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Carl40 15 18 United Kingdom
19 Apr 2006 10:49AM
Wonderful image with good light and colour
tepot 17 4.4k United Kingdom
19 Apr 2006 10:50AM
the distortion caused by the wide angle makes me dizzy in the big view, nice one!
JuliaB 16 110 2 United Kingdom
19 Apr 2006 10:51AM
I was just admiring this with my husband. He said it's not really of very much - I said what great perspective with a wide angle and it's a cool shed. I scroll down and see it's my epz friend Richard. Genuine impression without bias there! The foreground rock is really in-yer-face on the large image and I rather like it. Julia
plutoman 17 347
19 Apr 2006 10:52AM
Pleasing wide angle shot Richard, in yer face and bold as brass Smile

Potto 16 19 United Kingdom
19 Apr 2006 10:56AM
Lots of impact, like the forground rock and the use of a wide angle. Click.
rhion 17 36 United Kingdom
19 Apr 2006 11:02AM
Well, that's a positive start and many thanks to you, Carl, Terry, Julia, Craig and Stephen. Comments always appreciated.
Julia - Glad you disagreed with your husband on this!Wink He's wrong of course (hubbys always are!!).
Thanks everyone.
John_Horner 16 12 2 England
19 Apr 2006 11:03AM
A nicely seen image well captured.
freds 17 184 England
19 Apr 2006 11:04AM
Great composition.
SuPlied 15 5 United Kingdom
19 Apr 2006 11:07AM
Agree that the perspective really works - almost feel like I've fallen off the rock! Great! Deb
joolsb 16 27.1k 38 Switzerland
19 Apr 2006 11:07AM
I'm with Juliam here. Plenty of impact, a great sky, nicely balanced composition with the foreground rock balancing the cloud and a good use of intersecting diagonals. Spot-on.

If I was being nit-picky, I'd point to the scanning noise/posterisation in the sky - it rather lets down a top-notch shot.
tigerminx 17 237 South Africa
19 Apr 2006 11:10AM
Wide Angle photography in style... Great shot.
dp 17 165 3 United Kingdom
19 Apr 2006 11:16AM
Everything is there.

rhion 17 36 United Kingdom
19 Apr 2006 11:24AM
Thank you all for the kindly words, kind of you to take the time to comment.
Julian - you're quite right about the noise - it's on the original scan but not so pronounced. I haven't examined the slide in great detail and my slide scanner has just imploded so I can't do it again!
TaKing 16 2
19 Apr 2006 11:26AM
Nice angle. Nice image.
juldon 18 78 England
19 Apr 2006 11:28AM
The impact on this is amazing. The colours also make this image something special.

Well done Richard this had better reach the dizzy heights Smile

Julie x
rhion 17 36 United Kingdom
19 Apr 2006 11:32AM
Thanks both of you.
Julie - bit of luck and a following wind...
ericfaragh Plus
17 149 5 United Kingdom
19 Apr 2006 11:40AM
Great low viewpoint, excellent use of the wide angle.
pcjackso Junior Member 16 7
19 Apr 2006 11:43AM
Stunning shot with brilliant colours
katieb 17 255 4 United Kingdom
19 Apr 2006 12:16PM
Love the low view point and combined with that wonderful wide angle and great colours it all comes together to make a great image.
franken Plus
19 5.3k 4 United Kingdom
19 Apr 2006 12:20PM
Excellent use of a wide angle. Composition is great. Lovely colours.

lcmerrin 16 17 England
19 Apr 2006 12:22PM
Excellent angle in this - I love the sky. On a personal note - thanks for the support.



19 Apr 2006 3:17PM
Wonderful image with great comp, color & presentation
Excellent use of a wide angle
Great feel in this shot. Superb!
rhion 17 36 United Kingdom
19 Apr 2006 11:16PM
Eric, Pauline, Kate, Ken, Lehan, Ivana and Atu - many thanks for taking the time to have a look and commment - muchly appreciated.
AngieLatham 17 790 2 United Kingdom
19 Apr 2006 11:21PM
Fabulous, one of my faves without a doubt. I want a 10-20mm lens so that I can get this kind of result....maybe the next camera! :-(
I reckon this would make a great moonlight shot,theres a space just there in the clouds...... ;-P
19 Apr 2006 11:41PM
hey my vote made it RC and well deserved fantastic shot!
rhion 17 36 United Kingdom
19 Apr 2006 11:42PM
Just for you Angie - one moonified modification has been addedSmile

Thanks Alex (lex99) for handing me the RCSmile

19 Apr 2006 11:51PM
Great impact with this photograph, the colours fix your gaze, very well put together shot as usual great imagination used to make the scene,well done Richard, Adrian
ChrisOs 16 2 1 United Kingdom
20 Apr 2006 12:02AM
Cracking shot. Everything else has been said already.
bliba Plus
15 2 Austria
20 Apr 2006 12:03AM
rhion 17 36 United Kingdom
20 Apr 2006 12:18AM
Thank you Adrian (despite no clickSad ), Chris and Ollie - comments appreciated as ever. Very pleased at the response to this one I must saySmile
Cronk 16 6 United Kingdom
20 Apr 2006 1:45AM
I like this Richard, great angle and some really nive textures and colours. I think the sky's brilliant.

rhion 17 36 United Kingdom
20 Apr 2006 1:51AM
Just good fortune with the sky Paul - we all need a bit of luck don't we?
Thanks for the comment, good of you.
juldon 18 78 England
20 Apr 2006 2:16AM
Great an RC told ya it would.
A moon Richard are you ok, no fairies though Sad
Well done.
rhion 17 36 United Kingdom
20 Apr 2006 2:26AM
Bother! Forgot the fairies....
Thanks Julie - you're a good judgeSmile
20 Apr 2006 3:12AM
Sorry Richard, did mean to click, have done now, Adrian
rhion 17 36 United Kingdom
20 Apr 2006 3:25AM
Extra special thanks for returning Adrian - good chap!
sputnki 17 10 Canada
20 Apr 2006 3:29AM
Smashing Richard! Lots of strong primary shapes and organic curves, colour (didn't think you knew how to turn the colour setting on!) and big as the sky. The mod you did is also a very strong image (I might even like it a smidge over the original!) with the desaturated look and the great job with the lighting.

Great piece of work on this one!

xinia 16 54
20 Apr 2006 4:27AM
excellent Richard - very dramatic
20 Apr 2006 4:40AM
Wow the large version is great, love the angle!
rhion 17 36 United Kingdom
20 Apr 2006 5:08AM
Doug, Maggie and Morgan - thank you, as ever it's good to hear from you.
Doug - glad you like the mock-up modWink As for colour, odd, new-fangled stuff, not to be trusted if you ask meSmile)
P.S. Must be something about this image - lots of comments but missing clicks, even young Morgan forgot:-(
AngieLatham 17 790 2 United Kingdom
20 Apr 2006 9:13AM
lol....thanks Richard! .....all you need now is a little fai........
rhion 17 36 United Kingdom
21 Apr 2006 5:03AM
Smile Now then Angie, don't push your luck.....
rhion 17 36 United Kingdom
21 Apr 2006 7:20AM
This got to the 40 click mark about the same time as the "Digy-film Mixer" shot so lots of thanks to all clickers and commenters - I do appreciate it.
BobbyHB 15 2 England
22 Apr 2006 8:01AM
Well done Richard.Sorry to be so late,but better late then never! (Can't see any butterflies though!) Smile)
rhion 17 36 United Kingdom
22 Apr 2006 9:25PM
Thanks Bob, "lateness" not a problem - all c&cs welcome hereSmile As for the butterflies, they're away with the fairiesSmile
rosie42 17 7 Australia
25 Apr 2006 9:22PM
Plenty of impact in this great capture, Richard ... well done!

Susie :o)
rhion 17 36 United Kingdom
26 Apr 2006 7:45AM
Thanks Susie - I like to create an impact!
TommyStr 15 9 3 Norway
30 Apr 2006 3:39AM
Great wide-angle view! Good composition and fantastic colours. A winner..!
rhion 17 36 United Kingdom
30 Apr 2006 4:02AM
Tommy - thanks for dropping in and commenting, I appreciate it.
nitromethane 17 26 United Kingdom
18 May 2006 10:49AM
Class photo. Love the low angle you have chosen
rhion 17 36 United Kingdom
18 May 2006 11:22AM
Thanks Simon - yep, I was amongst the sheep poo thereSmile
tripodted 16 32 1 Northern Ireland
28 May 2006 1:17PM
Love the colours in the shed and the blue in the sky.Also well composed. Great shot.
rhion 17 36 United Kingdom
28 May 2006 11:19PM
Thanks Ted, much appreciated.

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