This is the last of the shots I took when I was up in Ingleton last weekend, and when I first looked at it I really liked it, but now I'm not so sure. Actually, I think a part of my uncertainty about this shot is as much to do with moving house in a couple of days time as it is anything to do with this shot; i.e. in much the same way as it's difficult to take photographs when stressed or distracted, it seems equally difficult to view them either objectively or appreciatively. Anyway, let me know what you think.

Oh, and rather than struggle to update chromasia next week (in the absence of time, any stacked shots, and an ADSL connection) I've asked a few people to step in as guest authors – starting from Tuesday. More details tomorrow.

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Canon G5
7.41pm on 9/7/04
f3.0
1/200
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+0.0
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50
28.8mm
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auto
minor
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