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11thearlofmar's Gallery Comments

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Eye Of The Storm by MarkVMueller

Eye Of The Storm

Looks like the view from our back garden in stormy Yorkshire. Well the sky anyway, there's a distinct lack of wildebeest, just next door's cat.
Pure drama - love it

Alan

By: MarkVMueller

Bonnet by photodoktor

Bonnet

Great Candid, good spot. This colourful individual must have stood out amongst the black clad goth attire.

Alan

By: photodoktor

Within The Transporter Bridge. by steve_r

Within The Transporter Bridge.

I thought this was dismantled in Auf Weidersehen Pet 3 and shipped to America!! Or was that not a documentary.
Yup - large is a must

Alan

By: steve_r

Huntcliff Sunrise by mrfields

Huntcliff Sunrise

Like this. It might make a worthwhile panorama too, cropped in half or maybe just leaving the too rocks on the right.

Alan

By: mrfields

Loch Earn by PaulHolloway

Loch Earn

When is a jetty not a jetty? No planks. It still leads the eye though. A nice subtle backgound.

Alan

By: PaulHolloway

Still among the dead by mrswoolybill

Still among the dead

V1 for me too. Definately a mono candidate. Super use of 'depth of field'.

Alan

By: mrswoolybill

Winter Scene by daweska

Winter Scene

Less is definately more here. Like it

Alan

By: daweska

Fairy  Glen by proberts

Fairy Glen

Works for me. You have used HDR well - I must have a try at this sometime.

Alan

By: proberts

Blue skies at last by Nettles

Blue skies at last

My kind of shot. I await news of the action level.

Alan

By: Nettles

Heading into the Light by MrsS

Heading into the Light

Sharp as a pin and nicely exposed despite the backlighting

Like it

Alan

By: MrsS

Being Frank ... by sut68

Being Frank ...

Sounds like quite a character, and nicely frozen the moment.

Alan

By: sut68

Hole in the Sky by ade_mcfade

Hole in the Sky

I like the pov and a tricky exposure.

Alan

By: ade_mcfade

Ribble Light by jeanie

Ribble Light

B&W works beatifully here. Nicely done.

Alan

By: jeanie

Elgol by PaulHolloway

Elgol

Definately worth the risk of a soaking. I agree with Jeanie, super drama

Alan

By: PaulHolloway

Bleascape by MalcolmS

Bleascape

A cracker this one - great composition

Alan

By: MalcolmS

Final Cast by 11thearlofmar

Final Cast

Thanks Fletcher8. I had a .6 then .3 ND Grad on as the sun was setting. Then it disappeared behind the hills and lit up the clouds, so no filters here for this one. I've just lightened the foreground a little in CS3.

By: 11thearlofmar

Bun in the Sun by MalcolmS

Bun in the Sun

I've been a few times for dawn, but the clouds seem to follow me around. Fantastic light and perfectly captured.

Love it

Alan

By: MalcolmS

two jollys by snapperbryan06

two jollys

They're Moseley shirts aren't they. Hmm Possibly the worst photograph I have ever seen !!!

Leeds Fan here so my judgement of the image cannot be trusted to be entirely unbiased. Wink

Click anyway.

Alan

By: snapperbryan06

Gazing upward by helenlinda

Gazing upward

I bet you enjoyed playing with that. Not something I would do but I appreciate the results of those who do. Good stuff

By: helenlinda

The Tree by deavilin

The Tree

Who do you think you are? Sorry, not aimed at you Deavilin, just reminded me of the signature image used in the family history TV programme and on the books etc.

Great reflections

Alan

By: deavilin

Painting in the Shade by Briwooly

Painting in the Shade

That texture of the floor looks grea, contrasting well with the bright colours. Yup, like it.

By: Briwooly

Pier at Viarregio by PaulMitchell

Pier at Viarregio

I like the sweeping lines and the shadow adds to them nicely

By: PaulMitchell

Aix-en-Provence by mrswoolybill

Aix-en-Provence

Door lovers of the world unite - I've one or 2 in the pipeline ti upload from Vienna. Super as always

Alan

By: mrswoolybill

Tackle by samfurlong

Tackle

Superb action shot. That's some lens. Thats Lee Mears though not Mark Cueto. There must have been plenty of chances to get Jamie Roberts and Joe Worsley in the same image.

Alan

By: samfurlong

No Snow Here !!! by Scott_Scot

No Snow Here !!!

'Nice wee sunset' - understatement of the decade. Fantastic stuff

Alan

By: Scott_Scot

Learning II by ChrisStyles

Learning II

Classy Image - good work.

Alan

By: ChrisStyles

Alnmouth Cross by john short

Alnmouth Cross

Yeah, composition is everything here. Good job

Alan

By: john short

Level Crossing by RogBrown

Level Crossing

Large version is a must, superbly done.

Alan

By: RogBrown

A Face in a Million (perhaps several Million) by John_Frid

A Face in a Million (perhaps several Million)

Welcome back, and what an image to announce your return. Oozes character that face, even if he is posing

Alan

By: John_Frid

perfect sand by Guillaume

perfect sand

Wonderful depth and shapes. Like it

Alan

By: Guillaume