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The Last Flare of Light

By MattB1987    
Well I am sure that a lot of people are really enjoying the rain we've been having. Well this photo was taken yesterday evening when the rain miraculously disappeared for a nice sunset. I took a few shots just off an old airfield a few miles from the last too uploads.
I must say I am a fan of this grassy crop, I like how the light reacts with the blades of grass. However im not entirely convinced by this shot, I'm not sure whether the flared sun works or not, but I thought it was something a little different.

Well I shall leave it in your capable hands once more, and I hope you enjoy, all comments and critiques are much appreciated.

Thanks
Matt

PS Also, thank you for the great support on my recent photos too Smile

Tags: Sunset Nikon Norfolk D7000 Airfield Landscape and travel Deopham

Voters: Jonny5874, DaisyMay84, gwynn56 and 23 more


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Comments


30 Apr 2012 9:08PM
beautiful shot!
daisy x
zapar40 11 66 5 Wales
30 Apr 2012 9:27PM
beautifully done.
ant.
Ayoob 9 Australia
30 Apr 2012 9:56PM
Great capture and beautiful light ,colours...........Grin
Niknut Plus
11 2.9k 82 United Kingdom
1 May 2012 4:24PM
Beautiful shot !!.....love the light thro' the grasses, & the flare is fine by me !....top notch !!
annettep38 9 220 42 Luxembourg
3 May 2012 11:37PM
best composition in your serious series of wheat lines... The eyes focus to the line and follow it to the sun.
am enjoying a two day break in the rain, but not to much good I'm afraid with that rain coming back before the weekend..
paskinmj 12 11 1 United Kingdom
4 May 2012 1:13AM
Amazing landscape,
Matt
Great f/g grasses with the light coming thru.. Top notch
6 May 2012 8:03PM
So this is what the sun looks like. Smile
Great shot Matt

Mark

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