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munk 17 United Kingdom
30 Nov 2011 10:29PM
Super atmosphere and layering.
leftthesite 10 18 United States
30 Nov 2011 11:10PM
Just an outstanding misty scenic.
manicam 17 44 1 Canada
30 Nov 2011 11:16PM
Too bright on the top, crop little more i will like, but really nice picture.
Leilani 17 29 3 England
30 Nov 2011 11:30PM
That's sun for you! I have got lots like that and I always wonder whether to crop or not Smile
Nothern_Licht 12 13 4 Scotland
30 Nov 2011 11:38PM
Beautiful scene, pity it is just a little burnt out at top; it also means you don't see the wonderful sun's rays as clearly.
Willmer Plus
13 98 Wales
30 Nov 2011 11:39PM
Great comp and lighting, love the layers
RazvanD 11 3 7 United Kingdom
30 Nov 2011 11:59PM
Very well composed and captured moment, gateway to heaven i would name it. Picture speaks itself.
nonur 12 18 13 Turkey
1 Dec 2011 12:06AM
Great mono capture!
Jasper87 Plus
11 2.8k 158 England
1 Dec 2011 6:52AM
Superb image and the mono brings out some wonderful tones. I also wondered about the crop and decided you probably could do 3 equally good images. This one; cropped at the top for a darker, moddier atmosphere; then cropped at the bottom to remove this dark and make an image of the light layers. All equally good in my mind.

luceombra 10 27 5 Italy
1 Dec 2011 8:04AM
Excellent one! IMoO the signature is too invasive. Wink
mlseawell 11 1 United States
1 Dec 2011 8:27AM
Thanks for all the comments, critiques and all! I have cropped and printed this (small) and definitely still playing. To my Italian friend my signature was a unintentional. I NEVER post with my signature on this sight.
woolybill1 Plus
15 38 78 United Kingdom
1 Dec 2011 9:00AM
I really enjoy your landscapes (sorry I'm not a great commentator) but this one strikes me as something out of the ordinary. With the reservations expressed above about the blown sky I suggest it's your best black & white image. The effect of the sunlight is simply stunning.
My first visit to Germany (1966) was spent walking in the Eifel; now we have vague civic connections with the Saarland; both areas share the patterns of little villages, churches and farms amidst the prominent wooded folds in the land that you depict so well.
mlseawell 11 1 United States
1 Dec 2011 10:19AM
Thanks Bill! I appreciate that. What I find ironic is I normally go out my way to avoid any man-made structures in my captures and this one generates so much interest.

SimonAlesbrook 10 45 5 United Kingdom
1 Dec 2011 3:14PM
In Awe Smile
mlseawell 11 1 United States
1 Dec 2011 10:12PM
Glad you like it!

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