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Blea Tarn Square

By geffers7  
Bit experimental as I don't normally use square format (mainly because I print most of my images and I don't have square paper!)
Slightly earlier than my last upload and with a nice bit of light on the trees in the distance.
Hope you like!

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: PhilT2, gwynn56, barbarahirst and 21 more

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LynneJoyce Plus
9 20 99 United Kingdom
29 Jul 2014 4:55PM
Lovely POV, excellent scene and very crisp capture. If this were mine (I wish) I would work on levels as it is a bit grey. In fact I did. You haven't enabled mods so I can't post my version but if you want it just message me and we will fix something.

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RonnieAG Plus
7 154 117 Scotland
29 Jul 2014 5:23PM
I am quite a fan of the square format and you have shown how effective it can be in landscape work with this excellent capture across Blea Tarn.
Love that soft light across the scene before the sun hits more than a small belt along the far shore.
Tish1 Plus
4 16 3 United Kingdom
29 Jul 2014 6:43PM
Brilliant Geoff! Not too much of anything and just enough of everything. I think the square format works, and can be printed on A4 photographic paper and would look great framed in this square format with the correct borders and mounts, alternatively have it printed professionally and definitely mounted, if only for those reflections.

fazzer 8 54 7 United Kingdom
29 Jul 2014 8:22PM
stunning image , love it Smile
geffers7 Plus
7 48 1 United Kingdom
30 Jul 2014 4:29PM

I've allowed mods if you want to upload yours?

almiles 7 38 102 United Kingdom
30 Jul 2014 6:28PM
Gorgeous lighting, great lead in, cracking reflection... it's a stunner!
derekhansen Plus
8 210 24 United Kingdom
31 Jul 2014 8:25PM
Excellent image Geoff. A strong composition with the rocks and the cloud reflection leading the eye. I think the square format suits the composition.

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