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A shot taken back in 2009 but given a slight re-work. Had this published as a double page spread in this months Practical Photography Magazine
Thanks for looking.
Beautiful image with great comp and superb detail.
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Nice work mate, congrats on the publication!
Stunning image - looks like the extra effort was worth it. Congrats on the magazine use too.
Can see why it was published, cracking shot Paul
A lovely shot of Watlowes and Ing Scar Paul, nice rework too!!!
Cheers for the comments folks, appreciated as always
great shot,love it
I've walked down there many a time and never seen it looking so good. Tremendous image and well done for getting up there at that time.
Top notch landscape composition......good to hear of your success in having had it published.
Thank you all, very good of you to take the time to comment, cheers
Great comp, wonderful light, lovely tones - a clear winner and well-deserving of a place of honour in Practical Photography Magazine.
lots of mood , well done
Thats a great point of view Paul ! and congratulations on your work being published.
Cheers Chaps, I'm pleased you like it
Also, many thanks to you Tel for the User Award, much appreciated.
A deserving winner, great image.
I would have quite easily walk pass this.
Very nice work.
Malcolm & Cole: Thanks for your time and comments, very kind of you.
Also, many thanks to you 'Atlas' for the User Award and to Pete for the HC, much appreciated
What a fantastic landscape, makes you want to walk down the widing path.Congratulations on the publication.
Fatastic work Paul. Great composition that takes you right through the image.
My congrat's for your publication Paul and for your HC, well deserved!
Is this hdr or a lot of dodge n burn, it's a cracking shot!
Great HDR love those tones.
Thanks again for the comments and clicks, always appreciated. For those that are bothered by these things, this is not HDR. I used ND grads and took several exposures, this is basically one shot with some bits around the grad line blended from another, also a fair bit of 'dodging' around to accentuate the light paths and a few other processes in Photoshop
I love HDR too
Great to meet you Paul, and this is a great image fair play.
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