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Irishkate Plus
5 38 98 United Kingdom
14 Feb 2014 12:21AM
A stunning skyscape with just enough f/g interest to anchor it.
Thought this was a long exposure at first but quite the opposite!
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mlseawell 6 1 United States
14 Feb 2014 5:09AM
Gorgeous rendering and very artistic!

Mark
User_Removed 3 10 4 United Kingdom
14 Feb 2014 5:23AM
Lovely reflective image

Di
WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.6k 148 England
14 Feb 2014 8:46AM
Clever, Alan, but that's my normal view with the biting wind off the North Sea in my eyes. Very nicely done.

Dave
14 Feb 2014 8:51AM
Shouldn't be standing on your head at your age, Dave Grin
woolybill1 Plus
9 22 67 United Kingdom
14 Feb 2014 8:52AM
Fabulous reflection that almost had me fooled. Yes, really. But I'm not going to hold the laptop upside-down to check; I shall simply suspend my disbelief and enjoy the show Smile
Regards
Bill
14 Feb 2014 8:55AM
You?...Fooled??... Pull the other one, Bill Grin
mrswoolybill Plus
9 949 1479 United Kingdom
14 Feb 2014 9:15AM
Didn't fool me because this is something that I love doing - never thought of doing it with the sea though, my ambitions are generally on a smaller scale.
Thing is, the brain doesn't expect to see see this the right way up, so 'realism' is actually more disturbing.
Moira
Mollycat Plus
3 11 2 United Kingdom
14 Feb 2014 9:23AM
Very clever, reminds me of frosted glass.
Peter.
ErictheViking 3 124 102 Scotland
14 Feb 2014 9:46AM
Alan man you've gone and done it again, how can I not give you my award for this brilliance Tongue ..... seriously great shot and well put together. Don't remember the NE having blue sky all I remember were the grey ones accompanied by a howling north sea wind. WinkWinkWinkBlush
jadus 4 1.2k 3 United Kingdom
14 Feb 2014 9:56AM
nice one Alan!
Nikonuser1 Plus
4 56 13 United Kingdom
14 Feb 2014 10:05AM
Very clever Alan a super captureSmile


Cliff
marktc Plus
5 86 14 United Kingdom
14 Feb 2014 1:19PM
This is just amazing.... awarded
MalcolmM Plus
11 500 5 Scotland
14 Feb 2014 1:25PM
Great result - very cleverly done
Nigeve1 3 1.4k 101 United Kingdom
14 Feb 2014 1:37PM
Really excellent visual effect, top image. You have however fooled me still, Alan. Clearly it is a reflection from the comments and I thought it was anyways, still don't know how you have done it though. No matter, great result annd probably more so because of the mystery.
Nigel
14 Feb 2014 5:03PM
Bet you were head over heels with this shot, Alan!Smile
An excellent image.
Richard
14 Feb 2014 6:13PM
A subtle and very beautiful arty shot.
L
15 Feb 2014 7:17AM
very interesting.. and inspirational.. i don't know where it came from or what does it have to do with the image.. but the phrase came from the deep of my heart.. 'To be or not to be'..
(i feel its deeply philosophical.. how exactly, will have to think more about it.)
15 Feb 2014 11:02AM
G r e a t !
15 Feb 2014 12:08PM
i think it was : 'to be (the sky) or not to be.' that is to say : 'to fly in the sky or remain grounded for a while.' Smile
Fefe Plus
4 23 31 United Kingdom
15 Feb 2014 2:18PM
Bet your hair was trailing in the sand when you took this, really good way of shaking off excess pasty crumbs tooTongue

Diane
15 Feb 2014 2:34PM
Don't eat them. Though it should be "Pastie." ..."Pasty" is my morning complexion.
By the way, do you open on a Sunday?
Fefe Plus
4 23 31 United Kingdom
15 Feb 2014 3:55PM

Quote:Don't eat them. Though it should be "Pastie." ..."Pasty" is my morning complexion.
By the way, do you open on a Sunday?



Not sure I am incorrect in my singular of the spelling "pasty" Alan......Sorry to hear you are "pastey" of a morning. Plenty of greens will do the trick, that will bring the colour to your cheeksGrin

Open on a sunday? Such LanguageTongueTongueTongue
Diane
15 Feb 2014 4:03PM
I looked it up. Both are correct. But I'm afraid "pastey" isn't. Sunday, however, requires the capital "S."
I mention it because some ladies prefer a Sunday opening. Things tend to be less rushed.
Fefe Plus
4 23 31 United Kingdom
15 Feb 2014 4:09PM
Here you are
Links do not seem to be working today.....fingers crossed
15 Feb 2014 5:23PM
Your link is working, however I have no interest in the mindless bollocks of your "Urban" dictionary. As a speaker of English, I've no time for such puerile nonsense. Kindly absent yourself, skedaddle, or scram. I cannot be arsed with further discussion.
Rende Plus
9 38 4 Netherlands
16 Feb 2014 11:29AM
I knew the flooding in Britain was bad but didn't know it had reached the sky yet! Wink
Works really well Alan; lovely subtle surreal quality to it.
Rende
Tremendous downside up image Allan.

I'm jealous.

Dougie
18 Feb 2014 10:18AM
Is that upside down? I've looked at it several times and think it just has to be, but at the same time, I don't want it to be as the 'sky' is just glorious!!! Very clever.
AnnJ Plus
4 5 Scotland
18 Feb 2014 1:06PM
What a clever shot and you had so many of us wondering if we should be standing on our heads! Great artistic shot. Ann.
bliba Plus
10 2 Austria
21 Feb 2014 10:53PM
Fabulous reflection
Potra 3 Venezuela
6 Mar 2014 2:40AM
A daring decision that worked perfectly. It is a breathtaking view of a marvelous sky.
M

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