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An early evening shot of Tor y Foel and Pen Rhiw-calch, with the Black Mountains in the background. Talybont Reservoir lies just to the left of the picture, while the Dyffryn Crawnon in the centre-right takes the eye to Pen Cerrig-calch.
The guy killed these characters! This is the type of shit we come up with when we brainstorm haha.
Pen y ghent on the left and Fountains Fell on the right taken from the lane coming across from Malham.
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A long lens shot of Pen y fan. You can even see 2 people coming down. Wish I was up there.
A little road learning trip over the S&C today , stopped for a quick photo of Pen-y-ghent in the snow in between the showers .
sheep pen waiting for the sheep trials to come around again.
Keswick in the Lake District.
Explore 24th December 2013 #126
2013 07 013 Cumbria Keswick HDR
The long and winding road that is the South Downs Way. This is Pen Hill in late November... near Elsted in West Sussex.
I have re processed this shot, it was an amazing view! i traveled from to Dorset to north wales to see this! i had seen a picture of this place on here and had to get up there to see what it was like... it was well worth it, got great weather too.
the sun wasn't quite in the right place for this shot but i love the colors in the sky all the same.
this is part the way up mount snowdon,
the line down the middle of the picture is a road that takes you to two lakes and all the way down is amazing scenery, great for photography!!! and relaxing
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THIS LITTLE WATERFALL IS AT THE BOTTOM OF PEN-Y-FAN WHICH IS A MOUNTAIN IN SOUTH WALES
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A little adventure taken up the slopes of Pen Y Fan in the Brecon Beacons.
The snow and ice proved to be quite terrifying on the small mountain.
Photo was taken by GoPro+
Pen-y-ghent stands sentinel over the North Yorkshire village of Horton-in-Ribblesdale, in the upper valley of the River Ribble. The hill is one of the celebrated Three Peaks of the Yorkshire Dales National Park; the other two being Whernside and Ingleborough. Although Pen-y-ghent is the lowest of the Three Peaks, in my opinion it is the pick of the bunch for hillwalkers.
Pen-y-ghent takes the form of a broad ridge that is aligned in a north-south direction, with Ribblesdale to the west and Littondale to the east. The upper flanks of Pen-y-ghent are particularly steep and rocky and when viewed from a distance they have a distinctive two tier appearance, with a layer of Great Scar limestone being surmounted by a cap of millstone grit. The 2,277 feet summit is a superb viewpoint and on a good day the views encompass much of the Yorkshire Dales, Pendle Hill, the Bowland Fells and Morecambe Bay. Lower down the hillside, scattered about amongst the limestone, there are numerous potholes, the most impressive of which are Hull Pot and Hunt Pot, on the west flank of the hill. Pen-y-ghent lies on the main east-west watershed of England, unlike Whernside and Ingleborough, whose streams all flow westwards and drain into the Irish Sea.
The name Pen-y-ghent is derived from the old Cumbric language that was once spoken in this part of the country. It most probably translates into modern English as "hill of the winds". Other translations, however, have also been proposed including "hill on the border" or “hill on the plain”. It has also been suggested that it may be a corruption of the name of some tribal group who lived hereabouts in ancient times.
The picture was taken looking towards the west flank of Pen-y-ghent on the footpath that leads up to the hill from Brackenbottom.
I was in Wales, and to discover Snowdonia, I decided to do the Miner's trail hike from Pen-Y-Pass (360m elevation~1180ft) to the Snowdon Summit (1085m~560ft).
The weather was foggy and windy as I started the hike. But you know, you can make the ascent, then be higher than the fog while you arrive at the summit, and get a nice foggy view to take pictures of (which happened to me several times in San Francisco).
After 1 hour walking, the fog was so thick that there was no visibility above 10 meters.
This is why I lost the trail several times, and was completely soaked (due to the severe humidity in that fog).
Anyway, I did it to the summit where it was very windy...And no visibility at all due to THE FOG! So I did not wait until the golden hour to take photos, I went back to Pen-Y-Pass and I took this picture..
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I haven't done one of these for a while so this is my entry for this week's #flickrfriday – Pen and Paper.
Call me 'old fashioned' but I still prefer my fountain pen to a ball point. HMM
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A lovely metallic gold coloured ballpoint pen. With the focal point drawing a line between the ink and the shadow of the pen.
Meh, Had too many beers today to put a decent description.
Pens are an immensely versatile tool, you can use them for drawing on paper or your skin, for writing stories or poems, you can construct towers out of them or balance them in your hand.How you direct your creativity is up to you, but we'd love you to share it with us: Show us your favorite pen shot for #TwitterTuesday. You can take a picture of a pen on your desk or in the wild, or you can select your greatest shot from your Flickr archives.
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