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Slaterm 11 496 1 United Kingdom
2 Jun 2008 1:04PM
worth the ordeal Gary Smile


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2 Jun 2008 1:04PM
Richsr 10 91 223 England
2 Jun 2008 1:09PM
Like the details and colours in this Gary -well worth the ordeal.
Well captured.
Regards Richard
2 Jun 2008 1:26PM
Lovely shot - the colours in this are superb.

RobboB Plus
10 126 United Kingdom
2 Jun 2008 1:31PM
Worth the effort though. Well done
garymcparland 10 338 3 Northern Ireland
2 Jun 2008 1:32PM
Cheers Guys Smile

Conker 10 1 United Kingdom
2 Jun 2008 2:32PM
Good shot, love it....

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Hope the bites aren't driving you crazy!!!
Guillaume 10 119 2 United Kingdom
2 Jun 2008 2:50PM
It's a wonderful shot Gary. It's sharp and there are some lovely colours. Worth every single tick bites! Smile
2 Jun 2008 3:24PM
lovely shot.
tip for midges and ticks rub plenty of garlic over your exposed bits,they hate it.(but it does have its drawbacks)
garymcparland 10 338 3 Northern Ireland
2 Jun 2008 3:30PM
Cheers for the tip peter, are you sure your not thinking of vampires Wink

JouŠo 13 56 Finland
2 Jun 2008 3:32PM

BTW......Lots of midges here too Sad

FredF 11 1 France
2 Jun 2008 3:40PM
Nice composition.

ade_mcfade 13 15.2k 216 England
2 Jun 2008 3:53PM
I've just left a comment on Richard's shot which applies to the processing on the tree here.

the rocks and immediate foreground are full of detail and colour, but I think you maybe should think twice before dodging trees because halos are almost inevitable, and you've got quite a few here.
Sconz 10 9 1 Ireland
2 Jun 2008 4:06PM
Up to your usual high standards Gary! Great colours and tones. My tip for not getting bitten by tics is not to be as "friendly" with those sheep!!

garymcparland 10 338 3 Northern Ireland
2 Jun 2008 4:12PM
Thanks Guys Smile

Cheers Ade, just read your comments on Richards shot and i agree it may apply to areas around the tree thanks.

peugeot406 11 7 1 England
2 Jun 2008 4:16PM
Superb image and great composition
Matman 9 37 United Kingdom
2 Jun 2008 5:31PM
Jolly decent of that tree to lean to the right to allow the view of the sunset!!...Smile

Back to your simple best on this Gary!

And I know what you mean about the midges, I gave up on a shot last week as I just couldn't stay still long enough to sort out a decent composition. They were driving me mad!!!!

Milla 9 7 2 United Kingdom
13 Jun 2008 3:38PM
Wonderful view

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