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One again from yesterday.
One of them times the light was on the other side of the Clyde but one does his best
All the Best, Tommy
Great composition and light love the fg detail and sky
Excellent comp and detail, the colours in the sky are stunning
fantastic shot, love the detail and colours
What a sky - great image
Putting the lighthouse so close to the edge of the frame shouldn't work but it sure does. Great shot that breaks the 'rules'
Lovely shot with great detail.
lovely image, love the great detail
what a stunning piece of work Tommy
Stunning capture, lovely mood.
I hate to think what you could do with some good light! Cracking shot.
love the clouds and colours....
In an ideal world for me the light I had on the background would have been ideal in the foreground but alas the big stinking cloud off camera to the left stopped the light hitting :-( But as I said, got to make do with what you get and make the best of it...
Im just waiting for someone though to say crop the sky lol... Pet hate for me in club comps is people wanting to crop skies, I like em big and with interest but alas I think Im in the minority.
All the best, Tommy
PS thanks for taking the time to view and comment, its appreciated.
Beautiful textures and foreground detail light exposure and composition.
Superbly exposed shot,grreat detail.
Excellent sky and detail
I really like this shot of the Cloch,i think it's even better than the last one and i loved that one. I love how those clouds just seem to float and sit on top of the Cloch and the light fits itself around them. Wonderful and the texture of the rocks are something special.take care,Ann
Great shot from The Cloch Tommy. Nowt wrong with a big sky.
Nice work Tommy,
This looks more natural Tommy, nice work, the sun really worked for you even on the other side.
All the very best
I know what you mean about skies, and that is a super foreground too. The issue I think is that the horizon becomes too central, so maybe an even lower viewpoint giving more sky and less foreground?
Who knows, I like the image, and it has been well worked despite the light issues you mentioned.
Really love the sky, magical
Fabulous sky Tommy well captured.
love the sky in this shot Tommy.
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