussie, i was cold and wet it would have been easy to get in the car and go home, so glad i didn'tsmile
  • Jewlya
  • United States
  • 17 Apr 2008, 22:02
Wow, is this real? I love that you caught both ends of the rainbow. Did you find a pot of gold at either?
tim hitchins: ha it sure was Jewlya and i think i deserved to capture this after been wet and cold on the top of that hill for so long, and no sorry i didn't get chance to find the gold just as i had made my mind up which side to go it wentgrin
Wow. this is amazing
tim hitchins: thank you Gishansmile
  • Val
  • 18 Apr 2008, 05:25
This is really beautiful! I like the perspective
tim hitchins: thanks Val really appreciate your thoughtssmile
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 18 Apr 2008, 09:42
Wonderful, magical indeed! The most beautiful rainbows I ever have seen were in England and in Ireland -almost every day one, sometimes two an once! I'm always thinking of the rainbow as a religious symbol: God said, “This is the token of the covenant which I make between me and you and every living creature that is with you, for perpetual generations: I set my rainbow in the cloud, and it will be for a sign of a covenant between me and the earth." (Gen. 9,12ff.)
tim hitchins: well i am not religious Philine but i appreciate your words for sure, were in England have you traveled too?
  • France
  • Bordeaux
  • 19 Apr 2008, 06:18
Greeeeaattt !!!! You make me fly over the rainbow smile
tim hitchins: ha most appreciated France really happy it made you feel like that and have a great week aheadsmile
  • Aksel
  • Norway
  • 20 Apr 2008, 21:04
I don't remember seeing a whole rainbow in one pic - very, very nice smile
tim hitchins: no neither do i m8smile and i wont say i was lucky as i spent 2 and a half hours up there in the rain and wind i think i deserved itsmilemost appreciated.
Corr blimey how did I miss this one, this is a cracker, that 10mm really helps too.
tim hitchins: evening Nigel yes with out it i would have missed both ends, tried the 24mm but no were near so quickly changed and bingo, could not walk any further back as i was on the top of the rocks so this lens really proved invaluable at this moment in time,most appreciated glad you liked it m8smile
  • Affi
  • United States
  • 21 Apr 2008, 22:29
Gosh Tim! Don't think I can say anything that everyone else hasn't already said. Absolutely fab mate!
tim hitchins: thank you so much Affismile
Love this, Tim! The rainwow is real? Fantastic! Likey for me!
tim hitchins: thank you so much Jose really happy you liked it so much friend and yes the rainbow is 100% realsmilesmile
  • Ron S
  • watching the clock
  • 4 May 2008, 22:52
Great view and great capture Tim, nice one.
tim hitchins: most appreciated Ron glad you thought thatsmile
Just impredictible!!!!
tim hitchins: well thank you very much Silvia, fancy painting this scene?
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