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Frosty Bluebells II

By Dennis_Bromage
It's been a while so I thought I'd quickly upload an image before my e2 membership runs out.

The VERY popular Roseberry Topping bluebell meadow on a wonderful, peaceful spring morning when I had the place totally to myself for a few hours. Pretty rather than dramatic but I like it for exactly that reason Smile

Tags: Landscape Bluebells Roseberry topping Landscape and travel

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jeronius 11 2 1 England
1 Jun 2011 8:49PM
Beautiful shot Dennis. Its a pleasure to see you post. Does this mean this maybe some of your last uploads here?
BillyGoatGruff 13 191 199 England
1 Jun 2011 9:01PM
Been wondering where you'd got to, Den!

Deft, classic composition, hallmark exposure control!
Lovely stuff!

Clouds would have been nice, but, hey, can't have everything!
Good to see something from you again!

geffers7 Plus
10 53 1 United Kingdom
1 Jun 2011 10:35PM
Nice shot Den - somehow those frosty mornings look good without clouds!
rontear Plus
17 23 8 England
1 Jun 2011 11:32PM
Colour of Spring Dennis, love the atmosphere. Ron.
Dennis_Bromage 13 45 20 United Kingdom
3 Jun 2011 10:07AM
Thanks guys. Jerry, don't think I'll be renewing my membership this time. I've enjoyed my time on epz and learned a lot in the early days but as I've evolved and matured as a photographer my style has moved away from the bold colourful sunrises and sunsets that are the main stay of sites like this and with which many photographers are obsessed. It's always nice get a pat on the back or some recognition from other togs but my focus now is making images that the public like rather than making them for other photographer and the images that look good hanging on a wall aren't the ones that do well as thumbnails on sites like this. I'll still be popping in to have look at what people are up to but I don't expect to be posting much, if at all in the future Smile

Geoff / Ron I love the clear blue sky in this one. The fore & mid grounds are so busy that I think you need a simple sky to offset the scene. It also makes it feel like a beautiful still, sunny spring morning which it exactly what it was Smile

Thanks to everybody for the support over the years...

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