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Plenty of water in Loch Lomond partially submerging the pier at Tarbet.
Actually the angle I took the pier at really annoys me now as it is at odds with the mist layers I reckon, still I quite like the misty strands and tones if nowt else...
no I like it, sometimes perpendicular angles work just as well as everything in the same plane? Anyway I like it!
Cor! Spiffy! etc
I don't think that at all John. This is a great image and I also like the strands of mist. Another point I like is the reflections of the submerged blocks of wood on the pier.
fantastic image,and that title is just inspired! ,perfect as it is,
What a beautiful image - wonderful !
Like the mist and morning tones in this John - good work.
A thoughtful composition, like the pier just filling the bottom of the frame then tapering in. Not sure what you mean about the angle - do you mean it's pointing to where the mists peter out rather than where they become thicker?
bundles of atmosphere, cracking take John
Hi Ally, I think the angle of the pier makes the image lobsided especially if compared against the horizontalish layers of mists, my reason for using this angle was to get the bottom right area filled with the bollard but I'm wondering if a straight shot down the jetty would have been better?
Bootiful image John
What a superb image. I like the partly submerged jetty giving that little bit extra dimension and the layers of mist are phenomenal.
Its a fabulous image but the pier angle is a bit distracting - looks a bit like it was in the process of sinking on the left side. H...! maybe it was. A
Very well captured image!!! Really like it. Well done.
Quote: Hi Ally, I think the angle of the pier makes the image lobsided especially if compared against the horizontalish layers of mists, my reason for using this angle was to get the bottom right area filled with the bollard but I'm wondering if a straight shot down the jetty would have been better?
I think the straight on angle would have worked well but so does this John. Its a beautiful image particularly the part submerged jetty and the reflections on its furface.
Thanks all for the appreciation of of this one, it gives me confidence.
and for the award Mark, cheers.
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