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Yesterday's View

This is a view from yesterday's walk at Rochmarshall Woods, looking across to Trumpet Hill and Dundalk in the distance.
I've decided not to be obsessive about posting a fresh image every day, especially this time of year. I was woken from my slumbers this morning by my husband telling me that there had been a power failure the night. No electricity meant no central heating, no light and worse still, no boiling water for tea. As I stumbled around in the semi-darkness I forgot to put a camera in my bag before going to work. By the time I got home, it was dull and overcast, although the wind had dropped somewhat.

Nikon D7000
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John Reynolds04-Jan-2012 13:32
A wonderful view. Lovely light. V.
Patricia Kay04-Jan-2012 13:18
Gorgeous image with such lovely light Mairead...Hope your electricity is full on now...we have a gas ring and bottle kept in the garage for when out electric goes off...Its a godsend as who wants to do without the essential cuppa?...A Happy and Healthy New Year to you and your family...BV
Neal Nye04-Jan-2012 12:17
A marvelous sense of depth and distance. Such a beautiful scene with the sun shining through the clouds.
Betty Vlasiu04-Jan-2012 10:24
Awesome color and light.
Yvonne04-Jan-2012 09:53
Magical lighting, so lovely! v
Sheila04-Jan-2012 05:13
That is a cracking shot. What a stunning landscape and view.
The light in the first 2 really reminds me of Constable paintings.
Dawn04-Jan-2012 04:04
Beautiful clouds and light on the green countryside. Very nice composition with the big, old tree.
Alan K04-Jan-2012 03:54
Some more of that chilly mid-winter Irish light. It makes you want to rug up and find a nice warm cup of coffee.
(Well, it would THERE, not so much HERE since as I type this it's in the mid 30's with the humidity of a Turkish bath outside today, but even then the image still has a coolness about it.)
That's unless you're a golden Lab in which case your interest isn't in the light but rather how long you have to wait before you can get on with your walkies.
Carl Carbone04-Jan-2012 03:06
An exceptionally nice shot of the amazingly beautiful countryside. We'll forgive you - THIS time! ;-)
exzim04-Jan-2012 00:45
Absolutely wonderful landscape shot.
Stephanie04-Jan-2012 00:27
Gorgeous images Mairead! :) V
soulis04-Jan-2012 00:21
Beautiful shots. V.
Brian Samuel04-Jan-2012 00:08
Fantastic views, I like the names too. There must be a story behind Trumpet Hill.
lou_rozensteins03-Jan-2012 23:51
It's a beautiful view!
pkocinski03-Jan-2012 22:57
LOL - the worst part was no boiling water for tea :-)
Karen Stuebing03-Jan-2012 22:45
What lovely rolling countryside! The colors are fabulous and it just goes on and on. V.
Colin Storey03-Jan-2012 22:08
Great view of yesterday with fantastic light. v
tinkerb03-Jan-2012 22:03
At first I thought I don't like that tree there - but it works well giving a sense of scale to the countryside
Johnny JAG03-Jan-2012 22:03
Wonderful landscape, amazing light.
LynnH03-Jan-2012 21:43
That tree in the foreground has a surreal presence in this landscape! I love the green contours and golden tones too! V
Ann...03-Jan-2012 21:19
This large tree makes the surrounding countryside look a little like Lilliput.
christopheru03-Jan-2012 20:58
And Jack climbed up the beanstock... Neat picture. Voted.
John King03-Jan-2012 20:57
What perfect light in this superbly composed landscape! I could enjoy looking at this image for a long time. V++
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