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Mount Bakewell vista

A bit slow on the landscape photos lately so I thought I would pop this one up to keep in the swing of things.   This is a stitched pano I have had sitting in my collection for quite a few weeks after a late afternoon sojourn over to York with Merv French. The canola was in flower and surrounding farms looked vibrant, A great time of the year in the Avon Valley.

Posted by hodgy1 on December 6, 2009
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  1. 12/6/2009

    Very nice Hodgy!

    I have done a heap of Skydives right over the top of Mount Bakewell!

    Looks kinda close when you are just off to the side at 2,000 ft and it is only 1200 ft below you!



    • 12/6/2009

      Yeah I thought this area might look familiar to you Mark, Not that from skydive express.

  2. 12/7/2009

    Nice Hodgy, love that lone Xanthorrhoea contrasting against the lush valley which looks more like Victoria than WA. Hope to get back to York again one day as my ancestors settled there….1843 I think.

  3. 12/7/2009

    Arrrrrh , I remember it well.

    We should go back and see what it would come up like now !!

    • 12/7/2009

      Why not, I still have the magic letusiner.

  4. 12/9/2009

    That’s an ‘A’ Pete love it, the pattern of the canola through the centre is well on the money! Agriculture creates some awesome patterns for photographers.

  5. 12/10/2009

    Hey Mate Very nice pano, I see what you mean about the blown highlights, they do give the photo an atmosphere. I really like the lighting in this shot, especially down on the fields.

  6. 12/10/2009

    nice compostion here and colour too, nice one!

  7. 12/14/2009

    wow nice one Pete, some farmer would love that pic, also a few paraglider pilots too. Great spot to fly off.


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