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Rowley Woods

By Ammonyte  
I haven't posted anything in a long while. Back in the dark depths of winter I rather lost my mojo, and with one thing and another (illness and career change notwithstanding) photography went on the backburner.

However with the great weather coinciding with a great year for our local bluebell woods I ventured out and re-found my mojo.

I realise that these hdr and orton images are not to everyone's taste, but it's my gallery and I like it!

Tags: Bluebells Hdr Flowers and plants Digitally manipulated K10d Landscape and travel

Voters: norton, shaz4, Buffalo_Tom and 20 more

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norton 14 6 United Kingdom
13 May 2008 9:20PM
Nice work............


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shaz4 12 26 2 United Kingdom
13 May 2008 9:21PM
Can't say I personally like the treatment but the colours more than make up for it....
Buffalo_Tom 11 2.3k 9 Wales
13 May 2008 9:27PM
That is all that matters,just so happens I like it to.Nice one.Hope you keep you Mojo workin'.
User_Removed 10 172 1 United Kingdom
13 May 2008 9:34PM
I like it alot, think the Orten effect has really worked well, great work ( I know what you mean about losing your mojo, think mine has gone walk abouts too!)

danielwaters 10 93 4 United Kingdom
13 May 2008 9:41PM
I really like the effect. Normally I like simple borders, but this is something a bit different and it works really well for my tastes. The rest of the image is gorgeous as well by the way!
Ingleman 11 9 4
13 May 2008 10:13PM
This is a cracking image and beautifully presented. The border is like bevelled glass and works well. The orton is stunning and the overall effect is very beautiful....keep 'em coming! Andy I
comma 10 108 6 United Kingdom
13 May 2008 11:19PM
The ortonised look suits the image perfectly. From this I would definitely conclude your mojo is definitely on the upswing.
dmhuynh72 10 44 3 United Kingdom
14 May 2008 7:37AM
nicely done,
Spinal 11 78
14 May 2008 2:15PM
I really like your frame - it makes the landscape feel like its a part of a much larger space!

I find that many woodland/woody landscape images get a claustrophobic feel to them - your border really does away with this!


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