A house is not a home

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  1. KenCo

    KenCo TPF Noob!

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    Who would abandon this? Overlooking the River Tees and right on top of High Force. Some wonderful scenery surrounding it for miles upon miles. Taken a couple of months ago when the frost was on the go.
    Just looking over some shots.

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    And another overlooking Stanhope....once again another very photogenic area.

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    TFL.
    Ken.
     
  2. Arch

    Arch Damn You! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    great images ken...... like the compo of the first one, and good detail in the second :thumbup:
     
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    Once again you have some gorgeous photos.. The first one looks very lonely...
     
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    Wow...your images are always a treat to look at. Another two stunning captures.!!
     
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    Oh Ken, they're both excellent, but that first one is spectacular. I love everything about it...the muted colours, the compo, the detail, the clouds. Major kudos for this one!!
     
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    Cheers guys and thanks once again for the comments.
    Holly.....Lonely and sad are exactly how I saw it, before, during and after processing....so thanks for that!
    Antartican.....WOW! thanks!
    Appreciate the comments as always.
    Cheers guys.
    Ken.
     
  7. Hoppy

    Hoppy No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Number one just tells such a story. Its a fantastic shot!!!!!!!!!!! the contrast, everything about it is brilliant.
    Send it to a postcard company.

    I'm looking forward to when I visit there again in the autumn.
     
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    your photos always seem so rich, the tone and colors in that first one are spectacular. i try to make sure i never miss any of your threads... :thumbup: for this one... nice.
     
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    Thanks again guys,
    Thanks Hoppy and when your in the area if you'd like to meet up just give me a shout.

    Thanks JTH, I'll try not to let you down. Thanks!
     
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    Love the tones in the first image. Very nice!
     

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