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Photographed while leading a workshop for the Peak District NP Authority a couple of years ago.
a pleasure to view
You chose not to increase contrast and saturation to unreal heights. I love these verdant scenes, so common in the US Appalachian Mountains.
No need to increase contrast and saturation when you capture the scene as it was at the right time of day and under the right weather conditions. Geoff
Possibly one of the best Padley shots I have seen in ages
It is the depth that makes it for me
I was attempting to show my workshop
Participants how to blur flowing water and using a tilt and shift lens is difficult better off with standard wide-angle.
Thanks to everyone else who has taken the trouble and to comment.
Warmest regards from Mijas (Spain)
Very nice Geoff
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