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James_G 11 166 5
17 Jan 2010 1:30PM
This is excellent, but then I'm a fan of long exposure shots like this. Colours are good and you've chosen a good POV. Great shot.

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User_Removed 10 31 2 England
17 Jan 2010 1:30PM
Love this pic it works so well.

17 Jan 2010 1:31PM
Great image Den, nicely composed !

gary_d 10 576 13 Wales
17 Jan 2010 1:35PM
Negative there can be no negatives, this is absolutely stunning in my eyes. - gary
17 Jan 2010 1:46PM
Stunning image, super lighting, and exposure.
17 Jan 2010 1:58PM
Love it!

JouŠo 13 56 Finland
17 Jan 2010 2:03PM
fine shot, Den...............

porty2003 14 97 Scotland
17 Jan 2010 2:06PM
Yep,it's the dogs thingmies.A truly splendid shot.
redstag 12 100 15 United Kingdom
17 Jan 2010 2:24PM
It is less photographed, and you've composed the image superbly.
rpba18205 8 1 4 United Kingdom
17 Jan 2010 3:10PM
It's a fantasic shot.

Daisymaye Plus
9 23 16 Canada
17 Jan 2010 3:14PM
Beautifully composed image. Tones are fabulous.........Sandy
cassiecat 9 39 46 England
17 Jan 2010 3:24PM
lovely comp, like the placement of your horizon, nice soft colours. excellent work.lesley
Ian-Munro 10 200 15 Wales
17 Jan 2010 4:23PM
Dennis this is great I have been meaning to go there.


17 Jan 2010 4:49PM

dmhuynh72 10 44 3 United Kingdom
17 Jan 2010 5:12PM
First of all congratulations to you and Helen. I only managed to catch up with your PF today. I thought you were busy with work and had disappeared from EPZ!

Also well done with the OP publication and I am looking forward to seeing it.

This image and like the rest of your images have lovely natural colours. This is a stunning long exposure capture and I've never seen it captured at this angle before.

have a great weekend Den
Mynett 9 142 6 United Kingdom
17 Jan 2010 5:16PM
A wonderful pov, terrific processing and an all round beauty of an image

woodrow 11 153 Scotland
17 Jan 2010 5:20PM
nicely done Dennis, be good in mono to i feel

Dennis_Bromage 10 45 20 United Kingdom
17 Jan 2010 5:42PM
Thanks for the award Thair. You've made my day Smile

A big thanks to everybody else who's voted and commented too

dandeakin 10 209 3 England
17 Jan 2010 6:24PM
I like it, but would be tempted to try a mono version. Nice one
michaelcombe 8 46 2 United Kingdom
17 Jan 2010 6:29PM
Really nice shot - lovely colours and great comp.

andy_AHG 9 106 6 United Kingdom
17 Jan 2010 6:38PM
This is lovely. Smashing composition.

User_Removed 11 11 11 United Kingdom
17 Jan 2010 7:26PM
Only just come across your PF Dennis and its been an absolute pleasure looking through it, one that's now been added to the favourites list just to make sure that I don't miss an image!

With regards the image above, your usual high standard, spot on composition and the long exposure works very well.

Chris C
thebopper 9 8 United Kingdom
17 Jan 2010 7:55PM
Beautiful shot, excellent exposure and comp.
Well taken!
Lorn 8 United Kingdom
17 Jan 2010 8:55PM
Hi Den

I feel that your photos have a very simple composition, with stunning quality - keep up the great work...

clive burrow 13 71 United Kingdom
17 Jan 2010 9:10PM
Works for me Dennis.

Platchet 11 5 8 Wales
17 Jan 2010 9:43PM
This is a very fresh looking image and I love the simplicity of it. The horizon being level with the top of the fencing seems to bother me and I'm not sure why? Makes it more interesting though.
martinl 14 269 2 United Kingdom
18 Jan 2010 9:43AM
Wonderful simplicity and subtle colours here Den.
jon gibbs 14 147 2
18 Jan 2010 3:29PM
The one thing that bugs me about this Den is the sky.There's either too much or it looks too muddy, can't decide which.Would of probably been better if the clouds were going straight into the pic if you see what I mean.
Dennis_Bromage 10 45 20 United Kingdom
18 Jan 2010 7:45PM
Thanks Jon. I'll give that some though. Might be a nice one to try again with a Northerly blowing some clouds straight in from the sea...

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