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A magnificent mountain scene, with a nice foreground, middle distance and then the sky The air must be very clear up at that height and so the details are crisp.
It is a lovely warm image in the evening sun - everyone has gone home for tea - the last two disappearing in the distance!
Another pleasant landscape Bill with the wall making a good lead in. Karen's rotation has improved things and I think your own mod is excellent. I often find with scenic views ( especially mountains ) that blue is rather predominant and reducing the blue content lets the reds and yellows show through, so I've done a mod, which is basically your mod, with the blue reduced very slightly. What do you think?
A dramatic shot of a splendid bit of Scottish scenery and Willie's mod has improved the sky as you say.
I agree with John - it's perfect as it is but the mods are interesting variations as well.
A dramatic image that reminds me vividly of my hill walking days in the 60s. A trek up the track and on to the main ridge looks inviting - the mountain in the background looks forbidding!
Absolutely fascinating image ( No. 1 ) and info -3 tonnes! - I think I would have kept well away! I think the light play on the rotating metal is glorious. I took the liberty of loading a mod with some cropping top and right, but it does put the rotating metal rather central, The second image has bags of detail and makes an excellent record, but perhaps lacks the drama of the first.
A fine shot of this dramatic scenery. I cannot see any way to suggest any alterations or improvements. My old O.S map which I used when I used to climb in the Ben Nevis area, shows a Maternity home on the lower slopes of the Pap of Glencoe, which I always thiught rather appropriate
I really like the sharp, sparkling droplets of water on the trumpet of your daffodil - a nice sense of the freshness of spring. If you could have included the tip and left hand edge of the trumpet, attention would be concentrated on this which is the sharpest and most interesting part of the image and, to increase this effect, some of the lower and especially the right sides of the image could be cropped off. In any case a lovely reminder that winter has nearly gone.
Most interesting and effective viewpoint with the eye being drawn down to the boat - definitely DOWN the slipway!
Really good shot with excellent lighting and good trails. I do find the exit lane on the left tends to split the shot to some extent and I have tried a fairly drastic crop to concentrate on the main road and it's trails - not meant to be "better", just an alternative version of an excellent photograph.
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