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bridge and a rock
Posted By: thomasjmpark, 05-07-2008, 02:01 PM

Another bike trip today in the glorius sunshine. Ill have to be careful and not get too fit, must eat more pizza!

Thought id give HDR another try (or tonemapping as another member furiously pointed out) as I havnt done it for a while.

this is Ashness bridge which is apparently the most photographed bridge in the Lake District, and my friend posing again.

and a rock that i must have riden past literally 10's of times and never noticed.

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05-07-2008, 05:13 PM   #2
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#2 is WOW! ... very detailed, HDR done the way i like it
#3 somebody had too much time to create that rock
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Nice series Tom.

Wouldn't mind having time to trek around such places.

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Nice series Tom. #2 is outstanding!

edit: And that rock is just strange.

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Very nice images Tom, does anyone know by whom, why and how that rock was cut?
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Thanks everyone

About the rock I have no idea, I havnt had a chance to ask anyone about it yet. As I said i must have past it a fair few times and never noticed, unless its a new installation. The Lake District continues to suprise me as I have found some bits of art in the most obscure of places.

I too am interested in how the rock was cut, I cant quite figure it out.
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Tom, once again some stunning images, I don't know how you do it but after each post I'm left thinking that these are some of the bes images I've seen and then you post these that raise the bar even more.

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Outstanding photographs Tom! You have done it again. Funky carving on the rock. Maybe it was naturally found that way.
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Praise indeed, thankyou very much Craig Im not sure im quite that worthy yet but ill take the compliments

Thankyou Jeff Yes I thought maybe a streak of lighting had split it open and revealed some sort of never before found geometric crustation I should lay claim to the find and make millions

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