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Another shot from Dunstanburgh castle on a not so sunny late afternoon.....thank you for the great response to the last upload
What an amazing capture...excellent work
Superb !!.....dramatic composition & top quality !!!
Rugged giving a spence of strength and power crowned with those radiating clouds... Superb Jeremy.
Thanks Keith and Mark , appreciate it
The cloud movement gives that mystical feel again, Jeremy.
Superb image, a much photographed location yet you have managed a different & very pleasing viewpoint.
Thanks Dave and Jon
Fantastic landscape and POV
Love the low position and the whole image being in focus. and beautiful movement in the clouds.
A lovely image.
Spectacular detail in the f/g rocks and excellent sky results from long Exposure.
Amazing details, tone and composition! Brilliant!
Wonderful light control and excellent processing..
fabulous! Congrats on the EC
A stunner Jeremy! Well worth the EC. The odd one out boulder with its green seaweed makes such an effective FG and echoes the green hill too. The castle tower as ever makes an effective distant FP while the long exposure simplifies and dramatises the sky and the comp. Really good control of the exposure so as not to under expose the hill and castle and your front to back sharpness is exemplary!
Thanks everyone especially Pete and Al for your awards... I'm over the moon
Wonderful image Jeremy and big congrats on the well deserved Editors Choice!
The low angle gives lots of impact to this shot Jeremy. The cloud movement behind the castle is very nice as well. Well done on the awards.
Got to love those rocks mate, your images from that d800 and lens combo are stunning......great work.
Thanks Steve , Derek and Paul...appreciate it
love the way the light is radiating from behind Dunstanburgh,wonderful
Excellent composition once again, jeremy. Congrats on the EC
Special with that detailed foreground taking the lead.
You look a long way out here - and from what I remember of those bloody rocks I bet you damn near broke your leg to get this. Still its a cracking long exposure - I assume with a 10 stop ND?
Thank you everyone ... It was low tide at this point Adam , I think I was a Canadian log roller in a previous life as my balance is my best attribute ... If memory serves I used a lee .6 hard grad with the lee big stopper, I got lucky with the direction of cloud movement , thanks again
Brilliant..a fantastic image, that has everything
This is just superb!
Very nice indeed and I think it should have had more awards. Thank you for your votes on my two pictures. Nev
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