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Dermot 11
18 May 2006 10:50AM
nice and simple

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proberts 13 218 4 Wales
18 May 2006 10:51AM
Cracking shot Neal,fabulous depth and colours.
Andrew.
Ade_Osman 14 4.5k 36 England
18 May 2006 10:51AM
But still a good composition....excellent!


Ade
18 May 2006 10:52AM
Beautifully composed. The shallow depth of field really works as it allows the sharp focus of the leaves while showing the detail of the background. One of my faves so far! Love it.
Adam
exclusive 12 579 United Kingdom
18 May 2006 10:53AM
great photo, well composed. clik
cdm36 13 391 7 England
18 May 2006 10:54AM
Use of dof works well.

Chris.
_ 12 535 4 Virgin Islands, British
18 May 2006 10:54AM
Works very well.
I'm not the world's biggest fan of bluebell shots, but this one certainly caught the eye.

Pleasing is the word I'm looking for.

John
old timer 13 55 1 Scotland
18 May 2006 10:56AM
Nice layering of colour and use of focus, Neal.
Jim
chase Plus
12 1.1k 246 England
18 May 2006 10:58AM
A different take on a Bluebell carpet,this is very appealing because of the dof you have used.The Bluebells whilst being the subject are almost incidental...if you know what I mean.Lovely image !
Janet
tonyjf 11 Ireland
18 May 2006 11:00AM
great composition. nicely different take on the classic bluebell shot. well done
t
rania 13 1
18 May 2006 11:02AM
A very original and creative way of showing the bluebells. Superb! Smile
Rania
billydo 14 79 United Kingdom
18 May 2006 11:03AM
Thank you very much everyone, the landscape version of this was very popular, but it looks like this portrait version may be even more liked.

Neal.
18 May 2006 11:03AM
Rather than using the detail of the bluebells you have used their colour to good effect in contrasting the sharp green leaves which works very well, most people might not have thought of the idea at the time.

David
midgemckay 11 46
18 May 2006 11:13AM
I agree with John - as time goes on it can be easy to skip the bluebell shots. That's why this one works so well - 'cos I never skipped it Tongue Using the blue as a colour rather than a detail is excellent.
Boyd 13 11.2k 11 Wales
18 May 2006 11:18AM
very nicely done.
davidcollins 12 108 1 Scotland
18 May 2006 11:25AM
great selective focusing and a great comp to this shot too.
Term Plus
11 86 9 England
18 May 2006 12:06PM
great shot, strong colours,

Ben
Camairish 11 1.4k Scotland
18 May 2006 12:11PM
Nice take on a tired subject - love the originality,

Ian.
JohnoP 12 2
18 May 2006 12:24PM
Nice overall composition which works well - John
fraser 13 631 14 Scotland
18 May 2006 12:44PM
Well spotted - a different take on a common subject.
wyatturp 11 2 England
18 May 2006 12:45PM
Big---------------click-----super.
irishman 13 1.1k 2 Ireland
18 May 2006 12:51PM
excellent shot on a commom theme at the moment.
fossilized 12 79 United Kingdom
18 May 2006 12:53PM
Lovely shot. Different from the norm and all the better for it.
pebbles 13 106
18 May 2006 12:54PM
Oh yes superb and extremely well taken shot, well done on an original take on bluebells.

Alethea
eos3 13 41 Wales
18 May 2006 2:01PM
Superb! Very creative clever shot.

Phil
User_Removed Junior Member 11 51
18 May 2006 2:26PM
A hint of bluebells and the green of spring. Subtle and beautifully thought through. A lovely shot.
Great colour and DOF works really well.
Nice one!
Atu
A_Harrison 12 260 Canada
18 May 2006 9:35PM
Super work.

Allan
Shane136 14 63 United Kingdom
18 May 2006 10:42PM
Really like this,well taken

Shane
19 May 2006 1:23AM
Superb, so effective and so simple.

Simon
tg 13 86 Scotland
19 May 2006 2:55AM
Lovely work.
Tg.
andytvcams 14 10.4k 1 United Kingdom
19 May 2006 3:56AM
Well done on the HC.

Andy...
billydo 14 79 United Kingdom
19 May 2006 10:26AM
Thanks again everyone, there's some really lovely comments about this image.

Pete, thanks also for the HC.

Neal.
martinproe 12 293 5 England
19 May 2006 10:45AM
Stunner, brilliant use of dof.
gwyn h 13 432
19 May 2006 12:10PM
A pair of simply cracking images Neal, both worthy of Pete's recognition, well done.

Gwyn
glazzaro 12 70 23 United States
19 May 2006 4:09PM
Excellent shot and congrats on the HC, well deserved! Spot on! Click!!!

Greg
billydo 14 79 United Kingdom
20 May 2006 11:04AM
Martin, Gwyn, Greg, cheers!

Neal.
KathyW 13 1.8k 12 Norfolk Island
24 May 2006 9:33AM
Very well deserved HCs for these bluebell shots. Just been catching up on your pf and I am green with envy - my local bluebell woods were a bit of a washout (and totally windswept) this year so I didn't get any good shots!
These are just superb though, very well done!
Kathy
5 Jun 2006 10:08AM
Nice composition and feel to this one.
John.
KBan 12 500 4 United Kingdom
6 Jun 2006 12:43PM
a well deserved H.C
keith
billydo 14 79 United Kingdom
8 Jun 2006 10:06AM
Kathy, John, Keith, thanks very much indeed.

Neal.
IanFlindt 12 740 21 United Kingdom
5 Jul 2006 11:11AM
Brilliant, Neal. An HC richly deserved.
billydo 14 79 United Kingdom
6 Jul 2006 9:17PM
Thank you Ian.

Neal.
13 Sep 2010 8:33PM
simple and strong colors well done ,paul

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