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Bellever Forest, Dartmoor, Devon, England by Gregg Cashmore

I was on a recent trip to Bellever Forest on Dartmoor with friend and photographer Carl Pavitt. The plan was to capture some misty tree shots but there wasn't much mist around. Instead, we ended up shooting the early morning sun hitting the tree's.

The light was fantastic and managed to grab two or three shots we are happy with. This old dry stone wall covered in bright green moss caught my attention and made a perfect subject for some foreground interest that leads you straight towards the light.

Camera Canon 5DS R
Lens Canon 24-70mm f/2.8L
Aperture f/9
S/S 1/2sec
ISO 100
Additional Notes Kase Filters CPLVanguard Alta Pro 2 Tripod
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Gregg Cashmore

I am a photographer from Devon who runs photography workshops all around the UK. Recent photography trips have included the beautiful locations of The Lake District, Scotland, Iceland, Snowdonia, Dorset, Devon and Cornwall. I am also a Kase Filters Distributor.  

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