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Found on the path to one of the beautiful Connemara beaches, gorgeous marram grass blowing in the wind with the dark and brooding Mweelrea mountain as a backdrop..
Thanks for looking
Very nice, loving the tones, gives a great mood to photo
lovely, love those textures in the grass and the mountain in the background and the well exposed sky.
A superb shot but just one critisism, the fence posts look a bit distracting to me is it possible to clone them out.
Just my personal opinion for what it's worth, other than that this really caught my eye from seeing the thumb nail view.
Wonderful compo, colour and motion! So well done and I love it!
Lovely light on the tops of the grasses. One can image the wind on that day. A lovely shot with a dramatic sky over the top of the mountain..............Sandy
Love the movement and light through the grasses..Mari...
Wonderful time spent on a gorgeous beach....!!!
Love the subtle green in the foreground grass Mari,it leads well to the green in the field.You certainly have a great photographic eye.
Wonderful contrast between the blowing grass and the dark mountains!
Fantastic grasses and moody mountains. Excellent.
You've captured 'wild and windswept' perfectly. I like the contrast in tones between the grass and sky.
It makes for great images Mari, but you do have to watch your hands on it. Love that sky, Wales & Scotland have quite a lot in common.
This has your trademark all over this,beautiful Mari.
You can almost feel the wind in the grasses , a wonderfull shot ,love it .
Love the tones and feeling of movement. The sky adds to the drama. Love it! Love Connemara!
Many thanks everyone
Ian, thanks for your views.... i'm afraid i'm a it of a purist and am very sparing with the clone tool in my pics. I did take a few further along where the fence didn't show, but I chose the one with the posts because it sort of broke up the background from the foreground, if you see what I mean. But still, its all in the eye of the beholder and i'm very grateful for your comments
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