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Inverary reflections

By RosePhoto  
Amazing what you can do with a still Loch, bright sunshine at midday and a polariser! Taken today in Inverary. All comments welcomed.
Thanks for looking
Ann-Marie

Tags: Scotland Water Reflections Inverary Landscape and travel

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jeanie Plus
13 6.0k 6 United Kingdom
15 May 2007 7:12PM
Lovely reflections here and great strong colour too.

Jeanie

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GlynnisFrith 10 23 3 United Kingdom
15 May 2007 7:22PM
WOW this is a excellent reflection photo, I love the scale of the boats against the buildings in the BG
Glynnis
meadowman 10 1
15 May 2007 8:28PM
great colour and those clouds are fab

gary
kaybee 13 5.2k 25 Scotland
15 May 2007 8:58PM
Were you out in a boat to get this?
RosePhoto 10 5 United Kingdom
15 May 2007 9:39PM
Not in a boat, just on the end of a pier. Thanks for looking.
Ann-Marie
markb2815 10 2
15 May 2007 9:40PM
Superb reflections, well done.
Mark
Hugeknot 12 1.2k 2 Iceland
15 May 2007 10:02PM
Great reflections, realy good composition. But the detail is a bit soft. Maye this was focussing or just the way you compressed it.
pamelajean Plus
11 980 1903 United Kingdom
15 May 2007 11:03PM
I like your composition, format, colours and reflections, very impressive.
joolsb 12 27.1k 38 Switzerland
16 May 2007 2:57PM
I think you've done a great job with the reflections and I can see where you're going with the comp. For me, it doesn't quite gel, however. It feels more like two picture in one - the quayside and reflections and then the boats with their reflections.

With such wonderfully still conditions to work with and a real gift of a sky, I would have filled the frame with clouds and reflections and placed the buildings along the centre of the frame to break things up. Then I would have spent a while shooting around the trawlers...

Lovely shot, all the same.
RosePhoto 10 5 United Kingdom
16 May 2007 4:33PM
I see what you mean about the 2 pics in one - separating the boats from the buildings was not possible from my vantage point for this image. I did take some more from the other side of the the Loch, so will post those for comment later on. The detail being soft may be due to my incompetence in using Photoshop Elements.... Really should go on a course and learn how to use it properly!!
Thanks for your comments everyone.
Ann-Marie

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