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Fire In The Welsh Skies - Tal-y-Llyn lake is situated in the Welsh district of Gwynedd, at the southern foot of the Snowdonia mountain range. I stumbled upon it purely by accident, having gotten lost on my way somewhere else. On the morning I found it, at around 5.30am a couple of days ago, it was as calm as a graveyard. Slowly, before the sun made an appearance to the right of frame, the clouds were lit a deep, burnt orange. All of the colours in this image are original. This is not an HDR…

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Before The Light Came - Ill be honest, I don't know if I like this image. Low light images are so hard to work with, as unless they are viewed large, too much of the detail is hidden. The colours in this image are out of the camera, all I have done is add a little contrast and clarity. It was a very, very long exposure.

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The Torn, Morning Clouds. Having been on top of West Hill at Corfe at least twenty times, yesterday morning I finally found it bathed in beautiful mist. I

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The Play Of Light And Mist - So this morning, I made my early morning way to a little village in the heart of Dorset named Corfe. It hosts a beautiful idyllic little street, flanked by a pair of hills and an 11th century castle. This castle, which is just out of view in this image, was rebuild shortly after William the Conquerers invasion of southern England. It was upon one of the two aforementioned hills that I set up to take this image. Id arrived shortly before 6am and had sat in…

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Stourhead Gardens In Autumn. So what happened today? Well, in a nutshell, Matt and I got accosted by a weirdo who wanted to know if we took photographs of each

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