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Many thanks to everyone for your time to view and comment on my previous image. Taken on the road to Elgol Isle of Skye, on a very wet and windy day.
Refreshing viewpoint across Loch Slapin. I particularly like the composition & the suggestion of the movement because as you describe, it was rather windy.
The sky has nice texture so this should be a fine image indeed but it's the processing which disappoints me. I think this could be a fabulous wall hanger but it looks like it was made from several images either blended together or masked over each other.
I'd go back to a single frame and process it again for a more natural look cos I think this is a first class piece of work.
The rocks curve the eye towards the hill & then rest on the tree which has created tension by appearing to reach out of the frame. If it pointed the other way, the image would be imbalanced but this works to compensate for the rocks & hills to the left.
A first class classical landscape that if were mine, would benefit from revisiting the processing buttons.
As Graham says this is a very strong composition and this makes the image stand out. I agree the processing is a little heavy handed and sucks some of the "naturalness" out of the image and particularly flattens the contrast of the light on the distant hills. Well worth revisiting as this is very much worth the effort.
Graham and Fraser, my thanks to you both for your comments. I totally agree with you both, the processing was a bit OTT, I will submit a re-worked version and look forward to your valued comments. It is only with this type of comment that I can try to improve my standards of photography,my thanks to you both once again, Bill.
Outstanding bill, great mood to this.
Love this shot and recognise the location of this particular tree
Looks great as is Bill but I'll look forward to seeing the re-worked version.
Wow Bill, looks great to me, will also look forward to seeing a re-worked image, not quite sure how much better you could make it though
Wonderful composition and details, Superb.
good to see some real comments on here the tree is a cracker
One of the most difficult of trees to get at to photograph, it's tucked away with barbed wire fence and breeze block wall, both determined to keep it secret.
Perfect title for this beautiful landscape. krystal
Got to say this shot is a cracker well done.
Fantastic capture. Great composition. Love the foreground rocks leading the eye to that fabulous tree and the mountain range in the background.
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