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jamescoates 11 44 United Kingdom
25 Apr 2007 12:09PM
Fantastic light you have captured in this one and the footprints are so effective in leading your eye into the shot. Great shot.

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Nick-T 12 45 United Kingdom
25 Apr 2007 12:43PM
Great, well balanced image. The sky looks great and the foreground just drags you in.

stevieb 14 3.0k 2 Panama
25 Apr 2007 1:31PM
Yo Steve. Now then, were they there already? Did you send someone off into the distance and make them hide behind the castle. Did you walk backwards from the castle? or did you run into the distance and scuttle back round the dunes? So many questions Smile Anyway the pool of light does it for me.
25 Apr 2007 1:37PM
Beautiful! Love the deep effect indeed. Lovely colours and lighting. Well captured.
ardbeg77 14 1.2k 6 Sao Tome And Principe
25 Apr 2007 2:07PM
Thanks folks - comments much appreciated.

Steve - trade secret, I'm afraid Smile Suffice to say - the dog got some funny looks in a pair of walking boots!

stevieb 14 3.0k 2 Panama
25 Apr 2007 2:10PM
Hmmmm a two legged dog, eh? The mind boggles Smile
field 11 Wales
25 Apr 2007 2:11PM
great light and colour tones. Excellent shot.
ardbeg77 14 1.2k 6 Sao Tome And Principe
25 Apr 2007 2:33PM
I've trained it to walk on its hind legs!

Thanks Phil.
riprap007 13 1.6k 37 England
25 Apr 2007 6:07PM
good light and minimalist textures, works well, needs to be viewed large as possible though as for me the thumbnail was not so appealing
bobalot 11 10 England
25 Apr 2007 6:21PM
wonderful shotlove the light and detail.

redstag 12 100 15 United Kingdom
25 Apr 2007 7:48PM
Fabulous sky.
ardbeg77 14 1.2k 6 Sao Tome And Principe
26 Apr 2007 9:48AM
Thasnk Nick, Bob, Jon.

Nick - I used to write 'please view large' - but appraently it's not polite Wink But you're right - this one definitiely works better bigger, there's more of a sense of space. Appreciate your comment.


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