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Charity 12 5 United States
3 Dec 2008 9:14AM
Gorgeous pov and comp!
GrahamNobles 13 9 4 England
3 Dec 2008 9:14AM
Well, it's not for storing the lawn mower!

Good shot Paul!
Graham
sut68 17 2.0k 77 England
3 Dec 2008 9:15AM
LOL Graham, not if that grass is anything to go by Wink

Ta guys,
Paul
TomHarper 12 16 2 Scotland
3 Dec 2008 9:24AM
Well composed and very dramatic shot. I like how you have kept the foreground sharp and great DoF. Having two points of interest makes my eye flick back and forward between the castle and the hut but not enough to spouil my enjoyment of this great shot.
rossi 17 142 11 England
3 Dec 2008 9:28AM
Nice image with superb foreground detail.

Ian
martinl 17 269 2 United Kingdom
3 Dec 2008 9:41AM
I've got one from more or less this angle as well, but I have never done anything with it, as I didn't think it was strong enough. This may have caused me to think again!
Nice.
Smile
JohnLynch 13 78 6 Ireland
3 Dec 2008 9:47AM
Good image - the two buildings create an interesting linear interest with a good contrast at either end.

JL
DaveU 15 1.4k 127 England
3 Dec 2008 9:57AM
I like this Paul. Nicely composed and good to see a different viewpoint from the norm. The sky looks a tad heavy to me top left and right though .... have you done any PP work on it.
sut68 17 2.0k 77 England
3 Dec 2008 10:12AM
No Dave, not really touched the sky ... apart from removing the faintest of colour casts from the Cokin filter. No curves work on it though or any dodge & burn either.

I know what you mean Martin, this one sat there for a while before I decided it had some merit.

Cheers all,
Paul
Hanners 15 875 10 Ireland
3 Dec 2008 10:29AM
i like this Paul, spot on composition and just the right amount of mood Smile
Barbaraj 14 450 England
3 Dec 2008 11:11AM
Like the composition and colours. The sky was good then.
Richsr 14 91 223 England
3 Dec 2008 1:21PM
Like the details and tones in this Paul - well captured.
Regards Richard
sut68 17 2.0k 77 England
3 Dec 2008 1:31PM
Thanks you three, much appreciated!!!
mark1309 14 13 United Kingdom
3 Dec 2008 1:33PM
Beautiful shot, lovely colours and composition,
Mark.
LesF 14 182 9
3 Dec 2008 1:41PM
Agree like the different view point, work well Paul

LesF
teepee 18 1.6k England
3 Dec 2008 3:13PM
very good image
proberts 17 218 4 Wales
3 Dec 2008 3:13PM
Well,i hope its not someones garage.They`ll have an hell of a job on their hands Wink
Lovely shot and comp Paul.
Andrew.
Silverzone 13 2 England
3 Dec 2008 4:41PM
Super image. Sylvia
TerryMcK 12 72 2 United Kingdom
3 Dec 2008 4:46PM
Interesting contrast in minimal colours & a well-composed shot. Shed could be the castle's outside loo!
Terry
daviewat 17 4.1k Scotland
3 Dec 2008 4:56PM
A huts a hut wherever Smile


Hard work today all that playing about in the snow covered highlands here with rivers frozen, sun shining Smile icey trees etc , i`m just knackered Smile


dave
sut68 17 2.0k 77 England
3 Dec 2008 5:08PM

Quote:Well,i hope its not someones garage

... the car would be tiny Wink

Envious as hell Davie, enjoy it mate!!!

Cheers all,
Paul
chris-p Plus
15 75 England
3 Dec 2008 6:29PM
Stood there many times...generally getting p#% wet through Smile
sut68 17 2.0k 77 England
3 Dec 2008 6:56PM
Why Chris??? ... there's a bench just out of shot, you could've sat down Wink
peugeot406 14 7 1 England
3 Dec 2008 6:57PM
Excellent image
Brian
sut68 17 2.0k 77 England
3 Dec 2008 6:58PM
Thanks too Brian Smile
chris-p Plus
15 75 England
3 Dec 2008 7:37PM
lol....i know,but i still get wet....must be me age Wink
sut68 17 2.0k 77 England
3 Dec 2008 7:54PM
LOL ... nice one Wink
britishlandscapes Junior Member 13 13
3 Dec 2008 7:58PM
Nice to see this location from a different perspective with great lighting

Derek
sut68 17 2.0k 77 England
3 Dec 2008 9:01PM
Thank you Derek, would've preferred more dramatic side lighting in all honesty, but I suppose you can't have everything Wink
martin.w Plus
19 603 28 United Kingdom
6 Dec 2008 9:13PM
Works for me Smile
sut68 17 2.0k 77 England
6 Dec 2008 10:19PM
Glad to hear it mate, not for all admittedly!!! Smile

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