I was out in Wensleydale today scouting for photographs to add to my landscape collection. Unfortunately it wasn't the best day, blue sky and sunshine yes, but increasingly hazy as the day went on, only made worse by the burning of the heather on the moor above Reeth.
Suddenly this view caught my eye, and I wondered for a moment how best to capture it. The sheep in the field below gave rise to the name (sorry) but the rest is all natural.
Keywords: Bar Code, Black & White, Tony Crossland Photography, Yorkshire, Yorkshire Dales, monochrome
Tony, love this photo. How can I buy a print?
like it Tony, good use of a bad day. Same down here in Oxford, hazy sun so did some macro work using live view and timer, turned out ok.
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