That day I left Bracelet Bay before midday and moved onto Yorkshire Dales. During the entire travel there were impressive clouds above me - sometimes with sun, sometimes with rain. I was in fear not to have similar clouds when I'll start taking photographs but then I arrived the foot of the hill in late afternoon and the sky was still cloudy. I started hiking up and was fascinated by that kind of landscape
- like in imagination of the United Kingdom but many times better: Green hills divided by stone wall and little forests, far away villages, shafts of sunlight through the clouds and sometimes the sound of sheep mowing. I arrived limestone pavement out of puff and started to photograph – firstly not satisfied because of my composition but past taken "Winds From Untold Memories
" I calmed down and found rest with time. Truly amazed by this area and its charm. I certainly know that this photograph can never carry the whole sensation including the feeling of the wind on your skin or your own mood and thoughts but I hope you enjoy it anyway. Later, when the sky was at its best, I was sated and stopped taking photographs to enjoy the scenery. There was nothing to say except "Thank you". So if you're interested in having a look at the sky then here are four screenshots
(taken from a short-video I originally have taken with destination to share my thoughts to someone and perhaps to speak some German words ).
The title is in dedication to the movie with his exceeding tree and especially to the soundtrack made by Clint Mansell – one of my favorite composer.
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