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Taken Easter past while on a 1,500mile trip around Ireland.After great difficulty finding this place, well what can i say, it was well worth it. The dog was so friendly i could not leave the little fellow out him.Weather was not that kind, a lot of cloud and rain.Hope you like it.

Camera:Nikon D3000 Check out Nikon Nation!
Lens:18-55mm
Recording media:JPEG (digital)
Title:Father Ted's house
Username:diamondgeaser diamondgeaser
Uploaded:3 Nov 2010 - 11:57 AM
Tags:Craggy island, Humour / fun, Landscape / travel, West ireland.
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PatrickElsender
PatrickElsender e2 Member 569 forum postsPatrickElsender vcard Germany
3 Nov 2010 - 1:36 PM

I like this shot very much. The dog reminds of a print I saw somewhere "Waiting for his master"
A good capture, well done.
Patrick

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diamondgeaser

Thanks Patrick, im glad you like it. JIM.

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Andrew_Hurley

Because of the angle you have taken this photo, it's in the landscape class (rather than an architectural type shot) and in landscape photography, light is important, very important.

As I recall the sun did come out and shine on Ted Crilley's house for a few minutes and that was the time to press the shutter. OK the dog may not have been there but the light would have been much better. As it is, I would be tempted to crop the sky to just above the chimney and turn it into a panoramic. Without Photoshop it is difficult to do anything major to your photos without decent digital imaging software.

Don't be discouraged if some of your images don't receive a lot of votes or comments, there are 1.5 million photos on this site and it's not possible for every one to receive lots of comments. Just keep adding photos, trying different subject matter each time and take on board the comments people do make.

Remember you do have the option of the Critique Gallery (when you upload, click on Critique wanted); you won't receive votes but you may receive more comments which is what you need right now. Just a thought!

Good luck with your next upload!

Andrew.

Last Modified By Andrew_Hurley at 4 Nov 2010 - 2:00 PM

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diamondgeaser

Thanks Andrew, for your votes and comments today. I found them very encouraging. I guess Photoshop is a must, I,ll get there. Thanks again mate....JIM.

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BettyFlashlight

great i have seen all the series here in Germany on Father Ted great series about those irish priests i still watch it sometimes on DVD love it ju

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