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Wynose Pass
Copyright ©2009, Kiffin Miller
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Wynose Pass on the way to the Hardknott Roman fort Cumbria

Photographer: Kiffin Miller
Folder: Kiffin Miller
Uploaded: 20-Jan-2009 05:22 CET
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Camera: Olympus E300
Exposure time: 1/100
Aperture: f5.6
Focal length: 24mm
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Focusing method: iESP P-AF
ISO: 100
White balance: Auto
Flash: no
Image format: SHQ
Processing applied: Photoshop various
Various: This days drive was the highlight of our 5 week trip.
Image resized to: 600x800

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Excellent view, great capture.

Terrence MacCabe at 09:40 CET on 20-Jan-2009 [Reply]

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Great shot - very dramatic

Bob Doucette at 01:15 CET on 21-Jan-2009 [Reply]

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Beautiful view. Love this spot. Maybe a little less sky?

Olav Agnar Frogner at 18:19 CET on 27-Jan-2009 [Reply]

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Thanks Terrance Bob and Olav for your comments.

Olav you could have something there, I will try some cropping.

Kiffin Miller at 04:10 CET on 28-Jan-2009 [Reply]

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Thanks Olav for your comment.
You may be right about the sky, not something I would have thought of. I will try cropping and see what happens.

Regards

Kiffin

Kiffin Miller at 08:31 CET on 02-Feb-2009 [Reply]

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You welcome. I find a great number of photos here in this forum very good. With a little more effort so many can be just fantastic. Take care and donít forget to have some fun!

Olav Agnar Frogner at 16:16 CET on 02-Feb-2009 [Reply]

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Agree, less sky is better! Did you enjoy the drive? this is one hairy road!
I wonder if there has been a little too much colour saturation here - it looks a little too vivid?
By the way, I think the correct name is Wrynose Pass.
This one brings back memories...

Mike Bywater at 23:56 CEST on 28-Apr-2010 [Reply]

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Thanks Mike

Yes at times the back of the car was alongside as we went around bends.
A great place for photos!

From memory I did not change the saturation but it was a long time ago.

Thanks for the correct spelling.

Regards

Kiffin

Kiffin Miller at 13:31 CEST on 02-May-2010 [Reply]