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Eponymous title for lack of imagination on my part; too many early rises this week for the light methinks!
The square crop is very effective Al , great image i find your title rather obscure though
its good Al, but not as effective as your last upload, still a wonderful image and one to treasure
i love the tranquility the shot conveys and the square crop goes well with the images simplicity and comp
Some good tones and bands but never have three rocks been so important to an image!
Yep, those rocks rock
I like the framing you have chosen for it and teh positioning of the various elements in it.
could you please tell us if you have used any filter for it?
I know it was early but teh scenery looks bright for a 71 seconds exposure, even at iso100 and f/11.
Thanking you in advance.
This is beautiful ! A great image Al
Thanks Kathryn, Rod, Mark, Jeremy, Dave, Alun, Pablo and Herman
Pablo, I used a 10 stop filter with an ND grad stacked on top.
Thanks for clarifying
The triangle of rocks works well.
Great example of where a square format really works with a landscape Alan. A beautiful scene.
Excellent placement of the rocks in the composition. I like the sky (noted the use of the 10 Stop) but I may have been tempted to darken the top which would balance the image a little better.
Thanks Derek, I really appreciate your formative comments I see what you mean about the sky and it should be easy enough to apply the effect in photoshop so I will give it a go!
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