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photoblog image The mist's of time.2

The mist's of time.2




a view  from  Sandsend looking towards Whitby with the  Abbey just visible on the left, a welcome sight after a precarious drive from Pickering over the N.  Yorks moors with the road covered in snow and ice.Paul if you look in the Hole of Horcum looked stunning , would have loved to have stopped but feared if i touched the brakes i might just end up in it lol.

The mist's of time.2




a view  from  Sandsend looking towards Whitby with the  Abbey just visible on the left, a welcome sight after a precarious drive from Pickering over the N.  Yorks moors with the road covered in snow and ice.Paul if you look in the Hole of Horcum looked stunning , would have loved to have stopped but feared if i touched the brakes i might just end up in it lol.

comments (26)

  • Chris
  • England
  • 13 Feb 2009, 02:39
This is soooo mysterious Tim: the pink colour is great
  • cathy
  • United States
  • 13 Feb 2009, 03:58
This scene looks so warm and inviting to me....hard to even begin to imagine snow and ice anywhere nearby, but I've travelled the area and I have a good idea of what it must have felt like. We have had crazy weather, too. It snowed one day and three days later, it was 75 degrees...Eastern N.C.----you never know what to expect. lol Have a great Valentine's weekend and watch out for Cupid's arrow. smiling
  • vintage
  • Australia
  • 13 Feb 2009, 05:45
Great colour I like the low mist
tim hitchins: hi vintage matey, its the sea that your looking atsmile most appreciated.
  • zed
  • Australia
  • 13 Feb 2009, 06:55
Love that misty effect, l can see that l am going to have to invest in a descent tripod, my bush walking model (500grams) just doesn't cut it.
This is a super shot with a perfect title.
Superb composition. I love the tones!
  • blackdog
  • the third stone from the sun
  • 13 Feb 2009, 09:31
Another very barren looking landscape (see RS today) I am guessing this is without the ND filter, just low light and a long exposure. Morning mist?
tim hitchins: its the sea Mike lol, but mist will do grin
  • anniedog
  • United Kingdom
  • 13 Feb 2009, 10:00
Mean, moody and mysterious! I'm guessing this is sunset?
Ingrid
tim hitchins: sunrise Ingridsmile but i like your perspectivesmile
nice shot, great colors and a mysterious feeling
Fantastic misty hues tim.... richard
tim hitchins: its the sea mateysmilesmile
  • Aussie
  • Brisbane
  • 13 Feb 2009, 12:00
Gorgeous image Tim. love the colour and the low mist
nice effect tim, looks cold and I figure if thats the east coast then this must be a sunset?
tim hitchins: sunrise matey and yes it was a fat zero degrees, but i was well wrapped up i can tell yousmile cheers Padraig.
Tim...this is really beautiful The time of day make all the difference.Lovely. We once spent a winter holiday just north of Pickering in a 4x4..just to find the snow..and it came. It led us into some forrestry..It was beautiful.
  • Claudia
  • United Kingdom
  • 13 Feb 2009, 15:51
Wow! This is beautiful! Wonderful shot...
Stunning Tim. In the likey box for me. Where is Count Dracula? tongue
tim hitchins: cheers matey, think he might just be some were in the Abbey as sunrise was upon usgrin
That good, Tim! You are becoming a referring one for me! It is a pleasure to see your photos. Great!
tim hitchins: well thats a big compliment Jose for sure and most appreciated my friendsmile
  • chi
  • United Kingdom
  • 13 Feb 2009, 19:58
this looks like life on mars..love the tone
tim hitchins: yes chi and it felt as cold as Mars too lol, most appreciatedsmile
You caught a really great atmospheric shot here Tim, well worth the dodgy drive.
tim hitchins: yes Brian, i had only been on the beach a couple of minutes when the sun popped out, a welcome sight i can tell yousmile
I'm a 50 year old fan of your photos. Great. Really.
tim hitchins: lol cheers Albert and i am a 21 year old fan of yoursgrin
The cars in the background are they parked or have you stiched more pictures together - cool magazine colours wink
tim hitchins: no matey they are either parked or are on there way to Whitby just round the corner, another dissapointing result today ehsad
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 14 Feb 2009, 22:58
Aye, the mists of time indeed. Worth your slip sliding trip. Excellent picture.
tim hitchins: lol yes that was on a previous day Louis, the daft thing here was getting my boots wet within 5 mins of being on beach and it was a balmy -0 degreesgrin cheers matey.
Wow, this is awesome Tim smile
tim hitchins: well thank you very much Pamsmile
Wonderful, Wonderful shot!
Love the tone.
I will be taking my tripod down to the beach & trying to replicate this, fingers crossed, my tripod might not be able to handle the task.
tim hitchins: lol i am sure it will be Lyndah just remember to stand it on some rocks if poss as it sinks in the sand. So glad you liked it so muchsmile and good luck i shall be watching out for your efforts.
  • Radel
  • 17 Feb 2009, 00:31
wow! almost like it on Mars somewhere.. great atmosphere.
really great
tim hitchins: so chuffed you should think so ilandsissmile
location location location the golden rule, U respected in all of your pics and therefore you have my respects and admiration. Go for this soon as it posible www.timhitchins.com

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