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Last light in the Langdales - Cumbria

Last light in the Langdales - Cumbria


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  • A brilliant work Robert

    Posted by dennis rounding on Sun 13 Sep 20:27:05
  • Striking! This takes me back to my first ever trip here in 1954 on a school geography week. We camped at Stickle Tarn, got blown away in a gale and spent the week permanently saturated. Perhaps that is why I love this part of the world so much! The warm and cool foreground/background works well and I like your treatment of the sky and suggestion of cloud grazing the tops. Lucky student BTW!

    Posted by Michael Trask on Sun 13 Sep 21:51:34
  • Thank you for your comments Mike and Dennis. The Lakes would not be the same without the Langdales! Thanks for sharing your story. Such experiences maketh the man!

    Posted by Robert Dutton on Sun 13 Sep 22:33:02
  • Wow, Robert. Lost for words - except perhaps inspirational.

    Posted by John McCloskey on Mon 14 Sep 08:40:11
  • Beautiful

    Posted by Ruthy flet on Mon 14 Sep 08:58:32
  • Beautiful pastel marks, energetic to show drama of those lovely hills and mountains. The colours are magnificent Robert.

    Posted by Carole Swingler on Mon 14 Sep 10:04:23
  • Very dramatic work Robert and very good use of the pastel medium.

    Posted by Stephen Slater on Mon 14 Sep 11:16:05
  • A stunning painting Robert....I know the Langdale very well and you have portrayed the beauty of the Langdlale Pikes in all their beauty. Love the textures of the rocks and tones you have conveyed in this.

    Posted by Chandra Ward on Mon 14 Sep 18:09:23
  • Cooo.... excuse the infantile language, but it's just about all I can find to say: some pictures just leave you gaping at them wondering how the hell anyone is able to do anything like that....

    Posted by Robert Jones, N.A.P.A. on Mon 14 Sep 21:54:12
  • Great, Robert!

    Posted by jennifer Alsop on Mon 14 Sep 23:41:08