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

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

hary60 12 2 United Kingdom
20 Mar 2009 7:59PM
Brilliant shot V2 for me
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.
tigertimb 13 40 66 United Kingdom
20 Mar 2009 9:00PM
Beautiful shot and do prefer the softer feel to #1
whiteswan01 12 13 England
20 Mar 2009 9:18PM
a stunner must get back there some time
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

21 Mar 2009 9:02AM
What a brilliant image, very well taken.
I can not chose the best, I like them both.
piccy 14 8 Wales
25 Mar 2009 8:51PM
Stunning - esp V1.
Steve-T Plus
13 56 66 England
19 Apr 2009 10:47AM
26 Apr 2009 11:03AM
A wonderful shot of this iconic landmark. Definitely V1 for me but a great job, excellent work
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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