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Rylands 8 1 2 United Kingdom
23 May 2008 9:23AM
Superb image Tel

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MickyMc 9 8 United Kingdom
23 May 2008 9:30AM
Great viewpoint
TelStar 11 116 United Kingdom
23 May 2008 9:33AM
Thanks folks. Gotta get going up to a Lindisfarne meet right now. Have a good weekend. Cheers.

C_Daniels 11 399 10 England
23 May 2008 10:33AM
The interesting foreground object dominates I think Terry - what is it...?
Cormy 9 3 England
23 May 2008 10:48AM
Lovely image,fine composition.
NeilM 10 England
23 May 2008 11:09AM
like this a lot, well taken.

23 May 2008 11:16AM
Great light and colour
23 May 2008 1:08PM
Beautifully composed image.

mrswoolybill Plus
9 986 1501 United Kingdom
23 May 2008 3:01PM
Ah the red capstan, another northern icon! Super perspective, and the figures add interest to the focal point.
Enjoy Holy Island, looks as though you'll have decent weather.
danbrann Plus
12 628 17
23 May 2008 5:48PM
Good composition although the two figures are difficult to find.
23 May 2008 6:18PM
great low angle & tones !
fatmod 10 22 England
23 May 2008 7:16PM
fantastic a pleasure to be the 30th
A Booth 14 11 4 United Kingdom
23 May 2008 7:32PM
wonderfully composed with the strong foreground interest - the huddled figures add scale.
pamelajean Plus
10 969 1834 United Kingdom
23 May 2008 7:48PM
I like the amount of space given to the paving stones, the capstan and lighthouse. In the small version, the two figures look like a dog to me. I can, however, make them out in the large version. Overall, I like the composition very much.
Pegon 11 78 1 England
23 May 2008 10:15PM
Nice light, detail and textures captured here, well composed.
mjharps12 8 34 United Kingdom
24 May 2008 7:30PM
good shot well worked on Smile

redstag 10 100 15 United Kingdom
25 May 2008 11:03AM
A superbly detailed image with a cracking composition. I wonder if allowing the background to drift out of focus would make a stronger image, really focussing the attention on the capstain and allowing the figures to become more mysterious.

TelStar 11 116 United Kingdom
25 May 2008 10:36PM
Hi everybody. Thank you very much. Just back from the NE coast photo weekend. I'll try to catch up with you all soon.


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