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Grab shot from the path along the eastern side of Derwentwater in the English Lake District. I couldn't resist it, just as I couldn't resist a sepia version for good measure!
185mm, 1/250th sec. @ f5.6, ISO 200.
Nice framing, V1 my favourite Bill,
Splendid framing--- I am wondering how this would look without the white strokes-- ???
I was thinking the same as Jenn as those lines when using a black background are a bit harsh.
A great shot with perfect exposure.
Sepia version is nice, - odd how pictures of people walking away into the light are so engaging...
Love the sepia version, Bill.
A perfect example of photography skills Bill. Excellent work.
V1 for it's beautiful colour. Love the framing used here. Super.
I Dont blame you too good of an oppertunity to miss nicely captured Bill,
excellent use of a natural frame, and an engaging shot as always Bill
Nicely framed by the natural greenery, the colour wins hands down Bill.
Good Morning all (Part 2) Thanks for comments and votes from the night shift - just time for a rapid upload of white-frame-less Version 3 by popular request. Must dash out now, busy day ahead and gigging tonight. Normal service etc etc etc
V1 for me. Tranquil scene, well captured.
very well captured.cant make up my mind about which one, cos all three are eually good, but i think i am voting for V2
A landscape that needs people. Well observed and captured.
A classic Bill.
I prefer #1. Good lighting and composition
Actually Bill, I like all 3
All three are great, romantic type images even with three people Bill..
i think they are great i cant make my mind up between the colour and the sepia i really like both
Like the framing and lighting in these Bill - all 3 work well for me.
Perfect framing, magnetic thumbnail
Version 3 without the border is my favourite, closely followed by the sepia version.
Three different and varied images of the same subject.
hard to resist a grab shot like this, I know that full well. I like how V2 brings out detail in the shadows but at the same time it takes away some of the mystery. I lean towars the color verion and odd as it seems to me, I like it more without the stroke.
Lovely images, I'm not a big fan of sepia, but that really works.
excellent in all 3...
Torn between V1 and V2, think i am leaning towards v2....Yes...Lovely image...
the sepia is wonderful Bill but so is the colour and comp'
brilliant shot, love the trees framing this, very well composed
Version2 for me, excellent capture
Lovely shot Bill.
no 3, but toning is so nice in no 2...
still remember a similar photo with Mrs Woolyvill walking away...
Definately V3 for me Bill.
Looks fantastic without the frame, it just moulds into the background.
Version 1 for me, walked down there with the dogs a few times
v3, as I find that white line a distraction.
Nicely framed by the trees
Beautiful natural framing. The sepia version brings out a nice quality to the light.
I like the lighting so number 2 for me.
V1 for me please, it just has to have the colour, great grab shot Bill.
V3 for me today, the spot light on the walkers,
Doug------Nice light the meter worked well
Great shot Bill; do like the composition with the tunnel and prefer #3 blending with the background
An excellent candid Bill, I really like the composition and the framing.
Lovely shot Bill. I like the sepia version to.
Love the framing Bill.V1 for me.
Does an excellent job of running oneís eye into a picture this gent, loved that light running down the wet cobbled street in the past Bill - and this shot also works extremely well for me. Confront us humans with some light at the end of the tunnel and thatís where our viewing eye will go. Works a real treat for me and you have also captured the magical number of three (the little dog is a bonus). Enjoyed this a bundle, well spotted and a pleasure to view.
Reminds me of the time when our kids were still kids, every time when we passed through such a shady place they started chanting: II: We are in a tunnel... :II endlessly. Obviously they are not the only ones with that thought.
Lovely tranquil scene. All versions are equally good in my opinion. John
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