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Skinz 15 94
4 Nov 2006 9:04PM
Excellent photo - great composition.


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ian walker 13 716 United Kingdom
4 Nov 2006 9:09PM
this is very good.

excellent composition, tone works well, like the lines and the recession though the distance.
anthhope 12 1 England
4 Nov 2006 9:10PM
Great lines and contrasts.
plutoman 13 347
4 Nov 2006 9:11PM
Great sense of perspective in this one, blue tone works well also. Nice one Smile

backbeat Plus
12 134 1 United Kingdom
4 Nov 2006 9:24PM
fab lead in lines...the whole picture has a real flow to it

PLCimagery 11 77 1 England
4 Nov 2006 10:10PM
i can see why they caught your eye! makes for a great photo - nice work!
curlyfilm 13 139
4 Nov 2006 10:12PM
love it........
tricky66 12 24 United Kingdom
4 Nov 2006 10:30PM
Love that field, the lines are fantastic.Just feel it could do with a touch of straightening.Blue tint works to make it a nice capture.

POOCHIE 12 21 6 United Kingdom
4 Nov 2006 11:25PM
This is great, I didn't know you could make powerlines look so good.

rontear Plus
15 8 8 England
4 Nov 2006 11:37PM
Blue tones add to the bleak feel of this landscape. Superb lead in lines. Ron.
dven Plus
13 25 United Kingdom
5 Nov 2006 7:58AM

AlanBW 12 20 England
5 Nov 2006 9:25AM
Superb lines and perspective, love the toning
Rogerex 11 32 12 Australia
5 Nov 2006 9:26AM
A good catch, brrrrrrr.
5 Nov 2006 11:36AM
Excellent choice of subject Lynn, you've captured great atmosphere along with the abstract quality of it, love the lines through the scene, well thought out and well taken, Adrian
phillj 12 2 England
5 Nov 2006 1:17PM
Ikeep trying to get a shot like this, never works as well as yours. Great pic.

90125 12 3 United Kingdom
5 Nov 2006 1:41PM
Great lines and perspective.Great mono. touch.
Djemde 14 1 Tuvalu
5 Nov 2006 2:52PM
Love the perspective and lines. The mound in the foreground makes it for me. Superb shot.
JouŠo 14 56 Finland
5 Nov 2006 2:55PM
beautiful tones..
Peaceful image.....

Tandberg 15 1.2k 2 England
5 Nov 2006 3:11PM
Lovely tone and work

Pylons are a no no, but you have made them work here
Well done
jken 12 1.7k 1 United Kingdom
6 Nov 2006 8:37AM
Hi Lynn like this a lot, tone works well.

JohnDyer 12 67 2 United Kingdom
9 Nov 2006 7:42AM
love the perspective
SandyMiller 12 932 United Kingdom
10 Nov 2006 2:16PM
I never thought I would see pylons as anything more than a stain on the landscape but this works very well. Good strong lead in lines and great perspective and depth. Love the cool tones too
Buffalo_Tom 11 2.3k 9 Wales
11 Nov 2006 5:44PM
Excellent photography.Superb use of the pylons and the field/lines are masterly.
rosie42 13 7 Australia
13 Nov 2006 11:24AM
Well done on a quality capture - I really like the contrast of the strong diagonal of the powerlines and the lead-in lines of the furrowed soil, the contours of the landscape, the pleasing tones and the square composition ...

Susie :o)
HarryStan 13 50 Australia
14 Nov 2006 5:25PM
Good comp & nicely cropped...

mini670 13 172 United Kingdom
16 Nov 2006 12:28AM
Amazing, really like the lines and geometry in this photo.
MickS 13 23 14 England
19 Nov 2006 8:34PM
watcha Lynn,
excellent study of light and perspective, atmospheric and linear.
iajacks 12 24 England
21 Nov 2006 4:01PM
nice line that lead you in.

have you done a shot of a pilon from under it in the centre, its a good composion!

I can just imagine a horse pulling a plaw with steam coming of its breath in this one.

well seen and I like the overall tones.

spot on iajacks
DP_Imagery 13 24 6 Wales
30 Nov 2006 10:38PM
Wonderful composition - the lead in lines of the furrows, coupled with the undulation of the field, really sweep you in. The pylons take you through the rest of the image to the distance - but the two foremost ones are strong enough to anchor you back into the image. Really classy work. Bruce

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