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Nigeve1 Plus
3 1.4k 101 United Kingdom
6 Jun 2013 6:52AM
Great composition and light in this landscape, the colour of the reeds and reflected sky lift this image of a typical Lakeland day!
Nigel

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6 Jun 2013 6:59AM
Thanks Nigel. I think the water level, after weeks of rain, was the highest I've ever seen it.
woolybill1 Plus
10 22 68 United Kingdom
6 Jun 2013 7:46AM
More a cloudscape than a landscape, very beautiful and almost melancholy. Agree entirely with Nigel.
Regards
Bill
6 Jun 2013 7:53AM
Thanks, Bill, you see it the way I do.Smile
widtink 4 406 2 Scotland
6 Jun 2013 8:18AM
Lovely serene shot . Melancholy maybe . maybe not. I love the way you placed the horizon (take note Rod) near the top. The obvious crop would be the bottom bit of water but that would be too standard methinks
and also it would be rude lol Grin Beauty of a shot SmileSmileSmileSmile

Rod
mrswoolybill Plus
10 990 1515 United Kingdom
6 Jun 2013 8:34AM
It's that streak of light hitting the still water along the shoreline. I've seen it before - it creates a clean line dividing land from water. And it's stronger for being so high in the frame.
Moira
6 Jun 2013 9:00AM

Quote:It's that streak of light hitting the still water along the shoreline....


I tell you what, Moira, you might be a shameless fizgig, but you ain't just whistlin' Dixie. It's the line that does the business, alright WinkSmileSmile Thanks
WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.6k 148 England
6 Jun 2013 1:54PM
... and alkl the stronger for keeping the colour on this one..

Dave
6 Jun 2013 1:58PM

Quote:... and alkl the stronger for keeping the colour on this one..

Dave



Your right, Dave. It still works in b&w, but it's better this way.
Cheers Smile
marktc Plus
6 86 14 United Kingdom
6 Jun 2013 2:51PM
All of the above and so nearly another GEA!
6 Jun 2013 5:55PM
Tell you what, Mark, I'm gonna run out of tenners at this rate Grin Very Much Appreciated

Alan

P.S. Whaddaya mean, "nearly"?? TongueGrin
7 Jun 2013 12:12PM
Stunning image..Lin
Beautiful.

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