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S_Psharma 4 1 India
17 Jun 2013 6:40AM
Avery high quality image.

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marktc Plus
5 85 14 United Kingdom
17 Jun 2013 6:58AM
I love the look and "feel" of the tree in the foreground, bleached bones spring to mind, pointing the way towards the castle... It's not just a high quality image Al, it's top quality. Magnificent
WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.6k 148 England
17 Jun 2013 7:07AM
The warm early light gives some lovely tones, especially the chestnut coloured log in the foreground. Very nicely arranged, pointing from the corner on a diagonal to the castle. The 2 secs smooths the water but not unnaturally so. and not a midge in sight! The log maybe a bit bright though (the far end is slightly blown as well) which makes it the focus of the image (unless this was your objective, of course) Smile

Dave
kel55 4 8 United Kingdom
17 Jun 2013 7:51AM
Another great shot Al , nice light
richmowil Plus
7 310 1 England
17 Jun 2013 8:35AM
Nice light, captured and presented well. Nice image!! I like it a lot!!
17 Jun 2013 10:01AM
Well thought out composition.
Cliff
almiles 6 38 102 United Kingdom
17 Jun 2013 10:40AM
Thanks Dr Sharma, Mark, Dave, Kel, Bill and Cliff! Smile

Quote:The warm early light gives some lovely tones, especially the chestnut coloured log in the foreground. Very nicely arranged, pointing from the corner on a diagonal to the castle. The 2 secs smooths the water but not unnaturally so. and not a midge in sight! The log maybe a bit bright though (the far end is slightly blown as well) which makes it the focus of the image (unless this was your objective, of course) Smile

Dave


Wasn't my intention to have burn out Dave, I did reduce the exposure on those areas in processing but the contrast on the wood was just too much for my camera sensor's lattitude. There weren't any midgies either, some mossies but this weekend was the first time I have been bitten by a midgie all year! Grin
almiles 6 38 102 United Kingdom
17 Jun 2013 10:54AM
Big thanks to Andy for his User Award, I'm dead chuffed! SmileSmile
fazzer Plus
7 54 7 United Kingdom
17 Jun 2013 1:01PM
Another beauty Al , I like the light in this shot especially on the trees and that touch of mist... Excellent photography Smile
widtink 4 406 2 Scotland
17 Jun 2013 1:53PM
Lovely foreground Al , top quality work Smile

Rod
Very nice capture Al, good comp with lovely detail and colour. quality work
Brian65 7 2 United Kingdom
17 Jun 2013 4:34PM
Simply Perfect! great image Al.
Brian
Niknut Plus
6 1.2k 68 United Kingdom
17 Jun 2013 5:16PM
Terrific squarescape !!!!.........beautifully composed, with top quality !!!........I've already used my UA, so it'll have to be a 'virtual' one !!.Smile
17 Jun 2013 5:25PM
Love it
John
17 Jun 2013 9:00PM
Beautiful light and composition.
Alun
almiles 6 38 102 United Kingdom
17 Jun 2013 10:07PM
Thanks Jeremy, Rod, John, Brian, Keith, John and Alun; very kind of you all Smile
A Booth 14 11 4 United Kingdom
18 Jun 2013 2:35PM
I prefer this to your previous upload, the lack of mist adds more impact to this nicely composed waterscape with interest in the foreground and the background.
almiles 6 38 102 United Kingdom
18 Jun 2013 2:42PM
Thanks Alan Smile
18 Jun 2013 4:20PM
A lovely image. I want to move into landscapes and its pictures like this that
give me incentive.
Chris
almiles 6 38 102 United Kingdom
18 Jun 2013 5:52PM
Very kind thanks Chris; your macro work is excellent and today's upload particularly so I've no doubt you could turn your hand to what ever you fancy! Smile
AnnJ Plus
4 5 Scotland
18 Jun 2013 5:59PM
Such a wonderful landscape, differing from others with such an interesting foreground and that hint of mist on the left. It's an image one can look at for ages and get so much out of it. Ann.
almiles 6 38 102 United Kingdom
18 Jun 2013 6:02PM
Thanks Ann, I've just got a dust bunny out of studying it! GrinBlush Ho hum, I'll get rid of it before making a print Smile

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