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User_Removed 10 172 1 United Kingdom
2 Jun 2008 11:56PM
Great comp and FG detail, well captured


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Sezz 13 617 15 England
2 Jun 2008 11:56PM
I think I prefer this version to the landscape one Katy, Maybe just a few too many fg rocks but I like the use of the larger one bottom right to anchor the shot. I like how the light is catching the edge of the rocks and lighthouse. The mountains layered in the bg and the sky colour too make for an effective shot. There's a few dust spots top right but that's easily sorted - well done!

Sez *
rowarrior 10 4.4k 9 Scotland
2 Jun 2008 11:58PM

Quote: There's a few dust spots top right but that's easily sorted - well done!

Sez *

Oopsie! Thanks. I forgot to oust the dust bunnies, sorry!
newy17 12 273 United Kingdom
3 Jun 2008 12:47AM
Just been to have a look at the other one and i this format works better Katy,i love the soft light and the dust bunnie's lol..
3 Jun 2008 4:38AM
Nice light & details in a well composed image!
gossyboy 10 460 United Kingdom
3 Jun 2008 6:52AM
Nice tones...........
Scott_Scot 13 4 4 Scotland
3 Jun 2008 8:01AM
Some lovely light though Kate. I actually like the composition. Perhaps getting right down onto the ground would have made things a wee bitty more dramatic but It is a lovely shot.

alansnap 14 577 26 United Kingdom
3 Jun 2008 9:48AM
HI I agree that this is better, but I still think you could have got a biity closer to the lighthouse.

lonely_oryx 10 61 55 England
3 Jun 2008 10:25AM
I actually prefer the landscape version as it had the better composition
graceland 13 2.5k 2 United Kingdom
3 Jun 2008 3:07PM

Mods done/one fun one serous ( :
rowarrior 10 4.4k 9 Scotland
3 Jun 2008 5:20PM


Mods done/one fun one serous ( :

Oh yes, Betty definitely makes it, thanks Wink
Simon_P 12 487 4 United Kingdom
5 Jun 2008 1:07AM
Close call between the two, think I prefer this one, like the foreground detail in this one, not too much IMO, quire partial to portrait landscapes ha ha kind of a contradiction! Lovely light too.
garymcparland 11 341 3 United Kingdom
20 Jun 2008 12:53AM
Very nice light & a good composition Smile

WelshKiwi 10 3.2k 2 Wales
22 Jun 2008 7:11PM
Hiya, Me again Wink

I liked the Landscape format one better KT and only because of the same niggle, the middle ground is a tad to dark, the lighting is great on here and I think this image could be improved with a bit of work (now you know better than to ask me how lol Wink ) and it will work a lot better.

Hope you understand all my ramblings KT. I love the images and compositions themselves and Im betting they look different on your screen (well mine always seem to lol Smile )

Lee Smile
IFIMAGE 10 143 Wales
25 Jun 2008 3:58PM
Nice one!
BubbaG2000 10 767 1
25 Jun 2008 10:57PM
Happy RC!!!
This lighthouse seems to be a very popular choice. Very quaint image.
fatherpie 10 18 12 England
27 Jun 2008 7:16AM
Both shots get my vote but this has the edge IMO Dave
29 Jun 2008 8:58PM
Great exposure.
churchill123 14 233 United Kingdom
14 Jul 2008 9:25PM
Lovely lighting Katy well done
Mjhearne 11 432 4 Scotland
17 Jul 2008 8:42AM
Prefer this version! Well composed!!

Bravdo 10 17 2 United Kingdom
23 Jul 2008 10:37AM
A well composed shot ..Again the colours work well in this one.
HectorRivera 10 17 1 United States
30 Aug 2008 11:29PM
Excellent compisition and lighting
fauxtography 13 6.6k 36
28 Sep 2008 9:44PM
Well you spotted the biggest issue Smile yeah there are a few too many rocks, makes the image very dark and bottom heavy. If the rocks had much more variation in size shape and form, it could work. As it stands they are quite heavy and dark despite the light hitting them.

There is a line of rocks just below the sweep of the hill. Getting in close to them may of worked as thy are a bit more varied in size.

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