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Lomond Bollards 2

By kim64
this is the 2nd photo from my epic trip the other day - please see yesterdays post for the explanation of my journey!! lol

Hope Santa was good to everyone and that no one has exploded after their Christmas food excess!!!!! Happy Holidays and fingers crossed for some photo opportunities as Guy and I are off work until the 3rd of January and I am itching at the bit to get out there .........

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rontear Plus
18 23 9 England
25 Dec 2006 10:07PM
The weather had better improve before we can get out there. Could you send some of this down south please. Prefered the panoramic version, less sky always helps composition such as this. Always go with your own flow, if you are happy with the final result thats all that matters Kim.
All the best for 2007. Ron.
phillips 15 69 2 Scotland
25 Dec 2006 10:16PM
thanks for that Ron, I agree with you that the panoramic shot is the better of the two. I am more than happy to go with my own flow picking up what I can from people on here etc, that is the good thing about being a beginner, not being constrained by the rules as such, the quality that is on EPZ is outstanding and totally awesome. I am sneaking peaks at the EPZ book that I bought Guy for Christmas as well, lol!!

Kim
kim64 14 1 Scotland
25 Dec 2006 10:18PM
oops - try this under my own user name not the hubby's!!!!

Thanks for that Ron, I agree with you that the panoramic shot is the better of the two. I am more than happy to go with my own flow picking up what I can from people on here etc, that is the good thing about being a beginner, not being constrained by the rules as such, the quality that is on EPZ is outstanding and totally awesome. I am sneaking peaks at the EPZ book that I bought Guy for Christmas as well, lol!!

Kim
26 Dec 2006 12:33AM
I like so much the composition.
Great perspective and good details.
Like the wood textures too.
Great shot.

Noe

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