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Cole 14 53 16 England
21 Sep 2008 12:29PM
Cracking shot, very 'minimalistic'

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SugarDJ 9 1 England
21 Sep 2008 12:31PM
This is a lovely shot. The lighting is great adding something extra to the foreground.

LesF 11 182 9
21 Sep 2008 12:33PM
Well worth the climb and early start, a cracking shot

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12 11 6 United Kingdom
21 Sep 2008 12:36PM
Great light and I love the ferns nestling between the rocks.

21 Sep 2008 12:36PM
Love this Melanie. Great colours and subtle tones. Wouls perhaps have gone for a slightly higher viewpoint - talking feet and inches here, Wink - to make a bit more of the cracks in the limestone pavement as a lead in, but this doesnt really distract from the overall quality.
21 Sep 2008 12:43PM
Hi Melanie, this is a wonderful photograph, all the best Jerry.
Dennis_Bromage 10 45 20 United Kingdom
21 Sep 2008 12:44PM
Brilliant. For me the composition is perfect how it is.

21 Sep 2008 12:58PM
Wonderful light and lovely soft colours, a landscape to enjoy at your leasure Melanie, hope you are well and not working around the clock.

bobalot 11 10 England
21 Sep 2008 1:03PM
just a perfect shot, wonderful light and detail and to add to that a great p/f.

Rgds Bob
Leary 11 15 1 New Zealand
21 Sep 2008 1:08PM
the light looks fantastic. nice composition, and a very nicely taken shot.

BURNSIE 9 25 4 England
21 Sep 2008 1:10PM
Lovely start to the day, cracking photo, Great timing. Burnsie
49er 11 564
21 Sep 2008 1:33PM
Lovely image. I was there yesterday, but doing waterfalls..
CC 9 51 Wales
21 Sep 2008 1:33PM
Great composition & light
Lockhart 12 6 United States
21 Sep 2008 2:35PM
Absolutely superb. Outstanding composition and exposure. IMO a world-class image. You must have left home at 0300 hours to get to this spot at sunrise. And that is sure one heck of a climb!

My best regards and respect.

lostintime 10 13 5 Germany
21 Sep 2008 2:50PM
The light is gorgeous, super tones and composition.
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12 875 10 Ireland
21 Sep 2008 2:56PM
good composition and well taken Smile
21 Sep 2008 3:29PM
Wonderful shot
mhaseman 10 608 1
21 Sep 2008 3:42PM
Fab composition with a really attractive thumbnail drawing you in. Great capture. Lovely job. Cheers, Martin
JouŠo 13 56 Finland
21 Sep 2008 4:12PM
lovely shot, Mel...

Buffalo_Tom 11 2.3k 9 Wales
21 Sep 2008 4:37PM
Love the light on the ferns in between the rocks.Well taken landscape Melanie.
rogerbryan 13 397 United Kingdom
21 Sep 2008 4:42PM
Super shot. Compositionaly top notch image.

C_Daniels 13 399 10 England
21 Sep 2008 5:08PM
wonderful - must go there Smile
VintageRed 12 15 1 United Kingdom
21 Sep 2008 5:54PM
Lovely. Made by the foreground ferny thing!
Stunning light and composition, great image
User_Removed 10 485 13 England
21 Sep 2008 8:04PM
wow, what can i add that hasn't been said. STUNNING

nothsafoto 12 170 United Kingdom
21 Sep 2008 9:00PM
Very good all round.

carterart 13 74 United Kingdom
21 Sep 2008 9:20PM
Ah - wonderful. I got up early this morning, in need of water after a very late night celebrating my husband's birthday. I looked at the sky and saw something similar to this one but hadn't the energy to chase it. Glad you did so I know what I missed!
21 Sep 2008 10:30PM
I really like this, lovely image.
old timer 13 55 1 Scotland
22 Sep 2008 6:25PM
Just stunning!
MikeBonsall 12 474 3 Guernsey
27 Sep 2008 1:27PM
wonderful stuff

HUMIE 11 2 United Kingdom
27 Sep 2008 4:06PM
Just beautiful !

cheesey 11 2 United Kingdom
28 Sep 2008 5:53AM
Cracking image, nicely done.
IanFlindt 13 740 21 United Kingdom
28 Sep 2008 1:18PM
Inspiring quality photography, Melanie. I hope the new job's going well.
tripodted 12 32 1 Northern Ireland
22 Dec 2008 10:56PM
Beautifully captured image. I love the way the light is catching the bracken in the foreground.

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