Winter Mist, Corfe Castle
view large...B l a c k M a g i c www.antonyspencer.com I'm amazed to announce that this image has just won the take a view landscape photographer of the year competition. Thanks for all the comments and flickrmails, I'm still pretty stunned and haven't really calmed down since Charlie Waite came to my door a week ago!! I'm in Norway at the moment with very little internet access, the sky has just cleared and hopefully Aurora Borealis will be dancing across the sky in a few minutes!!! I'll…
Corfe from Kingston
The ruins of Corfe Castle as seen from across the fields near Kingston village. Most of the morning mists had burnt off by now, with just some pockets lingering over the Arne peninsula and Poole Harbour in the distance. (I'd been on West Hill - out of shot left - myself 30 minutes earlier.)
Felt like a change on my stream, and i still got one or two of these lying around from last year. Thanks for the kind words on yesterdays post, i'm out for a lot of today too, but i will catch up with everyone soon enough. ----------------------------------- ©2012 Jason Swain, All Rights Reserved This image is not available for use on websites, blogs or other media without the explicit written permission of the photographer. ----------------------------------- my website…
This was an awesome sunrise on the Isle of Purbeck with some great mist swirling around in the valley at the base of the castle ruins at Corfe, not that often I pick the right location at the right time but everything came together perfectly on this occasion.
Corf Castle Sunrise by SebastianKraus on DeviantArt
As I said 3 years waiting... I'm really happy with this shoot! I know is not brilliant but in my opinion is all right... Corf Castle Sunrise
Castle In The Sky .
Corfe Castle Dorset . My first ever visit to this icon . i arrived in pitch black & freezing cold then stumbled my way to a central position about halve way up the hill , i thought this thistle would make a reasonable lead in and waited until this unusual sunrise appeared , there was big colourful bands of cloud and colour through out the sky it framed the castle in a pleasing way . After this i made my way further up the hill , to my surprise there were three other togs lurking behind there…
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Digital reconstruction restores Corfe Castle to its former glory
Ciprian Selegean, 22, used computer animation technology to digitally rebuild Corfe Castle in Dorset (shown). It was destroyed by Oliver Cromwell's army in 1646.