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Old 28-01-18
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Fulbeck Hall

Winter Aconites and Snowdrops beside Fulbeck Hall driveway, Lincolnshire.

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Nikon P900 at 24mm

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Re: Fulbeck Hall

Ah ! Spring is upon us.

Really like the low level perspective of this.

The image is pin sharp from the flora in front, to the Hall in the distance.

Did you get wet knees taking this ?
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Re: Fulbeck Hall

Thanks Garry, no wet knees the camera has a fully articulating screen, which one of the attractions as I like to use a low viewpoint for landscape and macro/close-up.
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Re: Fulbeck Hall

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Winter Aconites and Snowdrops beside Fulbeck Hall driveway, Lincolnshire.

DSCN1910 by DAVID MORISON, on Flickr

Nikon P900 at 24mm

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Mmm, I'm rather jealous of this pic - so much to like especially the colours.

Thanks for posting it.

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Re: Fulbeck Hall

Spectacular composition. Excellent detail and color.

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