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20 Mar 2009 7:54PM
cracking shot well taken love the colours.
Mark.
Briwooly 15 454 6 England
20 Mar 2009 7:54PM
Wow stunning seascape brilliant

Brian......................................
norton 17 2 6 Jersey
20 Mar 2009 7:56PM
Superb capture,well composed and captured......................

Tony.
hary60 12 2 United Kingdom
20 Mar 2009 7:59PM
Brilliant shot V2 for me
Harry
Yewtree 12 England
20 Mar 2009 8:01PM
This one is an improvement, much more subtle and natural
cassiecat 12 39 46 England
20 Mar 2009 8:06PM
made myself dizzy flicking between them, like both.lesley
wolfy 17 36 United Kingdom
20 Mar 2009 8:07PM
Lovely colors V2 for me
SWMahy 12 21 2 United Kingdom
20 Mar 2009 8:15PM
Superb...although I'm not so keen on the orange frame on v2. I think v1 looks more natural too. Great shot.
motorsportpictures 12 289 23 United Kingdom
20 Mar 2009 8:47PM
WOW! What an amazing set, Stunning foreground light, with the details are amazing. The colours and exposure are spot on.
Scott
tigertimb 13 40 66 United Kingdom
20 Mar 2009 9:00PM
Beautiful shot and do prefer the softer feel to #1
Tim
whiteswan01 12 13 England
20 Mar 2009 9:18PM
a stunner must get back there some time
Dawn
comma 12 108 6 United Kingdom
20 Mar 2009 10:36PM
a wonderful image
taggart Plus
16 47 14 United States
20 Mar 2009 10:38PM
V2 for me, splendid!
JohnLynch 13 78 6 Ireland
20 Mar 2009 10:42PM
v1 for me

JL
21 Mar 2009 9:02AM
What a brilliant image, very well taken.
I can not chose the best, I like them both.
Peter
piccy 14 8 Wales
25 Mar 2009 8:51PM
Stunning - esp V1.
freda
Steve-T Plus
13 56 66 England
19 Apr 2009 10:47AM
Superb
Steve
26 Apr 2009 11:03AM
A wonderful shot of this iconic landmark. Definitely V1 for me but a great job, excellent work
Iain
24 Sep 2009 12:46AM
great shot at a location i still havent got to.
My only minor crit would be that the Durdle has been comprimised by the 10-20 lens distortion. I have the same lens and focal points on the edge of the frame always seem stretched.

Correct lens distortion in photoshop? u can select an aera rather than the whole image?
Paintman Plus
14 1.5k 179 United Kingdom
25 Sep 2009 7:31PM
Thanks for the advice, I hadn't thought of correcting only a part of the image with the lens correction tool.

Regards, Alan.

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