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Hole of Horcum - last light
Hole of Horcum - last light
SaraR


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Camera: Canon EOS-40D
Lens: Canon EF 28-135mm F/3.5-5.6 IS USM
Location: Hole of Horcum, North York Moors, England
Date Uploaded: Jan 31, 2009

Viewed: 349
Comments: 15
Favorites: 1 (view)

I have been trying to take a decent photo of the Hole of Horcum for a while, but just cannot manage to depict the sheer scale of the place, or it's depth. Yorkshire legend has it that the geological feature was caused when a giant scooped up the land - amazing how many giants there were in England and how truly colossal they must have been....
HDR from three RAW photos

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10/05/2010 03:21:06 PM
Stunning photo Sara, makes me proud to be a Yorkie ;). We have some truly lovely places in Yorkshire and you really know how to capture them and this is another stunning example. The lighting is perfect. Serene, peaceful, colourful beauty.
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03/01/2009 02:08:36 AM
supurb image sara it looks pretty dry tho
similar to Aussiland at the moment
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02/23/2009 02:19:00 PM
I still think HDR creates too many phantoms, I've tried it on outdoor scenics and it always looks a little strange. The tree in the foreground is a good example of this, it's not quite matched up which gives it a very soft, unfocused appearance. Any slight movement will do this. HDR bracketed images must be totally stationary because any slight movement will create phantoms and no matter what they tell you, these cannot be aligned.
HDR works great for statonary interior shots with controlled lighting.

I do like the colors in your image and the great DOF.
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02/08/2009 05:36:39 PM
This is a lovely, serene panorama!
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02/02/2009 07:32:32 AM
Beautiful picture, great colours!
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02/01/2009 02:37:21 PM
What incredibly gorgeous light!!
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02/01/2009 02:05:36 PM
Beautiful light Sara!

Although they catch the light beautifully, the foreground trees aren't adding much to this shot for me. As my eye moves through the scene it seems to always end at the foreground instead of deeper into the shot. Then again maybe I just have my "crazy hat" on.
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02/01/2009 10:52:15 AM
the streaming light over the trees and hills really amplifies the whole feel of the image

i always think of these moors and very dark and foreboding - but this is so warm and rich - lovely
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01/31/2009 09:39:59 PM
I've looked at this photo about three or four times now. For some reason, I'm really drawn to it. It looks like such an inviting place, and as others have mentioned, I love the warmth. Just beautiful...I don't see a single thing that I would change.
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01/31/2009 09:32:54 PM
I love the soft colours its almost like a water colour painting!
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01/31/2009 07:59:16 PM
because you didn't put your PP on your photo and I have no idea what you did...I am going to suggest that you do more curves and levels, the colors seems to be a little dull...I really like the curve of the "creek???", field and angles of the shot...but it doesn't seem to pop with the color, then again...it is January...go figure...really like the spot. I am just guessing that if you want a shot similar to the "Hole of Horcum" you will need a wider angle lens...that will show the "depth of the Hole"
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01/31/2009 10:18:57 AM
You got a nice leading line through your picture and the light is sweet.

Yorkshire's on my list of places to visit (once I'm done with Scotland).
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01/31/2009 09:57:25 AM
Very interesting composition - a landscape without a sky! I love the colours and how the scene is divided in two by an s-curve.
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01/31/2009 09:30:35 AM
I agree, love the warm tones. Very nice Image.

Mac,
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01/31/2009 08:44:08 AM
The warm natural tones are so inviting. I like the curved lines in juxtaposition with the scraggly trees. NICE.
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