A lone fisherman

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    At Blea tarn.
    Actually he wasn't that alone as of course I was there and so also was a group of about 3 or 4 photographers who appeared to be on some kind tutorial, workshop thingy. They were all huddled in a tight pack by the waters edge with tripods and filters and the whole works.

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    1. Jo Sanderson-Mann 30 months ago | reply

      wonderful - it looks so bleak

    2. cgullz 30 months ago | reply

      ... in a freaken fantastic spot!!!
      well done Andy!

    3. StevenMBeard 30 months ago | reply

      A beautifully composed atmospheric shot.

    4. And who am i 30 months ago | reply

      Looks good in B & W

    5. bhawi 30 months ago | reply

      Stunning composition and so so wonderful in BW, the tones and contrasts are incredible!
      Thanks for the kind and sweet comment this morning :)

    6. John Finney 30 months ago | reply

      The figure really makes it, stunning location and great composition

    7. Phil:Morgan 30 months ago | reply

      Great b&w landscape

    8. aircrashsites.co.uk [deleted] 30 months ago | reply

      Wonder if all the others got owt as good as this. Looks terrific in mono. Don't think I ever saw anyone angling at one ot these tarns before.

    9. @HotpixUK -Add Me On Ipernity 500px 30 months ago | reply

      Well picked out. Lovely mono mate!
      Super work, nice one for the weekend!

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    10. Andrew Boxall 30 months ago | reply

      A stunner of a B&W Andrew which creates a great mood and that fisherman is a brilliant focal point.

    11. skipnclick 30 months ago | reply

      Superb treatment of this classic scene! Love the diminutive fisherman giving the scale.

    12. swazileigh/ Langman Lightscaping 30 months ago | reply

      What an epic b & w Andy!! Gives the sense of adventure!

    13. Des Hawley (over 1 million views) 30 months ago | reply

      Not a bad place to go and learn a bit about taking landscapes Andrew, you should have had a quiet word perhaps ?

    14. Ninja Dog - 忍者犬 30 months ago | reply

      Beautiful shot - the whole thing is SO inviting - the light in the hills is lovely.

    15. lisaluvz 30 months ago | reply

      Beautiful scenery, no wonder there's so many photographers around!

    16. KaySeeArr - now also on 'ipernity'. 30 months ago | reply

      Another great shot!
      You sure get around in your neck of the woods, Andrew. I'm very grateful to be able to share the wonderful scenery that you post.

    17. pasujoba 30 months ago | reply

      cracking shot ...nowt wrong wi filters though use em all the time !

    18. RiekePhotography 30 months ago | reply

      Beautiful! Love the different shades.

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