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Got up early this morning and went up on The Roaches for sunrise. This is the first I have worked on. May be one or two more to come.
Thanks for looking
Superb compo and divine illumination. Very well done!
Good recession created by the misty atmosphere. Well seen and taken. Andy
Very well composed Jason - and a super atmosphere.
Good choices made --like you point of focus and the repeats following!
very nice great light well captured.
The low sun catching each and every individual branch and twig on the lhs is special, Jason. The hazy mist of the early day being burnt away by the sun promises a fine day to follow.
Looks good, Jason,reminds me of your Italian trip shots.
colour and comp, Excellent. looks a beautiful place.
Stunning image ,like the warm colours ( bet it was freezing ) getting up soon has paid off , nice one .kel
A gorgeous atmospheric shot.
beautiful shot ,love the colours,comp and light
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