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damianlinley 16 10
3 Apr 2005 10:01AM
plutoman 16 347
3 Apr 2005 10:02AM
Another excellent shot Paul, good reflections, nice combination of lights and darks over the frame. Exposure looks about right. Like the mountains layers.

Well done
keithh 17 25.8k 33 Wallis And Futuna
3 Apr 2005 10:04AM
I like it from the plank fact from there it's bloomin lovely.
Boyd 17 11.2k 11 Wales
3 Apr 2005 10:06AM
Very good shot apart from the big lump of land on the bottom LHS which spoils it a bit for me.
Well captured and I like the piece of driftwood which adds a sense of scale.
Good picture, pity about the land in the foreground.
ThomasGorman 16 87 Scotland
3 Apr 2005 10:07AM
Lovely shot. Another cracker from the Loch.
3 Apr 2005 10:10AM
Great capture.
John_Duckett 16 386 2 Norfolk Island
3 Apr 2005 10:11AM
This is stunning. Love the colours and refelection

Skinz 18 94
3 Apr 2005 10:14AM
Wonderful image with great depth and clarity. The wooden plank in the foreground leads the eye so nicely into the shot.

Great work.

3 Apr 2005 10:14AM
Beautiful shot, I really like the reflections and colour.

User_Removed 16 386 2 United Kingdom
3 Apr 2005 10:18AM
A beautiful capture and composition.

andytvcams 18 10.4k 1 United Kingdom
3 Apr 2005 10:24AM
Yep that plank makes it for me,


JouŠo 17 56 Finland
3 Apr 2005 10:27AM
Fabulous shot!

mr g 16 403 3 United Kingdom
3 Apr 2005 10:33AM
Great reflection. Like the inclusion of the drift wood and the 'layers' of mountains
3 Apr 2005 10:38AM
Beautiful capture
silburkp 16 3 England
3 Apr 2005 10:46AM
Excellent shot, nice composition & some great colours.
3 Apr 2005 10:52AM
what a lovely shot
katieb 16 255 4 United Kingdom
3 Apr 2005 11:04AM
Great reflection and colours
terry_cavner 16 332 United Kingdom
3 Apr 2005 11:11AM
oh Yeah ...what a shot...did you take your own
ericfaragh Plus
17 149 5 United Kingdom
3 Apr 2005 11:18AM
Lovely subtle colours, beautiful light well caught. Don't much like the plank, personally.
den2il 17 203 England
3 Apr 2005 11:19AM
Beautiful colours and that reflection is awesome. Looks like that plank turned up just at the right time! Well spotted and captured Paul.

daviewat 17 4.1k Scotland
3 Apr 2005 11:28AM
Another nice image Paul, where did you drag that plank from ??????????????????????? Wink


Looks like your in for a bit rib taking over your lumber movements of late !!!!!!!!!!!
Falconer 16 16
3 Apr 2005 11:44AM
superb light, click
markthompson 17 13 United Kingdom
3 Apr 2005 12:02PM
Great image. Like the colours & superb reflection.
3 Apr 2005 12:04PM
A beautiful image.

kinfatric 16 550 9 Scotland
3 Apr 2005 12:05PM
Good shot I hope you stuck around for a few more shots of the sunsetSmiledont know if the plank adds or detracts from this one though. keep up the good work your portfolio is growing with terrific uploads.
claret 16 49 England
3 Apr 2005 12:13PM
Beautiful, Paul.
Paulean 16 United Kingdom
3 Apr 2005 12:19PM
stunning shot.
Dinda 16 90 United Kingdom
3 Apr 2005 12:20PM
Stunning shot, though really can't make my mind up about the plank! Maybe just a bit to big and therefore detracts from the rest of it?
gwyn h 17 432
3 Apr 2005 12:48PM
Personally speaking I think I'd have waded in and removed the plank first Paul and substituted it with a couple of labradors instead!!

A beaut all the same.

Paul_Barr 16 544 Scotland
3 Apr 2005 3:24PM
Thank you:

Damian, Craig, Keith, Boyd, Thomas, Craig, John, Richard, Chris, Lucien, Ian, Andy, Jouko, Rob, Jenni, Kelvin, Frank, Kate, Terry, Merl, Eric, Den, Dave, Robert, Mark, Kin, Khan, Iain, Georgina, Paulean, Gwyn and Shane for all your comments on this shot.

I think that opinion is divided on the inclusion of the plank. I found this floating in the water and didn't put it there, unlike yesterday's shot.

Thank you for taking the time to do the mod Boyd. I agree about the dark piece of ground. I had left it in to preserve some of the reflected cloud and didn't have the confidence/ability to do a good job of cloning it out.

Gwyn, unlike yourself I'm not getting my feet wet :o) Mind you, what about a couple of labradors floating on a plank. There's a challenge.

Dave, there's no truth in the rumour that I was seen leaving B&Q with various bits of wood for foreground props.

Thanks again,

janine_w 16 30
3 Apr 2005 3:55PM
Very calming scene.
Well done.
ptilley 19 11 United Kingdom
3 Apr 2005 4:09PM
Excellent Shot! Paul.
donnaree 16 36
3 Apr 2005 7:35PM
Excellent work.
The soft colors and reflections are wonderful.

old timer 17 55 1 Scotland
3 Apr 2005 10:40PM
Personally I like the plank in the FG.
tigerminx 16 237 South Africa
4 Apr 2005 4:34AM
Absolutely georgous. First class.
ian.daisley 16 96 6 England
10 Apr 2005 8:54AM
This is really nice. Agree with previous comments that the foreground is a bit heavy. A lovely scene all the same and I like the subtle tones of the mountains.

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