Another shot of my favourite place on earth. The wasdale Valley in Cumbria englan is home to Wastwater Lake, the deepest lake in England, ringed on three sides by glorious Lakeland Fells. With every second of the day the scenery changes before you like a constantly evolving canvas as the sun and clouds cast their light and shadows upon the fell and water.
for this photograph, I processed in photoshop cs5, then into nik hdr pro, where I used the single photo setting then tweaked the end result in the same programme. Not to everyones taste I appreciate, but on this occassion I was drawn to the result and put it up to hear the thoughts of others as to the effect.
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