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11/03/2011 - 5:37 PM
15/11/2008 - 7:14 PM
I am not a fan of this composition due to the tree bisecting the mountain - but in this case the composition does work well with the light on the mountain - too many images have a black mountain due to over-gradding. What lets the image down a touch is the blown out sky top left as well as another tree breaking the horizon line left of frame and I wonder if a 10x8 crop to lose the left of frame which is blown out would strengthen the image. As others a great range of tones and the tree cutting the mountain cannot be helped from this viewpoint so all in all one of the best I have seen (with the crop) due to the superb lighting on the mountain. Cheers, Martin