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CarolG Plus
10 198 19 Greece
7 Aug 2009 9:01AM
A lovely composition, very well captured. Carol

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andylea 8 37 1 United Kingdom
7 Aug 2009 9:08AM
great fg wonderful colours and light nice one
andy
shandoor 7 1 United Kingdom
7 Aug 2009 9:42AM
Superb image with wonderful lighting great detail and superb colours great compo
Alexa
7 Aug 2009 9:54AM
A terrific shot, very well taken.
Dave
7 Aug 2009 10:15AM
Superb comp.
Scott
danbrann Plus
12 631 17
7 Aug 2009 11:44AM
Some super tones. A good one to finish with.
Stunning landscape. Beautifully composed capture. Lovely colour and lighting. A very moodful image.
Steve.
Briwooly 11 452 5 England
7 Aug 2009 2:36PM
Great composition Mick like the the use of the fg detail

Brian...........................................................
7 Aug 2009 6:16PM
Great photo quite stunning
Daisymaye Plus
8 23 10 Canada
8 Aug 2009 2:40AM
Beautiful shot........Sandy
9 Aug 2009 8:21AM
Fine use of 10/20.
Rende Plus
9 38 4 Netherlands
10 Aug 2009 9:22AM
Beautiful composition, and the sky works really well too.
Rende
Natzdad 8 29 2 United Kingdom
18 Aug 2009 10:15PM

Quote:I spent three days in a tent on the roadside in Carrick a few weeks ago, just down the road from The Rusty Bar, on the river bank. I never got as far as the beach...

A nice idea, but I feel there is a confliction going on between the lower foreground seaweed and the centre. I almost want to remove the middle rock and seaweed completely. The grad usage, or toning of the sky, is excessive,but I do love the water texture. The ripples sweep around the image on the left accenuated by the wide angle lens, very nice.

All in all a good idea with depth, but its more than likely the location than your lack of photographic skill.

Thanks for your comments Dave,much appreciated......Mick

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