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chensuriashi Plus
10 231 17 England
21 Jun 2012 2:22PM
Very artistic, yes a different river, too...Chen.

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RonnieAG Plus
6 153 116 Scotland
21 Jun 2012 3:28PM
Very well composed shot with the vertical format enhancing the presentation.
Ronnie.
ElmsArt 9 82 1 Scotland
21 Jun 2012 3:36PM
Super POV.

The eye is lead down the river to the sea beyond which combines with the beautifully coloured sky to give a sense of space. Yes the clouds have gone, but your sky if far from uninteresting as the lack of cloud has allowed the gentle impact of that stage of a setting sun to be appreciated.

Jackie
21 Jun 2012 4:18PM
Great capture!
Nice shot.
Ade_Osman 13 4.5k 36 England
21 Jun 2012 5:01PM
Lovely composition with this one Matt, although I think it would benefit from a Butterfly or two Wink

Ade
almiles 6 38 102 United Kingdom
21 Jun 2012 6:31PM
Great colours and composition with FG interest from flowers and a lead in off the stream to the sea. Sun is cleverly placed behind the hill to hold back the light. There's a dark fringe to the coastal rocks and I can't tell if they are naturally like that or is a blending fringe from a separate exposure for the sky?
derekhansen Plus
7 210 24 United Kingdom
21 Jun 2012 9:46PM
Glad you decided to do something different here Matt. This really is lovely.
Derek
zapar40 6 66 5 Wales
21 Jun 2012 10:05PM
lovely image.
ant.
mattw 12 5.2k 10 United Kingdom
21 Jun 2012 10:07PM
Thanks for the comments everyone.

Quote:Lovely composition with this one Matt, although I think it would benefit from a Butterfly or two


Sigh... if only!


Quote:There's a dark fringe to the coastal rocks and I can't tell if they are naturally like that or is a blending fringe from a separate exposure for the sky?

The rocks are darker there (naturally), although there is a bit of blending going on there too. I t look more severe in this low res version than in the full image

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