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IainF 11
9 Nov 2006 8:59PM
Very good colours; reminds me of a place very dear to me.

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DouglasLatham 12 454 England
9 Nov 2006 9:03PM
Great shot there Angie

Hanners Plus
12 875 10 Ireland
9 Nov 2006 9:04PM
great shot, with great light.

hotchef23 11 134 United Kingdom
9 Nov 2006 9:05PM
cracking compostion love teh colours you can feel teh atmosphere
sut68 14 2.0k 76 England
9 Nov 2006 9:20PM
Lovely light in this one missus. It was great the way the light was dancing around and dappling the landscape and you've caught that just right, lovey work.

Paul ;-D
juldon 15 78 England
9 Nov 2006 9:42PM
Great light on the hillside nice shot, Angie.

beaniebabe 12 2.3k England
9 Nov 2006 9:43PM
thanks guys Smile

Angie x
geoffwd 12 1 United Kingdom
9 Nov 2006 9:43PM
Beautiful almost haunting image
pcjackso Junior Member 12 7
9 Nov 2006 9:48PM
1st class the composition,colours and detail
debster 14 693 3 England
9 Nov 2006 9:59PM
Beautiful in its simplicity - love the light and tones.

robertb 12 Canada
9 Nov 2006 10:00PM
Lighting and colours are really effective - beautiful photo.
robertb 12 Canada
9 Nov 2006 10:00PM
Lighting and colours are really effective - beautiful photo.
tonyheps 15 6 1
9 Nov 2006 10:11PM
One day someone's going to take a dingy up to the moor and cut this tree down - but till then it will always get my vote!
Phil_Morgan 11 182 1 Wales
9 Nov 2006 10:15PM
Beautiful shot this. Really nice mood to it, wish it was mine! Maybe would frame the tree slightly more off centre, and run the image through neat image or noise ninja. Just observations though cos this is a fine capture.

beaniebabe 12 2.3k England
9 Nov 2006 10:19PM
Cheers guys Smile...tony what an idea ;o)

Phil thank you very much for you advice....but it's bad enough trying to do PS ;o)...I get confused very easily :o)))

Angie x
scottishphototours 14 2.6k 2
9 Nov 2006 10:25PM

It's OK, but I always prefer the shot with the Black Mount behind - so much more dramatic than this view I always think.

I'd have included the sky - it looks to be more dramatic than the foreground here.
DolphinLady 12 54 1 Wales
9 Nov 2006 10:39PM
Wonderful colours you've captured in this shot.
Think I would have put the tree off centre though.
I must be the only person that doesn't know this tree, but then I don't get out too much.
MalcolmS Plus
12 1.2k 13 England
9 Nov 2006 10:43PM
Superb colours Angie, great clarity, but the tree is a bit central for me

9 Nov 2006 10:45PM
Lovely photo angie!
Ben x
sut68 14 2.0k 76 England
9 Nov 2006 10:45PM
I don't mind the positioning of the tree Angie. Anyway, don't forget to change your tag to 'rowardennan06' though.

beaniebabe 12 2.3k England
9 Nov 2006 10:53PM
thanks guys Smile

Paul I dont mind either, but when looking at them in the car it did cross my mind about it being to central.

I keep typing the wrong tag :o(((

Angie x
Bexphoto 13 99 United Kingdom
9 Nov 2006 11:06PM
Fantastic light Angie, it all disappeared when we got there! I love the tones in this, very peaceful looking.

martin.w 16 520 22 United Kingdom
9 Nov 2006 11:08PM
Glad to award you an RC, a lovely image.
beaniebabe 12 2.3k England
9 Nov 2006 11:08PM
thanks Bex Smile should of walked quicker ;o)))

thank you Martin Smile

Angie x
Nigel_95 Plus
12 262 2 United Kingdom
9 Nov 2006 11:24PM
I like the light on the slope in the background, the colours and the sky. Lovely shot.

Gecko 12 25 Australia
9 Nov 2006 11:33PM
What a doozie! Love it! Pam
SuziBlue 15 16.2k 10 Scotland
10 Nov 2006 1:29AM
What incredible lighting, Angie. Makes the whole thing shine gloriously. Personally I'm not bothered by the tree being in the centre - it's balanced by the formation of the ?rocks ?hillocks just in front of the next stretch of water and brings the bg and the fg together. I fink. What am I blathering about! But you know what I mean 8-]

A real beauty of a shot 8-]
PatrickSmith 13 1.2k 2 United States
10 Nov 2006 6:22AM
Even I know about 'the tree.' I especially like the backlighting here. Can't see any problems to critique.

Buffalo_Tom 11 2.3k 9 Wales
10 Nov 2006 7:23AM
Wonderful tones and lighting.Superb shot.
beaniebabe 12 2.3k England
10 Nov 2006 7:47AM
Thank you very much one and all Smile

Angie x
vparmar 13 7 United Kingdom
10 Nov 2006 8:12AM
lovely tones and lighting - well captured

colin 13 697 5 Scotland
10 Nov 2006 8:30AM
Jealous about the lighting 8-(
It was grey and dreich when we visited this spot.
I quite like the central positioning of the tree.
beaniebabe 12 2.3k England
10 Nov 2006 8:34AM
thank you vinny and Colin Smile

Angie x
ktcam 13 457 Scotland
10 Nov 2006 8:39AM
For someone who thinks they can't do 'landscape shots' I think you got it wrong! This is a beautiful image. The light and composition are just right. I don't see anything wrong with the tree in the centre as it seems to me, that it is precicely where it should be! Nice shot Angie Smile
beaniebabe 12 2.3k England
10 Nov 2006 8:48AM
Thanks katie Smile

Angie x
sut68 14 2.0k 76 England
10 Nov 2006 8:49AM
There you go ... have faith in yerself missus Wink
beaniebabe 12 2.3k England
10 Nov 2006 9:05AM
:-P...I only have the faith my friends provide ;o)

Angie x
RoddBC 12 40 United States
10 Nov 2006 9:34AM
Well spotted and timed just right for the light! The tree is perfect for composition to me. Great capture Angie.

VintageRed 12 15 1 United Kingdom
10 Nov 2006 10:04AM
Hi Angie - I like this although the tree is a little centrally placed. That said, I guess you were caught by the dilemma of good light on the b.g. to the left and on the rock in the f.g. on the right. Nick.
Alison_S Plus
12 339 United Kingdom
10 Nov 2006 10:27AM
Lovely light and colours, great looking sky too.

jeanie Plus
14 6.0k 6 United Kingdom
10 Nov 2006 1:23PM
The capture of the sunshine on the moor is what wins here - fabulous capture Angie!
I too took my shot this way as taking it the "traditional way" with the mountain in the background would have been pretty useless being as the sunlight (and the rainbow) was in this direction. You should be proud of this matey.

beaniebabe 12 2.3k England
10 Nov 2006 3:49PM
Thank you very much everybody Smile

Angie x
viscostatic 11 36 5 United Kingdom
10 Nov 2006 5:23PM
Beautiful lighting and colours. Excellent exposure throughout.

TeresaH 13 1.1k United Kingdom
11 Nov 2006 6:32PM
What a great looking tree. Nicely captured with the foreground reeds.


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