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It's Always Greener

By AdrianTurner  
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Taken from Baran Road on Mynydd Y Betws between Rhyd-Y-Fro and Ammanford.
Liked the dramatic cloud formation and the light on the fields which seemed to glow.

Had to compress this down to 50% for the upload limits, hope it holds up.

1/60th @ f/22 - Cokin X121S and X121M

All comments appreciated, thanks for looking.

Adrian

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: tim g, acwalker, keithh and 12 more


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UserHasLeft 12 654
2 Aug 2005 3:12PM
I think that if you can take photos like this then the landscape world is your oyster. It allows you to stop off anywhere on your travels and produce something well worth looking at.

A great scene beautifully shot, Adrian Smile

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ericfaragh 12 123 1 United Kingdom
2 Aug 2005 3:24PM
Lovely range of tones, nice shot.
tull 12 181 United Kingdom
2 Aug 2005 3:36PM
Beautiful colourful composition with a wonderful sky.

Mark.
AdrianTurner 11 350 Wales
2 Aug 2005 3:56PM
Thanks guys, your time and words are appreciated.

Adrian
Tooth 11 5.8k 227 Ireland
2 Aug 2005 4:00PM
A lovely well balanced pastoral study, beautifully lit.
Must say i don't go with the frame, but hey, nice pic!

Stephen
liparig 11 233 United States
2 Aug 2005 7:14PM
wow great landscape shot
joe
firzhugh 11 13 New Zealand
2 Aug 2005 10:19PM
great tones and light. very beautiful shot
gwyn h 11 432
2 Aug 2005 10:48PM
Excellent landscape work Adrian, such beautiful light. Not a much photographed (or visited) part of the Principality, you've captured it to perfection here.

Gwyn
highlander 12 32 Scotland
4 Aug 2005 1:34AM
Good clarity in your distant part of the scene but most outstandingly is the light dark composition and the further beauty in the cloud formation.
Doug.

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