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My thanks to those who voted/commented on "Sentinel," and a special belated Thank You to Pranav ( Peekay2001 ) for his UA on "Pauline, Lady Trevelyan."
Beautiful. It's all about the wonderful light.
very very atmospheric.. i can feel the breeze..
Beautiful, painterly photo. Almost has the feel of a Hudson River School painting.
Really beautiful landscape image, Alan. The light is exceptional and the balance between the windswept tree and the hill rolling in from the left side very well judged.
Super light, great shot.
A really beautiful landscape shot!
Very lovely light and its application; superb landscape composition. I've had a rapid look through some landscape paintings without quite discovering a parallel, which is all the better. Gorgeous image, to return to again and again.
A big, broad, open landscape, see for miles, but it's all about the textures of individual blades of grass, and the light falling on them.
The colours light and textures in the foreground remind me of Constable. This is wonderful Alan.
Beautifully composed with that windswept tree and the light and colours in the grasses which draws me in.
Simplicity its self Alan, great use of light, excellent
To capture motion in a still shot is difficult, you have succeeded and exceeded.
LX5 is a wonderful little camera, I have one also and sometimes it astounds me. This is a perfect example of what it is capable of in the right hands
Quote: LX5 is a wonderful little camera, I have one also and sometimes it astounds me. This is a perfect example of what it is capable of in the right hands
Thanks for that... wouldn't part with my LX5 for anything
Wonderful image it looks very windy
Quote: .... it looks very windy
Normal state of affairs, up there
Superlatives seem to fall short for this one Alan. The light is gorgeous and you have done it full justice. The mood is dramatic without ever looking over processed. I agree with Bill that this recalls the appearance of a classic 19th century painting.
The setting for a tragic love story. Really exceptional work Alan.
Quote: Superlatives seem to fall short for this one Alan. The light is gorgeous and you have done it full justice. The mood is dramatic without ever looking over processed. I agree with Bill that this recalls the appearance of a classic 19th century painting.
Reminds me of Ashley Jackson's watercolours - http://showbiz.euvue.co.uk/ashley-jackson-chasing-light-exhibition/
Thanks for that, Dave. I see what you mean.
Another that looks almost as if you had painted it... another magnificently crafted image Alan.
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