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DunDiggin 13 64 2 United Kingdom
31 Aug 2007 9:19AM
This is an interesting shot to comment on. Its weakness is that all of the detail is distant. However, by effectively making this a cloudscape - emphasising the texture, with a minor portion of the image having interesting colour - I think you've made this a good shot.

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31 Aug 2007 9:21AM
I like this. The clouds are great.
mrswoolybill Plus
13 2.1k 2210 United Kingdom
31 Aug 2007 9:34AM
Lovely heavy sky bearing down on the border hills, really atmospheric.
mikeyjuggler 12 373 United Kingdom
31 Aug 2007 10:03AM
Like it, but cant say why! Rule of thirds tweaked? not sure, but it works for me
KevinMW 14 14 Wales
31 Aug 2007 10:07AM
Great dramatic sky makes it work.

User_Removed 16 524 England
31 Aug 2007 10:47AM
It's got a lovely "big" feel to it, and there's a nice patchwork of soft light. Against that it is very noisey (I assume high ISO as handheld???) and if anything it lacks something of a focal point. Overall though there is something appealing about it and I do like it Smile
woolybill1 Plus
13 31 76 United Kingdom
31 Aug 2007 2:01PM
Interesting that despite the amount of cloud there are so many light patches on the ground. Looking at the sky, though, there are distinct gaps in the cloud.
This is really a cloudscape, though something closer-to would help provide some sense of scale. But it is still a satisfying image, reminding me too that I must get out more!
Blenkinsopp 14 320 4 England
6 Sep 2007 8:19AM
the sky makes it
- a place I find difficult to capture as its so difficult to get any interesting focal point in the foreground to give any sense of depth
Tooth 15 5.8k 227 Ireland
1 Mar 2008 2:32PM
I've stumbled on this very late - it's a stunning cloudscape and you've got the right balance IMO between land and sky. It's a little bit flat looking, maybe a tiny boost in contrast would lift it, but hey, lovely stuff


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