Dunstanburgh Castle stands on a headland on the coast of Northumberland between the villages of Craster and Embleton. The headland is part of a geological formation known as the Great Whin Sill. Construction of the castle began in 1313 by Earl Thomas of Lancaster and later improved by John of Gaunt. The structure was damaged during the Wars of the Roses and fell into decay. It was painted by Turner on many occasions.
Camera Make: Canon Model: Canon EOS 7D
Exposure Program: Aperture Priority, Focal length: 34 mm, Aperture: f 6.3, ISO: 100, Exposure time: 1/250 sec, Metering Mode: Center Weighted Average, Exposure Bias: -0.33333333333333 EV
Date/Time Creation: May 10, 2013, 9:02 am
ImageID:1176199, Image size: 2373 x 1773 pixels
Fantastic shot David , wonderful lighiting , great sky
A lovely picture of this Castle ruins, a good info
Lovely capture David great lighgting
Excellent shot David with a good sky
What a splendid shot David, composition, lighting and colour, detail and text- they are all there.
A great shot David
Wonderful landscape shot David well done. How do you know when I post a new image please? As I would like to follow yours and a few others posts to this site, thanks.
beautiful image david lovely light,colour and composition
Nice colorful capture David of this castle ruin. The boost to the colors reminds me of velvia film.
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