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I had envisaged a colourful sunset, looking towards the Fylde Coast from the hilly terrain of Wycoller, Lancashire, with the Wycoller Atom in the foreground. The sky was bland when the sun virtually disappeared. Thankfully the afterglow gave a pattern of dramatic light, which painted the edges of the atom. Using both a graduated filter and an ND filter to create a longer exposure, a mono rendition worked best in post-production: accentuating the drama of the fading light. The Wycoller Atom is one of the Lancashire Panopticons, erected around the millennium
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