November Sunrise

By deavilin

Tags: Landscape and travel

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Comments


18 May 2008 9:42AM
the tracks really make this picture

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I like the colours of the sky and the misty feeling. Wayne
NEWMANP Plus
8 1.6k 574 United Kingdom
18 May 2008 9:52AM
There is some beautiful mood in this image, maybe a bit too much foreground, perhaps a square crop from the top down would produce an even stronger image,
the recession is lovely and the sky suberb.
Nice colors in the sky & lovely layer in the misty mountains.
Shailesh
18 May 2008 10:01AM
Beautiful mood in this image. Nice work.
Very very nice.... love it.

Carsten
sketch 9 1.5k United Kingdom
18 May 2008 10:24AM
Looks fab to me Charlotte, the colours are just superb Smile

sarah x
ketch Plus
9 770 50 Turks And Caicos Islands
18 May 2008 10:32AM
Difficult play of here - recon a square crop would produce a stronger image BUT you then loose the tracks which Imo turn this shot from good to brilliant (and I certainly wouldn't crop from the top) - To be honest I think it is great as it is why tinker with something as good as this? The colours and the light are superb - nice recession in th emg too.

Best wishes

Robert
Pegon Plus
11 78 1 England
18 May 2008 4:34PM
Lovely shot. I like the layers in this. Great sky too.
Pete.
rontear Plus
13 8 8 England
18 May 2008 9:12PM
English countyside with a dash of mist, a beaut Samantha. Ron.
chrissd Plus
11 304 United Kingdom
19 May 2008 5:54AM
superb shot, would have got rid of the tyre tracks tho, they tend to keep your eyes on them Smile
chris
20 May 2008 12:11AM
Hi Charlotte,

This image is like a painting. I'm tempted to crop out the ground with the wheel tracks to focus my eyes from green grass foreground up to the whole scenery. Excellent shot.
Dennis

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