A part of the farmyard at Priors Halton, just outside of Ludlow, framing the granite outcrop of Titterstone Clee Hill.
This image is just so full of interest. And I love the large amount of space you have allocated for the threatening skies.
8 Dec 2008 11:48am
A very interesting image, well composed, sharp and with so many things to observe.
8 Dec 2008 11:51am
Love that sky.. (and your comment at my place ;-)
8 Dec 2008 12:27pm
Wonderful capture, so much to see and so interesting, I to love the strong clouds
8 Dec 2008 1:37pm
This is an interesting work scene nicely capture with the hill just right on the horizon. Nicely done.
8 Dec 2008 2:19pm
that is a beautiful sky. it's interesting how everything under it is coloured by the sky, the greens and rusts and bounty of the earth affected by the sky and the clouds and the sun filtering through.
8 Dec 2008 2:29pm
Oooh Er No Missus..<Titter> Ye Not..Is that Vesuvius,am I in Up Pompei??.."Frankie Howerd?"No it's Grouse..Sorry mate,saw the title and I went off on one. ;>))
8 Dec 2008 2:51pm
I like the fact that there's a lot to look at in this image. And, as to that comment you made about the iron age fortresses nearby . . . watch out, Grousie, you might find a visitor from the States on your doorstep, begging for a tour of the local iron age earthworks. :)
8 Dec 2008 3:29pm
Excellent composition with fabulous colors.
8 Dec 2008 4:13pm
Very interesting composition. Lots of things happening here :)
8 Dec 2008 5:44pm
very good shot, great colours and bright
8 Dec 2008 7:11pm
Superb shot full of interesting details. The opening towards the hill is genious.
8 Dec 2008 10:30pm
great rural image:-) Makes me crave the countryside!!
9 Dec 2008 6:01am
nicely composed scene,but where are the "Titters" ??
9 Dec 2008 10:02am
@Anthony: Good question
There is a presence about this one as if I am standing there . . with my interest being drawn to that outcrop beyond.
9 Dec 2008 9:09pm
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