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Lyme Park, Cheshire, England

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    On the edge of the Peak District, nestling within sweeping moorland, Lyme Park is a magnificent estate. Its wild remoteness and powerful beauty contrast with one of the most famous country-house images in England – the backdrop to where Darcy meets Elizabeth in Pride and Prejudice.

    I only managed to grab a few shots today as I had my suffering family in tow, and then it started raining.

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    Lovely series, Rich!

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    Great series, love the mood. It is emphazised by
    I only managed to grab a few shots today as I had my suffering family in tow, and then it started raining.
    for which I have great appreciation.
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    wow! these are fabulous! just fabulous. moody, brooding and dark, just like Mr. D'Arcy!
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    Very nice Richard. As the others said ... moody. I like that POV in the 3rd shot.

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    Haunting.
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    Thanks for your comments everyone

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    really nice set Richard!
    Shot 2 is my fave here based on the moody lighting and the lines.
    Shot 1, I also like, but the sucker is sloping way left to my eye.
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    excellent series, nicely composed and interesting pp
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    Wonderful set. You've certainly captured the mood of the day. Well done!
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