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A couple of really nice images there Denis, hard to pick a favourite.

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I fully agree with Rye - two very nice images and hard to pick a winner.

Used to visit Wycoller quite often for a little ramble in the hills - not been for a few years now.

Korky

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Were these taken with the wide angle Tokina lens you have?

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Yes Geoff,

Love that lens :)

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It's a damn fine lens from what I've seen, seriously thinking about getting one myself - Canon fit obviously....

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Two Bridges, again shot with the Tokina 11-16 IF DXII

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And the last bridge..also with the Tokina..

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Used to have that lens when I had my Nikon D7100.  It is a fine lens and at the time was reviewed as better (but much less expensive ) than it's Nikkor equivalent.  Four nice images but I like the last two of the bridges the most.  

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Another couple of excellent shots Denis, always interesting to see how someone else sees something that you know so well.

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Wow Denis ....some  cracking images ... and the bridge ones are  super duper ... it looks quite magical there.

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Very nice, all four of them Denis. Love shots like these because we simply do not get to see places like that!

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Beautiful photos of a beautiful place. The last one of the bridge from underneath is my favourite. 

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All really good images.  I actually prefer the second one.

 

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