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Brimham Rocks

Brimham Rocks

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  • Gavin.
  • Scotland
  • 30 Apr 2009, 00:49
Nice one Tim, I'm really enjoying this. Looks like an excellent location. Well done.
tim hitchins: it is Gavin, bit off the beaten path but worth the effort for suresmile
  • Martin
  • United States
  • 30 Apr 2009, 04:11
This is good stuff! Great atmosphere and the composition works very well too.
tim hitchins: so happy you should think so Martinsmile
  • Eliza
  • Tanzania
  • 30 Apr 2009, 07:11
very atmospheric. it actually reminds me of something from lord of the rings, doesn't it? the road towards mordor smile
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 30 Apr 2009, 07:36
Great atmosphere, this is wonderful, love the sky and everything.
A likey to me, thank you
tim hitchins: my pleasure Astrid and i hope all is well smile
  • vintage
  • Australia
  • 30 Apr 2009, 07:40
This one should be framed,I like it very much
tim hitchins: if i had some spare money i would lol, cheers vintagesmile
  • zed
  • Australia
  • 30 Apr 2009, 07:50
Very well done Tim, especially like the twisted trees
tim hitchins: yes Tony its a great place and one i will have to back to soonsmile cheers.
Spooky, eerie, dramatic, I'm waiting for some ghostly figure to come riding through, cloak flying in the wind. A really terrific image.
tim hitchins: glad he didn't Sheila i was all on my own and it was getting dark lol, cheers Sheilasmile
  • KenC
  • United Kingdom
  • 30 Apr 2009, 08:38
Tim,nice to see a landscape from you again.This is 1st class.
tim hitchins: well thank you very much Ken, not being out much lately but hoping that will change soonsmile
Beautiful colours in this one Tim. A superb image.
tim hitchins: thanks Ron, glad i made the effort to stay hoping the sun going down would throw up some coloursmile
  • anniedog
  • United Kingdom
  • 30 Apr 2009, 10:13
Apocalyptic! Love the line of orange on the horizon.
tim hitchins: yes Ingrid it was a great sight for sure,smile
Like a film set. The land part has a still-life like quality about it.
tim hitchins: its a great place Jose and i was glad i hung around long enough to capture that colour in the sky, then i beat a hasty retreat to the car quite a eerie place on your own at dusk, have a nice day Josesmile
By 'eck Tim you have done a superb job here. One of your finest.
tim hitchins: chuffed you should think so Billsmile
I love the atmosphere. Great shot Tim!
tim hitchins: thank you very much Richard and have a good day smile
That curved tree is perfect in this lovely composition.
tim hitchins: its has to be one of the most photographed trees in Yorkshire Mary and i intend to do some early morning shots of it very soonsmile have a nice day Marysmile
  • Jasper
  • Netherlands
  • 30 Apr 2009, 14:01
Holy holy. This is amazing! The dynamic range is awesome.
tim hitchins: well i am chuffed you should feel that Jasper, have a great weekendsmile
A good shot I suspect Tim before you gave it a boost of something or other in the software and made it even better.
tim hitchins: it was 2shots just blended together Brian, cheers mateysmile
This is such a dramatic image, superb.
tim hitchins: happy you think so Liz, have a nice daysmile
Fire and Brimstone.... Maybe a good setting for the Witches scene in Macbeth. great. richard
tim hitchins: love your view Richardsmile have a great weekend matey.
  • Stan
  • United Kingdom
  • 30 Apr 2009, 18:24
Just print it! Likeyed!
tim hitchins: coming from you Stan i have a big grin on my face smile most appreciated for sure.
Wow Fantastic this is going beyond amateur.
tim hitchins: well i appreciate your perspective her Martin it sure brought a smile to my face i can tell yousmile cheers matey.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 30 Apr 2009, 20:22
This is Lord Of The Rings stuff Tim - excellent!
tim hitchins: praise indeed Chris, thank you very muchsmile
It's magical Tim. Hadn't we seen this palce before in some other photo of yours?
tim hitchins: yes Albert and i might have to rework it as i have learnt a few things since then, cheers m8smile
great stuff.....
spooky stuff either HDR or you've spent some time processing
or both
tim hitchins: no hdr Rob just two exposures blended together i have just found a tutorial though for doing landscapes in hdr so i will give it ago, cheers Robsmile
  • Helen
  • United States
  • 1 May 2009, 03:24
Tim, I really have no words for this. it's gorgeous and I would hang it on my wall if it were mine!!
tim hitchins: well thank you very much Helen thats high praise indeed and most appreciated for suresmile have a nice daysmile
  • cathy
  • United States
  • 1 May 2009, 04:06
Checking back in after a long while and what a wonderful site to see. I'm like Ken, good to see another one of your landscapes---you do them so well. And I so love trees with such character. Here's to a great picture and hopefully just as grand a weekend.
tim hitchins: hi Cathy and how are you? must email you todaysmile
Well captured scene. Caught at the right time of day. Well worth going off the beaten track for.
tim hitchins: cheers Nathan, yes i had being there all afternoon and was in two minds whether to hang about with dusk approaching, quite a walk to car through woods which i am not a lover of lol, glad i did though cheers Nathansmile
  • Jim Wilson
  • Scotland
  • 1 May 2009, 18:49
Awesome,likeyed immediately !!!
tim hitchins: thank you very much Jim, chuffed you should like it so much, glad i hung around that day waiting for the sun to go downsmile
I'm using my laptop while I'm away and so the title is off the bottom of the screen. Even before I saw it, I thought "Brimham Rocks". Love the lighting in this very much.
tim hitchins: yes Alan its a great place and i intend to go back soon as i messed a few shots up, cheers Alansmile
  • simon
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 2 May 2009, 08:18
what a cracker this is,
If i had some money i would get this framed for you dad.
tim hitchins: lol you and me too ehgrin cheers young un, the good times will come againsmile
WOW - I could never have done this - I like how I can see the details in the darker parts of the picture
Nice one there... Looks so much like an oil painting... Great Job... smile
spot on.patience has its rewards.
A really cool photo, like the color combination of drama and the feeling you experience, the composition is really exciting!
PS! (Must say, I've been on holiday in Scotland last week, it was really nice but a wonderful natural)
  • Kaz
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 8 Aug 2009, 12:17
Can we get this printed on canvas for our bedroom, its stunning x
tim hitchins: hmmmmmmmm maybe, maybe not lolgrin

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