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Pathway to happiness.

Pathway to happiness.
Copyright ©2006, Steve Elliott
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This flagged pathway is situated at Back Tor in the Peak District Derbyshire, it requires over an hours hard slog over open moor land to get to, the stone post is the access point and once on the path you can follow it for several miles in either direction, you can?t help admiring the effort that must have gone into laying it and the kind of weather conditions the people must have gone through whilst doing it, it was cold, drizzling and blowing a gale while I was up there but consider it to be 4 hours and 1/40th sec of time well spent.

Photographer: Steve Elliott
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Uploaded: 08-Nov-2006 14:14 CET
Current Rating: 8.50/2
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Camera: Olympus E300
Exposure time: 1/40
Aperture: f11
Focal length: 24mm
Lens: 11-22mm F2.8-3.5
Focusing method: iESP
ISO: 100
White balance: Clouds
Flash: no
Image format: RAW
Processing applied: Converted to Tiff, levels, sharpened and saved for web in CS2
Various: 0.6 Graduated ND filter used.
Image resized to: 638x851

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Is there anything you won't do to get a great shot?

Kiffin Miller at 06:19 CET on 09-Nov-2006 [Reply]


Kiffin Miller wrote:
> Is there anything you won't do to get a great shot?

Thanks Kiffin, its a wild but wonderful place up here and well worth the effort getting there.

Steve Elliott at 00:04 CET on 10-Nov-2006 [Reply]


Beautiful shot Steve !!... I can understand your happiness !! if you feel well, then you don?t mind if the sky looks threatening and stormy :). Best regards, Ricardo

Ricardo Rico at 01:49 CET on 11-Nov-2006 [Reply]

Pathway to Happiness


Great work, keep it up!


Peter French at 15:49 CET on 12-Nov-2006 [Reply]


Thanks Ricardo and Peter, this is a great place for photography it can be very wild up here.
Cheers Steve

Steve Elliott at 08:16 CET on 13-Nov-2006 [Reply]