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covey Plus
13 1.7k Ireland
4 Oct 2009 2:56PM
Nice, very nice.

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An excellent shot.
Ian-Munro Plus
10 200 15 Wales
4 Oct 2009 3:01PM
Love it mate.
fantastic composition,well taken.dave
Great shot!!
very nice image,great sky and reflection..

cassiecat Plus
9 39 46 England
4 Oct 2009 3:58PM
works for me.lesley
DaveMead Plus
8 23 14 United Kingdom
4 Oct 2009 4:14PM
Fantastic image.
4 Oct 2009 4:48PM
amazing shot
JouŠo Plus
13 56 Finland
4 Oct 2009 5:39PM
excellent work!

Coleslaw Plus
12 13.4k 28 Wales
4 Oct 2009 6:16PM
possible to have the buildings in between the railing?
Superb shot - well done indeed !

Phil_Morgan Plus
11 182 1 Wales
4 Oct 2009 7:59PM
Have an RC mate. Been toying with going here for ages, will have to give it a go.

4 Oct 2009 8:02PM
4 Oct 2009 9:57PM
Very nice picture indeed!
4 Oct 2009 10:42PM
Love it. The lead in lines of the railings to the sun-rise is well done. Fantastic image, great veiwed large, well done.

4 Oct 2009 11:06PM
Hi Rob,

The lighting, composition and the graphic nature of this image is superb.

I just have one small niggle. The second bar/rail down cuts right through the top of the buildings (and reflection) opposite, in my opinion, it spoils what is essentially a killer shot! I would have been tempted to get even closer to the gap between the top and middle bar and included the whole building and reflection. This may not have been possible but certainly worth a try.

Hope this helps.

Buffalo_Tom Plus
11 2.3k 9 Wales
5 Oct 2009 5:30AM
Beautiful image and well observed Rob.Terrific.
Superb image, great job
IanFlindt Plus
13 740 21 United Kingdom
5 Oct 2009 9:44PM
A fascinating and inspired perspective, Rob. Like Andrew, I found myself wishing I could see the buildings and their reflections in their entirety framed between the handrails, but I can imagine this would have been almost impossible without losing the strong graphic lines of the handrails themselves.
Rob_Taylor Plus
13 661 5 Wales
5 Oct 2009 9:51PM
My main concern when composing this was to hide the sun behind the railings. I've managed to do that here, although it's a bit hard to appreciate but the sun was causing a lot of glare and flare when hitting the filters. I also wanted to include the mooring rope bottom right and get the perspective of the railings.
I realise now that the buildings are being obscured and the shot would be better if they weren't but that wasn't my priority at the time. Hindsight eh?!
Thanks everyone for your comments and votes.
Thanks Ian, Cole and Andrew for your constructive comments.

Coleslaw Plus
12 13.4k 28 Wales
5 Oct 2009 9:53PM
First time someone called my comment as constructive.... cheers... LOL

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