Ambleside... the following morning

The same view from our hotel room the morning after I took this [photoblog.com]

Just shows how the light and the weather work together to make completely different images… and all I had to do was look out of the window. :-)

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      Ray
      2012.04.24 Edited

      Congratulations. I looked back at the previous shot also. Beautiful!

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      2012.04.24 Edited

      great composition, you have to seize the moment! Wife knew where it was on Front page but she did live just down the road in Coniston for 25years. Congrats on F.P.

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      Bee
      2012.04.24 Edited

      Congratulations on FP - an absolutely beautiful view!

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      Maz
      2012.04.24 Edited

      VERY well deserved FP. What a stunning shot. Well done!!!!

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      2012.04.24 Edited

      definitely a winning piece!glad it was featured and was able to see it at once!congrats and thanks for sharing!

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      2012.04.24 Edited

      Congrats on sensational piece of work. Forgive me but I must ask. Can you get a decent glass of beer there? I am thinking so.

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      Tim
      2012.04.24 Edited

      congratulations,,it is great to see one of your photos in Fp, you could be there daily in fact... It is even more interesting when we can compare the same view, you are so right...weather and light make the difference.. !

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      2012.04.24 Edited

      this greeted me on the frontpage today... and i thought immediately, it's a classic "davids"! :-)

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      Jay
      2012.04.24 Edited

      Yes, it looks almost as if the background is an elaborately painted stage backdrop behind the town. The clouded mountains contrasted with the darker, stoney foreground creates a rich 3-dimensional photograph. It's a photograph filled with things I want to look through and discover, such as the little white house background left. Congratulations.

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      2012.04.24 Edited

      Magnificent capture! C o n g r a t u l a t i o n s on the FP!

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      2012.04.24 Edited

      A fabulous photo with a play between shadow and of light which emphasizes the mist. But all your blog is play of shadows and light.... Bravo and congrats :)

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      2012.04.24 Edited

      love the comparison in shots. Lovely how the weather works for us and we don't even have to ask. Great picture and congrats on FP!

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      2012.04.24 Edited

      What a view you had !!!! and took an excellent shot of this gorgeous moment, totally well deserved FP, Congratulations !!!

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      2012.04.24 Edited

      WOO HOOO!!!! I don't even think I can adequately express my excitement about this FP. Here, I'll try:
      "round-off, handspring, handspring, single, twisting one and a half, whip, layout"

      [b]HUGE CONGRATULATIONS DAVID[/b]!!!!

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      2012.04.21 Edited

      A great moment! It looks almost like a composition of two different pictures.

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      2012.04.21 Edited

      It's almost like the clouds have been painted across the hills.

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      2012.04.20 Edited

      Cool to compare the different photos. You did have quite the view from your hotel room.

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      2012.04.20 Edited

      Ahhh ... but not everyone is that aware!
      Keen photographers are always aware ... and the camera's always close-by.
      The church steeple looks has caught the sunshine so beautifully.

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      2012.04.20 Edited

      Clouds always add an extra element to a shot and these low lying ones even more so... nice!