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There is a Public Footpath in the field on the left of the scene, leading from the churchyard of St John the Baptist, Tunstall to the farmhouse. From there a series of small footpaths wind through the fields and lead to Cowan Bridge.
It is along this Footpath that the Bronte sisters walked to attend the Church at Tunstall when the girls were at the Clergy Daughters' School.
Taken at Tunstall, Lune Valley one fine day in July
F/16 @ 10secs.
Lee .6ND Soft Grad.
Took a trip down to Tunstall Reservoir in Weardale late Saturday afternoon. Could have done with some nice cloud but unfortunately it was an almost clear sky.
Image uploaded to show the sorry state of the building.
This neglect by Hartlepool Council has been subject of many local newspapers recently and only too right.
May I stress this is a very sorry state and would not advise anybody to venture in as it has only become worse since this image was taken.
Camera: Sony SLT A65
Lens: Tamron 10-24mm @ 10mm
Exposure time: 0.8 Seconds
White Balance: Auto
Software: Adobe Photoshop CS2
Image © Copyright James Stubbs - No unauthorized use
This is a redux of another old picture; my Dad still had the original file on an old memory card.
This cheeky Squirrel checking me out in Tunstall park. Explore 392
Abraham Moon Yorkshire tweed jacket, Geoff Tunstall Swaledale shearling
Late afternoon light looking across the water from the boat house steps.
I had a short walk in beautiful Tunstall Forest this morning and did a quick sketch - coloured pencil and muted primaries in a pocket moleskine.
At the north end of the reservoir is an area which you can basically 'look at, but don't touch!'. It has been designated a nature reserve and contains a variety of habitats that supports a wide range of plant, animal and insect life.
my first portrait with new camera so just testing it out, not sure why back ground has gone like that, or if i should keep it like that?(i have changed crop since saying that)
KT Tunstall is a Grammy nominated vocalist/guitarist based out of Edinburgh, Scotland.
I've been waiting for the dark skies to return so I could go and get some shots from down next to Tunstall Reservoir in Weardale. The trees are up lit by the high beams on my car. Caught a nice bright meteor as well.
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On my way back from doing a workshop in Orford I stopped off at Tunstall Forest for a quick walk. I haven't done any ICM (intentional camera movement) shots like this for a while but there's something about silver birches that start the voices in my head saying 'blur me'.
Canon 5D MkII
Canon 24-105mm f4L @ 75mm
1/40 @ f/11.0
Heliopan 105mm CPL