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Well first off a big thanks to Pete for the recent awards, its very much appreciated and unexpected.
Thank you also to Chris Plumbe for the UA on Splashback, again to receive an award from someone of Chris's standing is a great honour.
Anyway back to today, this is a 617 Pano (true stitched pano) of the Forth Crossings, not easy as it was almost pitch black when I got this.
As its a pano it is better viewed large as the regular version invariably suffers from compression.
Good shot.well done.
Beautiful shot - well worth viewing large !
Marvellous shot, beautiful lighting and colours.
Has to be viewed large to appreciate it
i went across this at the weekend - this is a great shot
Very nice image. Looks fantastic in large version. Excellent capture.
Large is certainly special Nick, looks like the hatrick coming up. Can see this looking stunning as a large print as well
As good a shot as I've seen of that location - who needs the Golden Gate, eh?
Well worth going large Nick, for the details, good tones too.
I do like the little bursts of light at each side for the lamps.
Nicely stitched. Great image.
Stunning panorama Nick, never seen these two bridges in the same image. Wonderful colours, too.
Epic large...beautifully glued together pano
Better get some roll paper in to print this Nick, like it ,
Quote: get some roll paper
And not that from the little room either
Tried that Les & it made a mess of the rollers
A superb image.
THE BUSINESS!!!!!!! simples.
An excellent view-point, the large version is indeed superb Nick!
Very impressive... Dave
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