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Vers Tintagel 2

Posted by
Calusarus (Valence, France) on 4 May 2009 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

Lieu/Location : Tintagel (Cornouailles/Cornwall)

NIKON D300 1/8000 second F/4.5 ISO 640 46 mm

jean-pierre from romans, France

bonjour Fred . là a pieds ça va ! superbe décor . j'aime bien des chemins comme celui-ci . bonne journée . jean-pierre

4 May 2009 5:48am

@jean-pierre: Bonne soirée à toi

Jean-François from Les Issambres, France

fabuleux *******************

4 May 2009 5:52am

@Jean-François: Merci

dj.tigersprout from New York City, USA, United States

i would love to take a walk on this here path -- beautiful and what a view!!!

4 May 2009 5:57am

@dj.tigersprout: A marvellous place

JamesC from portland, United States

I would too, that's a fantastic trail and so much to see.

4 May 2009 6:13am

@JamesC: And maybe you'll see King Arthur himself…

Mathilde Collot from Fontainebleau, France

Une superbe composition en diagonale! J’aime beaucoup! Un grand mystère nous attend en haut de ce rocher!!

4 May 2009 6:16am

@Mathilde Collot: Arthur sera là… Enfin peut-être

Craig from Vacaville, California, United States

I would love to hike that path! It looks like interesting ruins ahead as well! Wonderful shot!

4 May 2009 6:21am

@Craig: Thanks a lot

jamesy from christchurch, New Zealand

brilliant just as I imagined it

4 May 2009 6:45am

@jamesy: :-)

Veronica from Bucharest, Romania

great landscape, and the presence of rocks, great ;)

4 May 2009 7:29am

@Veronica: Thanks a lot

Standley from Carquefou, France

Fabuleuse perspective avec ce sentier à flan de colline!

4 May 2009 7:49am

@Standley: Merci. Ca m'a beaucoup rappelé le Finistère.

Marie LC from Voiron, France

J'en ai quelques unes de Tintagel mais je n'arrive pas à les poster car je travaille par thème. Souvenirs que tu m'envoie là, merci.

4 May 2009 10:02am

@Marie LC: J'aimerais aussi voir tes photos de Tintagel, malgré tout

jeff (aka dogilicious) from Millerstown, PA, United States

Very beautiful scene. Nicely captured.

4 May 2009 12:01pm

@jeff (aka dogilicious): Thanks a lot

bluechameleon from Vancouver, Canada

Wow...amazing scene! Love the way the rocks just end at the skyline, and that you have included the ocean at the right of the frame.

4 May 2009 1:24pm

@bluechameleon: Many thanks

Lorraine from Gatineau, Canada

J'aimerais y etre, je suis sur que personne n'entendrais mon nom....;)

4 May 2009 1:54pm

@Lorraine: Très probablement

marc battault from clermont ferrand, France

qu'est ce que ce doit etre beau la haut !surement de beaux clichés a faire !
amitiés fred !

4 May 2009 3:19pm

@marc battault: Trop de vent, hélas. Le site était fermé

peter from new york, United States

wow! those stones look like they could very well be natural and part of the cliff but i'm assuming it was once a structure? great colors in this shot too : )

4 May 2009 3:23pm

@peter: It was a castle, the legend said it was the birth castle of King Arthur

isidro from Spain

gran captura !!

4 May 2009 3:34pm

@isidro: Gracias

Ana Lúcia from Leiria, Portugal

Beautiful landscape.

4 May 2009 4:16pm

@Ana Lúcia: Thanks a lot

Marie from FRESNES, France

joli paysage.

4 May 2009 5:52pm

@Marie: Merci Marie

Ronnie 2¢ from London, United Kingdom

Entering the magic kingdom . . very special landscape.

4 May 2009 5:54pm

@Ronnie 2¢: The magic kingdom. You're right

MedaM from Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

I like the perspective and the composition on this photo. It would be interesting to know what once those old and ruined stone walls were for. It looks like some old castle or fort. I think that the view from up there is beautiful.

4 May 2009 7:42pm

@MedaM: Tintagel is said to be the birth place of King Arthur

Gérard from France

Quelle vue de la-haut, un peu comme la Corse où je serais dans 15 jours

4 May 2009 7:50pm

@Gérard: Bonne ballade !

om from Afghanistan

Beautiful spot. a place to be.

4 May 2009 8:44pm

@om: You're right

sherri from Little Rock, Arkansas, United States

Looks like a person could walk off into oblivion. Lovely scene.

4 May 2009 10:22pm

@sherri: Thank you Sherri

martie from somewhere, United States

Beautiful scene!

5 May 2009 12:30am

@martie: Many thanks

One from Açores, Portugal

A very beautiful way that I like to go. Nice capture !

5 May 2009 4:21am

@One: Thank you very much

Ravi from Bangalore, India

Beautiful shot. Nice rocks and those yellow tiny flowers on green grass spread looks so good.

5 May 2009 6:45am

@Ravi: Many thanks

zanfifotos from Pignans, France

un chemin pour les cabris, attention où on met les pieds

6 May 2009 4:39am

@zanfifotos: C'est plutôt escarpé, tu l'as remarqué

Cath from Saint Jean de Maurienne, France

et le chemin qui court nous emmène sur la cr^te pour voir ce qu'il y a de l'autre coté...

27 May 2009 9:00pm

@Cath: Le reste des ruines du château…

1/8000 second
ISO 640
46 mm