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martin.w 14 416 22 United Kingdom
19 Mar 2008 8:26PM
I presume it was a little breezy as some of the foreground flowers look as though they have moved. Love the image though, the two headlands beyond give depth to the shot.

Off to Cornwall in june, can't wait Smile

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gary_d Plus
8 576 13 Wales
19 Mar 2008 8:28PM
A very lovely view very well taken - gary
IanFlindt 11 740 21 United Kingdom
19 Mar 2008 8:32PM
Thanks, Martin and Gary.

Just a little breezy, Martin. The movement in the flowers was the primary reason why it's been sitting unprocessed in my files for some time. I decided in the end that there was a sufficient number of sharp flowers to try to do something with it. Not sure if it was the right decision, though. Smile

You'll have an amazing time in Cornwall - will it be your first time?
rmr 9 1 Wales
19 Mar 2008 8:38PM
super colours and good foreground detail
mark
martinl 12 265 2 United Kingdom
19 Mar 2008 8:40PM
Some fantastic colours in this Ian especially in the sea and that headland.
Devon/Cornwall mmmm. Somewhere else I'd love to get to.
Martin
dp 12 163 3 United Kingdom
19 Mar 2008 8:44PM
Very pretty Ian. That is some colour in the water!

Dave
IanFlindt 11 740 21 United Kingdom
19 Mar 2008 8:47PM
Many thanks, Mark, Martin and Dave.

Martin, You must try to get down there sometime - it's a beautiful part of the world.

Not exactly the sea colours that we're used to, Dave. Smile
sut68 Plus
12 2.0k 76 England
19 Mar 2008 8:51PM
The distant patches of light makes this for me Ian.
mark1309 9 13 United Kingdom
19 Mar 2008 8:54PM
Beautiful image, great colours,
Mark.
martin.w 14 416 22 United Kingdom
19 Mar 2008 8:55PM
Er no Ian, been rather more times than I can remember, but this is the first time as just the two of us, thats one of the reasons I can't wait!!
IanFlindt 11 740 21 United Kingdom
19 Mar 2008 8:58PM
Many thanks, Paul and Mark.

Aah, I see, Martin - a vision of schoolboys in a sweetshop springs to mind!
richardwheel 11 217 2 England
19 Mar 2008 9:01PM
'tis a beauty Ian, do you have a landscape version too? I reckon it would work even better..well possibly

rich
martin.w 14 416 22 United Kingdom
19 Mar 2008 9:02PM
MmmmmSmile
IanFlindt 11 740 21 United Kingdom
19 Mar 2008 9:08PM
Rich, That's a great point. A landscape format would have provided greater emphasis on the distant lit cliffs (and less on the blurred flowers) which, as Paul points out, are probably the strongest element. Something to remember for the next time.

Smile Martin!
Rainy 8 United States
19 Mar 2008 9:10PM
Beautiful image and great composition.

Regards, Rainy Iannucci
User_Removed 11 32 United Kingdom
19 Mar 2008 9:23PM
Beautiful vista - Jeff
rontear Plus
13 8 7 England
19 Mar 2008 9:23PM
Makes me want to go there now Ian. Wonderful coastline in full bloom. Ron.
Magical image Ian, well done my friend, I look forward to the wild flowers arriving in Scotland.

All the very best
Dougie
User_Removed 9 485 13 England
20 Mar 2008 8:18AM
Ian, wow, what can i say. This truely is a masterpiece bordering on genius, a simply breathtaking view that just goes to remind me, even with all the troubles this country has, why i love it as much as i do. Fantastic work

rgds
Dave
User_Removed Junior Member 9 16 England
20 Mar 2008 8:29AM
Lovely comp and well deserved RC!
Andrew
Chris_H 12 1.5k 1
20 Mar 2008 4:27PM
Fantastic image Ian, a really powerful & vibrant scene with some fantastic colours & light.

I keep complmenting a visit to Cornwall in late April, do you know if there will be any flowers around on the cliff tops at this time of year?

Chris
IanFlindt 11 740 21 United Kingdom
20 Mar 2008 5:00PM
Many thanks, everyone, for your kind comments.

Hi Chris, I think May be the time to see the flowers at their best. I gather gorse is flourishing in April but I get the impression gorse flourishes at any time of year!! Having said that, it's been quite a mild winter, hasn't it....and so perhaps there may be something to see in late April.
DiegoDesigns 10 117 6 United Kingdom
20 Mar 2008 5:02PM
Cornwall looking at its very best, a delightful capture indeed...

Dave
20 Mar 2008 5:44PM
Evokes the vibrancy of early summer. Lovely image.
20 Mar 2008 7:15PM
Great exposure.
Harry
photophantom 8 108 3 Philippines
20 Mar 2008 11:05PM
Beautiful!
MilanaG 10 Bulgaria
22 Mar 2008 5:51PM
...so sorry for my English...can't express what I think...Sad...just amazing Ian!
Milena

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