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AnnaBanana 11 119 1 United Kingdom
29 Jun 2007 7:06AM
A wonderful reflection and lovely light. I like the feel of this one too!

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paulb20 Plus
10 12 United Kingdom
29 Jun 2007 7:24AM
Fantastic shot. Great lighting, great colour.
glyndwr 10 66 10 Wales
29 Jun 2007 7:56AM
You,ve worked hard on this shot.
A well composed shot,the pumphouse exactly where you would expect it.Also,the way it is lit from the left is very striking.
In addition the way the lighting has picked out some of the trees and they in turn show in beautiful reflections.
Not sure that the exposure is spot on but that dose not matter I think in this shot.
Congratulations,hope you get lots of votes for this.
ian_w 12 22 United Kingdom
29 Jun 2007 7:58AM
Lovely image, very tranquil.
Richsr 10 91 223 England
29 Jun 2007 8:28AM
Nice Image well spotted and captured. Like the reflecctions and the light in the trees.
phillj 11 2 England
29 Jun 2007 8:48AM
Now that's what I call a reflection. Great pic.

bayliner185 10 16 1 Northern Ireland
29 Jun 2007 10:00AM
Calm and serene, good image!

franken Plus
15 4.3k 4 United Kingdom
29 Jun 2007 12:58PM
A wonderful scene, the muted colours and the reflections are both very good.

Robak 11 6 England
29 Jun 2007 2:54PM
Thanks to all!
mrswoolybill Plus
10 1.1k 1767 United Kingdom
29 Jun 2007 4:47PM
Lovely peaceful scene, I like the balance of tones, soft greens with hints of yellow and blue, and the light catching the stonework.
woolybill1 Plus
11 22 70 United Kingdom
29 Jun 2007 4:56PM
First impression suggests that the colour is a touch too cold, but the early mist rising, along with the early light on the trees, dispels this. An enjoyable vista.
Tony_W 10 128 5
1 Jul 2007 9:25AM
I like this shot for all the reasons above. I also like the way the light shines through the middle window. It helps to give depth to the building when you can see inside, not just a two dimensional facade.
HUMIE 10 2 United Kingdom
2 Jul 2007 10:33PM
Superb image...I agree with Glyndwr,Bill,and Tony.
I'd have been delighted to have taken this image.

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