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The original shot was captured high up on the Quantock Hills in Somerset, and this was blended with a 'burning sky'...
Very effective manipulation!
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Superb and very atmospheric Dave.Excellent work and very original.
and effective it is, even stands out so well in the thumbnail view dave
very nice work
Good work Dave. I love the gradient of the sky.
You have created a fine image here Dave full of vivid colours. I think the fencing between the trees look like spiders webs.
love the colours & the way if sort of flows up from the bottom... or is that just me? lol
like it anyway
WOW, like this a lot.
Fairy-tale silhouettes and a burning sky. Just begs for a silhouetted witch or some such other creature of the night. I really like this Dave, both as an atmospheric piece in it's own right, and also as the basis of a more fanciful composite.
wot colours well done .mart
stunning work dave
awesome....very well manipulated
I am most grateful for all the kind and very supportive comments, and pleased that my efforts have gone down well, cheers...
Very effective result..
This is a real stunner!
Really does burn. Splendid creation.
Thanks to Bernie, Ty & Phil for their very kind comments...
This is just superb. The shapes along the bottom make an excellent picture on their own but with the added drama in the sky it's truly magnificent.
Who said sunsets were boring? this is one out of the top drawer. Well done!!
Thanks for the very kind comments Albert & Eric, much appreciated...
great impact from this one.
Davvero ardente! Well caught
Thanks to Di & Matt for the additional comments, cheers you two...
Glorious Dave..delighted to give you your "Readers Digest" click!
A shot with great impact, Dave. Stunning colour.
Many thanks for the kind comments, Leo & Dave...
This reminds me of the images used in the Joan Aitken stories by Jan Pienkowski from when I was a child (not Meg & Mog!!)
Thanks again Ben, I had a look at the link you provided, and I see what you mean. I certainly wasn't aware of the stories. Cheers...
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