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Downland

By martinw  
Last evening on Afton golf course on the IOW. Just over the brow of the hill is the field where the 1970 festival took place. RIP Jimi.

Not sure I got the dof quite right, it might have been better with the Solent in focus?
Thanks for looking.

Tags: Sky General Flower Grass Cloud Flowers and plants Downs Downland Landscape and travel

Voters: firzhugh, Jasbe, lynsfiona and 17 more


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Comments


firzhugh 11 13 New Zealand
12 Jul 2006 6:15AM
brilliant tones and light. very nice shot

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Jasbe 11 116 England
12 Jul 2006 6:19AM
Great colours, I like the detail and swirls in the sky.
Jason
lynsfiona 12 5
12 Jul 2006 6:23AM
Beautiful shot, this has a really calming effect about it, well taken. Lyns x
12 Jul 2006 7:20AM
love the f/g flowers, nice shot
steve
Tandberg 13 1.2k 2 England
12 Jul 2006 7:31AM
Nice light and depth to the image!

Lovely shot


Dave
12 Jul 2006 10:04AM
The pastel colours make this image for me.

Simon
ChrisIW 10 180 United Kingdom
12 Jul 2006 11:22AM
Nice one Martin, lovely sky and wild flowers
Chris
Marian 11 62 England
14 Jul 2006 9:05PM
It looks fine to me! The low angle works well and the colours in the sky are stunning
Marian
PatrickSmith 11 1.2k 2 United States
17 Jul 2006 8:38PM
DOF looks good to me. Sharp in front and plenty of hints about what lies beyond.
Patrick
annefromleo 10 11 1 United Kingdom
18 Jul 2006 8:51AM
wonderful tones Martin, you have made an ordinary shot into something special. the addition of colour (wild flower) in fore- ground is inspired.
love it
Anne
highlander 12 32 Scotland
20 Jul 2006 5:34PM
Hello Martin, like the sky and its cloud formation complimented by the beauty in the twilight colours...the depth of interest in the fg. is commendable.
Doug.

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