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Llandwyn Island, North Wales

By AirForce1
Llanddwyn Island is named after St Dwynwen, the Welsh patron saint of lovers. Legend has it that she was spurned by a prince and retreated heartbroken to the island. There she was granted three wishes, and asked to be given the power to grant the wishes of true lovers.

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: Mynett, paskinmj, clintQB and 7 more


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paskinmj 7 11 1 United Kingdom
19 Mar 2012 8:07PM
Amazing shot here. Great light, colours and composition. And only ONE vote so far?! This site really annoys me sometimes. But hey hum. Gets my vote anyway!
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clintQB 5 51 United Kingdom
19 Mar 2012 8:12PM
beautiful shot......composition is spot on too
DiazSprite 5 18 United Kingdom
19 Mar 2012 8:17PM
Superb capture, ... very nice tones!!
Marius
19 Mar 2012 8:43PM
Composition is excellent but there are a few things that struck me that are easily changed if you are inclined to do so. The horizon tilts down to the left a bit. It's often a trade off between keeping the vertical (the cross) and avoiding a sloping horizon. The two areas of lens flare beneath the lighthouse could podssibly be cloned out and you have three or four dust bunnies in the top right hand corner. These are minor picks in an otherwise lovely image.
Regards
Alun
martin.w 14 446 22 United Kingdom
19 Mar 2012 9:10PM
I like the image overall, but inclined to agree with Alun above. There are dust spots across the sky and even on the water and the level is slightly out. I'm curious about the lens flare as there doesn't seem to be any direct sunlight.....which is usually the cause of flare. Just a little care in proccessing would improve this a lot Wink

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