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AnnaBanana 13 119 1 United Kingdom
3 Nov 2006 8:48PM
Beautifully composed and exposed. I love the low viewpoint making the most of the foreground grasses.

Anna Smile

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inkapinka 15 10 United Kingdom
3 Nov 2006 8:50PM
very much like the perspective of this, well done!!
thorn 15 124 2 Scotland
3 Nov 2006 8:59PM
Hi Jon,great perspective,dof,colours/tones and presentation.Perfect.Take care.AnnSmile
Have a great weekend.
Darrenwooly 13 40 United Kingdom
3 Nov 2006 9:18PM
great composition, EXCELLENT sharp crisp detail, i would have this on a canvass, brilliant.

love it.
alyismad 13 9 Wales
3 Nov 2006 9:25PM
great dof every thing is good

NeilM 13 England
3 Nov 2006 9:27PM
stunning, what more can i say!!!!!

User_Removed 16 455 13 United Kingdom
3 Nov 2006 9:27PM
You're right. This is a big improvement and a really strong image.
pcjackso Junior Member 14 7
3 Nov 2006 9:31PM
A lovely Norfolk shot.very nice
Glostopcat 13 255 2 England
3 Nov 2006 9:43PM
Great shot of this windmill, like the foreground detail and low viewpoint
trissie 13 United Kingdom
3 Nov 2006 10:05PM
A brilliant composition, lovely colours and detail.

Trish x
wyatturp 14 2 England
3 Nov 2006 10:09PM
I must take a windmill picture not one picture i have, nice one i like.

anthhope 14 1 England
3 Nov 2006 10:17PM
Very well composed and great colours.
redstag 14 100 15 United Kingdom
3 Nov 2006 10:36PM
Thanks for all the clicks and comments, I feel I was right to have another play with the shot!
3 Nov 2006 11:03PM
Great image Jon, colour and composition are spot on, Adrian
ericfaragh 16 149 5 United Kingdom
3 Nov 2006 11:18PM
Great composition, good use of the wheat field.
LisaRose 13 172 4 United States
3 Nov 2006 11:19PM
I love the angle you used on this, very nice.
Sezz 14 619 15 England
3 Nov 2006 11:29PM
I prefer this too Jon, you certainly have moved on - took me some time to find the original in your PF though Wink Well presented too!

Sez Smile
Richard707 13 14 United States
4 Nov 2006 12:41AM
I don't know what the first post looked like, but this one looks real good. The light has a nice balance from foreground to background. Cool.
rhiw_com 13 24
4 Nov 2006 4:04AM
Impeccable composition Jon, and the detail is staggering.

Rg Tony
Gecko 13 25 Australia
4 Nov 2006 7:47AM
Delighted to be the 30th. One of the best windmill shots I've seen. Pam
redstag 14 100 15 United Kingdom
4 Nov 2006 7:52AM
Thanks everyone. I'm delighted I played with the original now!

Which, by the way you can see here, Quixote Moment

Thanks again.
MikeH 14 217 4 United Kingdom
4 Nov 2006 8:39AM
A big improvement on the original Jon,much bolder. P.S is a steep learning curve but you seem to be enjoying it,
Tandberg 16 1.2k 2 England
4 Nov 2006 9:02AM
Love it all Jon!
Cracking foreground and beyond and the light and colour are good
Nice shot
redstag 14 100 15 United Kingdom
4 Nov 2006 9:20AM
The biggest issue seems to be to know when to leave it alone Mike! Having said that, I am picking up a lot of useful stuff from EPZ and enjoying the chance to play with my shots. This has been a particularly useful exercise, it is amazing how different a shot can become by making slightly different decisions.
Thanks all for the comments.
backbeat Plus
13 134 1 United Kingdom
4 Nov 2006 9:38AM
a beautifully composed shot jon, and whatever PS work you have done must be very subtle as nothing obvious shows through....just a great photograph

newfocus 13 647 2 United Kingdom
4 Nov 2006 10:30AM
Great shot Jon. The bold use of foreground and low viewpoint really make it, and the improvement in processing over the original's worth the effort.

kinfatric 15 550 9 Scotland
4 Nov 2006 12:19PM
I like this low angle perhaps a little more blurr to the foreground as in dof may have been effective too
DiegoDesigns 13 117 6 United Kingdom
4 Nov 2006 6:59PM
A major improvement over the original, much 'punchier' and the tight crop suits it well. Progress indeed.

REKLAW 15 3 United Kingdom
4 Nov 2006 7:43PM
nice low angle,good use of the grass Jon,sets the scene well.
User_Removed 15 825 Lithuania
11 Nov 2006 2:21PM
super depth light and colour!... cracker!
26 Feb 2007 1:30PM
Tilting at windmills! I did that in my last-but-one image.

I like this vignette darkened image.
You've converted a bright sunny day, into a finely focused and dark/bright, atmospheric work.
And the central light is there, to remind us of the season.

I must look at the original.

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