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John in the hayfield.
Excellent Dan, like your treatment,
Like this a lot. Could have been created using charcoal. Lovely immaginative image. Peter.
Excellent processing, really looks hand drawn.
Wonderful processing, Dan, but I think it has made the Clydesdale look incredibly thin. His head looks way too big for his body Carol
Processed beautifully Danny - made my day.
No carol. This is the Northumbrian long headed thin species Especially bred for photographers with 10mm lens.. thank carol and yes its head does look big probably due to the lens and not the processing as the original looks the same.
Too much time on my hands this weekend is te basic problem.
Interesting read Carol's comment and your reply: excellent presentation than makes the image seem to belong to a different age, but good to realise that these animals are still working on the farm.
I do like the processing doing something different always stands out, maybe not to everyone's likes but to me it sure is, good capture.
Impressive processing Dan.
I like this a lot, it is very well worked, and for me has a wonderful artistic and rustic charm about it.
I admire the work, but this looks way too sad.
Not too sure about this, Dan. I feel they magnificent horses deserve to be seen in all their splendour, as in your previous images of them and John. Good to try something new, though!
An artistic impression.
Makes an impression on me Danny.
And do you have any plates that can make an impression
for Scottish Clydesdale £20 notes !!
Artful, like an old painting
I really like it Dan. Cathy
Different Danny but it works for me. One to hang on the wall.
An impressive impression, but once is rob ably enough my friend.
Quote: An impressive impression, but once is rob ably enough my friend.
Once a duke always a duke....once a knight ..dead at forty.
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