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A lump of bog wood i last featured a couple of years ago as a Yule log, high up on the bog on Killymasney hill above letterkenny
All comments and critique welcome as always
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great shot,like the sky
This is really nice Tooth.
That log is a great f/g point and those bog-cotton plants - wow, I could only find a few back over here, but you've got loads there. Finally, that is a classy sky, almost slow motion
Like the texture of the foreground detail.
like the title!lol!brilliant shot
I like the way you used the bog wood for foreground. It is hard to imagine now how all our bogland used to be covered in forest all those many centuries ago.
This is a very lovely shot. From the thumb i thought that the log was an animal. On closer inspection, i can still see the shape of a donkeys head in the log. Maybe thats just be being wierd!
I really like the way you can see far into the distance into the mist, it gives it a more dreamy look when overall i think it is quite an abstract shot. The colours of the grass are very beautiful.
The patch of yellow on the left side of the image is a little distracting but thats not your fault my dear!
Overall i think it's a great photo! Good work!
The colours in the sky look great but all we see is a big log right in the front of the frame
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