Brone By Moonlight

By Goggz
I managed to get my blood alcohol levels down enough to drive to this Neolithic tomb on the Burren and spent a happy few hours there flashing lights all over the place Smile I like this crop because it emphasises the similarity of the tree and the angle of the capstone.

Dunno what the ghosts of the past thought but the local foxes thought it was great and howled the place down.

Ta for looking, the other versions are different crops.

Cheers, Goggz

Tags: Flash Architecture Ireland Eire 4 Father ted Burren Landscape and travel Bloody cold Lightpainting Flash and lighting Doolin meet Portal tomb Night and low light Poul na brone Howling foxes

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Comments


Diana Plus
9 2.0k 19 Netherlands
3 Apr 2010 7:49PM
nice one Goggz!

Diana

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martin.w Plus
13 388 22 United Kingdom
3 Apr 2010 7:56PM
A good combination of various forms of light, but I do feel V1 a tad 'cramped'. I do like the idea, but for me cropped a little less top and bottom. Wink
andy_AHG Plus
7 106 6 United Kingdom
3 Apr 2010 7:58PM
Beautifully captured Goggz.

Andy
3 Apr 2010 8:08PM
Hi Gogzz. No1 for me.... Looks great cropped. Great image... :o)
3 Apr 2010 8:11PM
Love this set, but v1 is my favourite, I love the crop used.
3 Apr 2010 8:27PM
Large is well worth a look,
Alan
3 Apr 2010 8:30PM
No. 1 for me, the crop works a treat, cracking bit of light painting going on Smile
Mark
Mari 12 1.8k Wales
3 Apr 2010 9:09PM
Just to be awkward (which i'm so good at being LOL) I'd ideally like a cross between v1 and v2, gorgeous light and wish i'd been there Sad

Just have to go back he he!

Mari
3 Apr 2010 9:21PM
Certainly captures the atmosphere of the place, nice one
Mynett Plus
7 142 6 United Kingdom
3 Apr 2010 9:29PM
fab panorama wow.... v1 gets the click here Smile

Linda
3 Apr 2010 10:16PM
Brilliant all three images, V1 then V2 V3, wonderful detail and tones.
Louise
3 Apr 2010 10:58PM
thanks for the tutorial will be something to practise..:0 ).. just wish l wasnt so cold/tired that night ! ....


Nice one pete !
V2 for me - a great photo
Goggz Plus
8 2.3k 72 Wales
4 Apr 2010 12:22AM
Blimey, thanks everyone!

@ Martin.w, I appreciate your comment about it being cramped and, when you compare V1 with the uncropped V2 it is, but I still like V1 Smile However, with hindsight, I reckon I should have left a little less sky up top and shown more ground...

It's a deal Mari! We have to go back next year and do this again! Maybe do it the first night, so Nicola can keep up without falling asleep... Wink

Thanks for all your comments everyone, I really appreciate you taking the time Smile

Cheers, Goggz
Fabulous image - V1 for me !

Chris
Paintman Plus
9 1.0k 176 United Kingdom
4 Apr 2010 8:11AM
V1 works for me. Excellent work.

Alan.
sprock 12 66 1 England
4 Apr 2010 10:24AM
V1 without a doubt, great images and great technique, but would have been nice to know the Camera and Lens details too.
DaveMead Plus
6 23 14 United Kingdom
4 Apr 2010 2:06PM
V3 for me. Smile
Dave
Fabulous image Pete, love V1.
Tony
Goggz Plus
8 2.3k 72 Wales
5 Apr 2010 8:08AM
Thanks folks Smile
Tandberg 12 1.2k 2 England
5 Apr 2010 2:56PM
Gets my vote pete as ya know im a bit of a flasher mi-self Wink

Dave
Goggz Plus
8 2.3k 72 Wales
5 Apr 2010 9:16PM
Oooh Dave, you are naughty, but I like you Smile

If you remember **** Emery that will all make sense Smile

Cheers, Goggz
Tandberg 12 1.2k 2 England
6 Apr 2010 1:54PM
I do remember Wink

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