Eglwyseg Rocks - Vale of Clywd, North Wales

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    This was taken with my newly purchased Sigma 17-70 lens - I highly recommend it, great piece of kit !!

    Simon

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    Nice capture, I love the richness of the greens.
     
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    -- It's all the rain we've had in the U.K this year, worst summer on record !!

    The only plus point is that the scenery looks so lush - it's just finding a minute or 2 between the rain to take the photograph :wink:

    thanks for the comments

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    Very nice, almost looks like an HDR. Did you use multiple exposures?
     
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    A great composition as always, Simon. I'm interested in your comment about the Sigma 17-70...it's one of the lenses on my wish list. But Sigma do a lot of lenses in this range. I've seen 28-70, 24-60, 24-70. How did you decide which was best for you?

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