Sycamore Gap ( or Robin Hood's tree as it is sometimes know) has to be one of the most idyllic places on Hadrian's Wall, but gets very busy, and has to be one of the most photographed scenes of the wall in the summer. I decided to have a trip up there after the sun went down and the crowds had gone home, to try and get something slightly different from the norm and try star trails again. These are just some shots I tried by altering the on board colour filters found in the W/B menu. Other than changing this from raw to jpeg and resizing it hasn't been altered in any way.
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