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glyndwr 12 66 10 Wales
3 Nov 2007 5:51PM
Lots of quality in this.
The light and rays along with the road really show off the wonderful rolling alopes.

Robert

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Hanners 13 875 10 Ireland
3 Nov 2007 6:01PM
love the light, great shot Smile
joolsb 14 27.1k 38 Switzerland
3 Nov 2007 6:14PM
Top stuff, Simon! Charlie Waite has also done a version of this - although his doesn't include the road. The road actually emphasises the sweep of the landscape so I reckon he missed a trick there. Wink
TeresaH 14 1.1k United Kingdom
3 Nov 2007 6:16PM
Great light Simon on unusual terrain. The wide angle really compliments the curve of the road.

Teresa
JouŠo 15 56 Finland
3 Nov 2007 6:20PM
awesome, just awesome!

jouko
carterart 15 74 United Kingdom
3 Nov 2007 6:42PM
Cracking location and great light - well composed
SueEley 13 279 96 Wales
3 Nov 2007 7:38PM
A lovely picture which emphasises the sensuous curves in the landscape.
blackbird 12 159 15 United Kingdom
3 Nov 2007 8:47PM
super capture, and I agree with joolsb comment above
Steve-T 12 56 66 England
3 Nov 2007 8:49PM
Great curve in the road. Super light.
Steve
wasper 13 533 1 Ireland
3 Nov 2007 9:19PM
Love the s shaped road. The green colour is briliant.
MeanGreeny 13 3.7k England
3 Nov 2007 10:55PM
Thanks everyone. I saw the Charlie Waite shot after my first visit when I thought it looked kinda familiar.

I decided I had to do something different from him and it took me between 8 and 10 visits to get it nailed. I guess persistance pays off after all Smile

The Manger - 3rd Pic down
flyingseale 12 400 3 United Kingdom
3 Nov 2007 11:02PM
The wide angle gives a the appearance of a wonderfully distorted landscape.

Mike
User_Removed 13 51
4 Nov 2007 9:46AM
Wonderful use of your wide angle lens and stunning light.

Derek
MalcolmS Plus
13 1.2k 13 England
4 Nov 2007 5:24PM
Great colours and tremendous capture of the rays Simon

Malcolm
MeanGreeny 13 3.7k England
4 Nov 2007 6:17PM
Thanks for the kind comments everyone. How do you like the B&W version here ?:

Mono Version
ericfaragh 15 149 5 United Kingdom
4 Nov 2007 7:35PM
Beautiful shot, but I think that I prefer the bw because it seems to bring out the contours of the land more.
HUMIE 12 2 United Kingdom
7 Nov 2007 11:12PM
Simply stunning.
+Mike+
MeanGreeny 13 3.7k England
8 Nov 2007 8:05AM
Thanks Eric & Mike, It's a fantastic spot.
andrewrit 12 3 Northern Ireland
12 Nov 2007 8:43PM
Excellent colours This is a wonderful image
Andy

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