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The fields of St Day

Another snow scene from my walk the other day. The snow lasted no more than 24 hours.
Sight and Sound; Janis Joplin again and I feel her voice was at its best here. At least this is one of my favourite recordings. www.youtube.com/watch?v=bn5TNqjuHiU
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24 comments

Pam J said:

OHHH THE ENGINE HOUSES ... FROM THE TOP OF YHE CHEESEWRING YOU CAN MAKE OUT AT LEAST 13.A
IN CRNWALL THE GODS GIVEN LAND THEY SRE THERE TO HOLD THE SKY UP

OHHHH ANDY

WHAT ALE THEY GOT ON TAP AT THE STAR ?
17 months ago

Andy Rodker replied to Pam J:

They change their selection of real ales on a regular basis, Pam and usually have at least 5 good ones on the go at any one time. Last week I enjoyed Timothy Taylor's 'Landlord' and this week i've enjoyed Abbott Ale, which at 5% abv is stronger than I would usually have but it's delicious and I only ever have the time to down one pint and I don't drive there so I indulged myself!
17 months ago

Malik Raoulda said:

SUBLIME cette magnifique combinaison d'ombre et de lumière..un beau terrain enneigé sous un beau ciel coloré.
Bonne journée dominicale.
17 months ago ( translate )

Gillian Everett said:

Looks a wonderful place to experience
17 months ago ( translate )

Madeleine Defawes said:

Superbe image d'hiver !
Bon dimanche. Amitiés
17 months ago ( translate )

Jaap van 't Veen said:

Beautiful winter vista.
17 months ago ( translate )

Eric Desjours said:

"Summertime" over a lovely snowy landscape at dusk (or dawn?), now there's a facetious spirit!
Her voice and blues are indeed magical here, as is your delightful capture.
17 months ago

Andy Rodker replied to Eric Desjours:

You know, Eric, I completely missed the irony at the time!
17 months ago

Rosalyn Hilborne said:

The Star Inn still has the light to guide you there Andy.
A good shot and information.
Sunday greetings.
17 months ago

Andy Rodker replied to Rosalyn Hilborne:

When I first highlighted the Star Inn on a prev photo I was only sixty % certain it was actually the pub and not a nearby farm! But I have guessed right!
17 months ago

William Sutherland said:

Outstanding low-light shot! Stay well!

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17 months ago

Herb Riddle said:

Quite a moody image with this very subdued shadow lighting. It certainly conveys a cold feel about the scene. Nice lighting in the distant sky.

Have a great day and thanks for sharing with our UK Landscape Photography Group , Herb.
17 months ago

Keith Burton said:

A gorgeous blue hour image Andy..............I love the sky with it's hint of red colour and nice clouds.
17 months ago

Ulrich John said:

Winterliche Blue Hour ! Very nice, Andy !
17 months ago ( translate )

Jenny McIntyre said:

Wonderful countryside to go a wandering - even with the snow there. Has any more snow fallen since then? We've not had any yet. I suppose I should be grateful, but I do like to see the snow.
17 months ago