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Just to let all know thats been asking - landscapes will continue to feature in my PF - a bit of light relief from the DM work, which takes a lot of time and effort.
From a highly enjoyable morning with Les a couple of weeks back.
And no it wasnt this warm !!!!!
This is a slightly modified version to the one available on the other channel
Right must get to the gym, the diet didn't do too well last week !
beautiful shot, well composed
That rope is an amazing find, it's like a sea creature beached on the sand.
..Thanks for the kind words Moira, Clint & Gareth.
A Big thanks Julia for the GEA, its much appreciated
Great shot Nick very atmospheric . Steve
Beautiful image & great colours Nick
Thanks Mark & Steve.
That's beautifully done in every way Nick, my congrats for a stunning image!
The toning , colour and clarity are all first class Nick.
An excellent image - just love it!
SUPERB WORK . shortlisted....Phil
Excellent image, Nick!
Good thing we brought that rope along Nick, came in useful
Only joking everyone. Tidy one this, erm must have a look at mine soon
Very nicely done. John
Nice tones and light Nick, hand to have the rope here too
Brilliant Shot .. Great comp & Colour.. Regard's Tez..
Quote: Good thing we brought that rope along Nick, came in useful
LOL.. What as a hoist for when I did the nose dive?
Thanks everyone for the kind comments and a big thanks Tez for the User award
A beautiful and very colourful scene, Nick
Amazing tones- lovely
Great shot. Fantastic composition.
Big thanks Pete
The colours are wonderful, was gonna say something about the sky but edited it...
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