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I thought I ought to do some shots of the Howgill Fells from a distance; this is the first one (thanks to David Barrett for the location suggestion). Very near where I was standing to capture this is a plaque commemorating the following, and hence the name of the location.

From an article I found on-line:
"Here, in 1652, fresh from his vision on Pendle Hill, George Fox addressed a multitude,and thus began the Quaker movement, 'The Society of Friends'."

"A nice shot of the west side of the Howgills, bathed in evening sunshine; golden; pretty", I thought, as I set out from near Ingleborough, where it was vaguely sunny, heading for what is now known as Fox's Pulpit. On arrival, twenty miles away, it wasn't - Yorkshire weather was once again better than Cumbrian weather.... Ah well - I like this too, but the Sun was very much not visible at any point of the two hours I spent there, and this was taken five minutes after actual sunset.

Oh! And on the left of this shot are the outskirts of the mighty metropolis of Howgill itself.... another first in this series/project.


On Explore first page 23rd October 2011 - thanks very much to everyone who commented and favourited this!

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  1. ...arpi... 30 months ago | reply

    this is amazing. the light and tones are perfect and so is the composition

  2. D A Gabhriel [deleted] 30 months ago | reply

    great picture!

  3. Piero Donofrio 29 months ago | reply

    ottima composizione,i colori veramente belli,saluti piero.

  4. Piero Donofrio 29 months ago | reply

    panorami fantastici,molto bella la tua terra,saluti piero.

  5. James Thornbrook 29 months ago | reply

    I like the tones in this Mike.

  6. Fu-yi 29 months ago | reply

    Beautifully composed!!Excellent picture!!!

    Thank you for sharing!
    Greetings from Taiwan,

    Grazie per avere postato la foto nel gruppo
    Thank you for posting the photos in the group
    Gracias por publicar las fotos en el grupo
    Merci de signaler les photos dans le groupe
    Vielen Dank für die Buchung der Fotos in der Gruppe

    Le mie Preferite AndreAzzurra

  7. ashley purita 28 months ago | reply

    incredible work

  8. 9lt 28 months ago | reply

    very nice i like it so

  9. Kevin J Allan 28 months ago | reply

    There are so many interesting shapes, colours, and textures to see here. I like the colour scheme as it is.

  10. Dave Cappleman 28 months ago | reply

    A great lung full of fresh air! Wonderful!
    Seen on your photo stream. ( ?² )

  11. debreczeniemoke 27 months ago | reply

    Beautiful landscape, excellent shot!

  12. Simon_Powell 27 months ago | reply

    the contours of the landscape captured in stunning light

  13. 流浪小孩 18 months ago | reply


  14. jennipurrr 18 months ago | reply

    Great job editing!

  15. Country Music :) 18 months ago | reply

    Wow, this is gorgeous!

  16. Baggers 2014 18 months ago | reply

    Funny how this just popped up again on Front Page, 1 year on! Still looks great to me! I wonder if there is a moonlight shot in this location? I'm a big fan of moonlight and can imagine that it could illuminate those mountains casting deep shadows, but giving a mysterious light! Just a though...

  17. trymilkingme 15 months ago | reply

    Nice shot!
    Wainwright said that the Howgills resembled a herd of sleeping elephants- when I walked them I thought that they were very feminine- the most womanly of hills - those wonderfully desirable curves and secret recesses.
    This viewpoint shows those features incredibly well.

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