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FredF 11 1 France
23 May 2008 8:18AM
superb, well taken.


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23 May 2008 8:19AM
cuper image well done
Rylands 9 1 2 United Kingdom
23 May 2008 8:24AM
Stunning image Ade - that sky is tremendous
I'm amazed that we both posted so close and with such similar compositions, from different parts of the country.

All the very best Ade,
23 May 2008 8:28AM
Wonderful sky - draws you in!
DaveU Plus
11 1.4k 125 England
23 May 2008 8:31AM
Very dramatic Ade. All those different strips of land and road converging in the distance adds such a strong perpsective. The cloud formation also helps pull the eye into the shot. Even better IMO if the field on the right was full of rape too ... perspective plus symmetry would be a heady mix. I'd do a mod and try it out but I'm at "work".
woodrow 10 153 Scotland
23 May 2008 8:36AM
powerful and very effective, great tones

for me the differing crops on both sides of road are better than being the same, makes my eyes switch from both sides rather than following lead in

sut68 14 2.0k 76 England
23 May 2008 8:59AM
Like it mate. Different crops doesn't bother me either. One minor crit is the shot is ever so slightly off to one side [more left weighted] but as simple and graphical as a shot needs to be.

You look quite high up, were you on the car?? Wink

ade_mcfade 13 15.2k 216 England
23 May 2008 9:05AM
I'm one of those people who extend their tripod legs fully on occasion Paul Smile

I cropped the shot to the vertical centre went sthrugh the end of the road - so I think it's the yellow that's optically heavier giving that impression.

cheers folks
BarbaraR 11 17 1 England
23 May 2008 9:17AM
Yes great, just looks on for miles.

sidaorb 11 3.9k 2 England
23 May 2008 9:26AM
Thumbnail just jumped out of the page at me, great perspective, love the vanishing point Smile and the contracst between the rape seed on the left and the ploughed field on the right. I like the height you have used to help emphasise the length of the road, so many people would have gone low and created a tunnel. Great shot Smile
Artois 11 405 1 United Kingdom
23 May 2008 9:44AM
Good sky and like the path leading to nowhere.
DeSilver Plus
10 14 12 England
23 May 2008 9:45AM
It reminds me of a song. "The long and lonely road" nice image.

Photospot 10 9 Latvia
23 May 2008 9:49AM
Very impressive sky
bfgstew 11 668 105 England
23 May 2008 11:01AM
Full of impact Ade, ace composition and colours. Glad to be No 30.
NeilM 11 England
23 May 2008 11:13AM
stunningly good, well captured.

ade_mcfade 13 15.2k 216 England
23 May 2008 11:33AM
Cheers everyone

this one was all about the sky for me - everything else just leads you to it
RogBrown 10 3.1k 10 England
23 May 2008 11:40AM
Looks more like Lincolnshire. Like the ominous sky.
Richsr 10 91 223 England
23 May 2008 3:28PM
Certain was Ade and with some sudden give ways too!
Great tones and comp.
Regards Richard.
rontear Plus
14 8 8 England
23 May 2008 4:21PM
On the road to no where Adrian. Ron.
javam Plus
13 1.1k 19 United Kingdom
23 May 2008 11:24PM
The differing field states work very well in this. Rape on both sides would have made for a good shot, but I think this is a cut above and very effective.

24 May 2008 8:43PM
This is surely digitally manipulated (and I don't know where tweaking brightness, contrast, saturation etc stops and manipulation starts) but I've never seen a local threatening sky like this Adrian... The impact is strong, the image good, am I wrong in my interpretation?

It's excellent work, I just want to understand what has (or has not) gone on!

ade_mcfade 13 15.2k 216 England
25 May 2008 3:05PM
Mike - there is some magic here, but too much to explain really. It's not as manipulated as you think though, have you ever used filters? 5 stops of ND grad and you get this effect

cheers everyone
25 May 2008 3:40PM
Thanks Adrian - I've not used filters in recent decades (perhaps avoided them) but maybe the time is right to start experimenting - this effect demonstrates the opportunity that I'm missing!

27 May 2008 12:30AM
i like it

Sgt S (USMC)

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