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Part of the Cosmeston medieval village built on the archaeological ruins of a real village at Cosmeston Nature reserve just outside Penarth in South Wales.
very high key and grainy but it works
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This image has eye watering punch, may prove to be a 'marmite' shot, but I like it.
For me this looks like a shot of 2 halves with the high key to the left and normal exposure to the right, which seems to makes the picture a bit disjointed. Would you be willing to try a small levels adjust to the grass on the right or perhaps dodge the highlights in the grass just to balance both sides of the shot. I do like the grainy effect it adds some texture to the shot overall.
you have some real nice images it is a shame you have not got more votes on some of them
Nice grainy shot, but agree that the shot looks disjointed.
Excellent !! This is a stunning photo !
I like the tonal range on this image, it accentuates all areas of the image.
Really nice detail in this well seen composition. Perhaps just a tad too contrasty, but still a very pleasing image
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