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adversa 14 1 United Kingdom
13 Nov 2004 12:34PM
Striking image! Well done. Bill

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Portknockie 11 48 Scotland
13 Nov 2004 12:41PM
Yes well done.

Don
trudi 12
13 Nov 2004 1:13PM
Like it.
13 Nov 2004 1:14PM
Good capture, just a shade too light as you can see on the highlights on the leaves. click
A very interesting abstract shot. Love the pattern and the very Autumnal leaves *click*
Suey xx
BrianM 13 6 United Kingdom
14 Nov 2004 1:22AM
Thanks for taking a look Suey, appreciated. I hesitated on this post, not sure it's up to standard but thought I'd give it a go, still not sure.
ericfaragh 12 132 3 United Kingdom
14 Nov 2004 1:51AM
Nice and sharp, well worth posting, although the thumb really doesn't give a clue as to it's impact. I only looked because I saw it in your portfolio, Brian. Might benefit from a touch more saturation and a slight lowering of the highlights perhaps? Well done.
tull 13 181 United Kingdom
14 Nov 2004 2:57AM
Well spotted Brian,lovely textures and colours,reall like this.

Mark.
eddieali1961 12 97 United Kingdom
14 Nov 2004 5:03AM
Great shot.
Eddie.
14 Nov 2004 8:29AM
It's a nice composition but something's not quite right, it is perhaps a bit too light and maybe a touch oversharpened. I tried it in photoshop, copy layer and put in multiply blend mode - that gives it a bit of wow!
BrianM 13 6 United Kingdom
14 Nov 2004 8:33AM
Thanks, Eric, Mark & Eddie, viewing and comments appreciated.

Eric - you may have noticed in my reply to Suey that I hesitated in posting this one, can't seem to get it quite right whatever I do.
BrianM 13 6 United Kingdom
14 Nov 2004 8:37AM
Thanks Lydia for your input too, appreciated. I really must get to grips better with my editing program (PSP8) for whatever I did didn't seem to do the trick - what you mention moves beyond my working knowledge and I'm inclined to learn as needed. One or two books on my Christmas list may move me on - just have to make sure I don't spend so much time on them I take no photographs.
14 Nov 2004 8:45AM
I know nothing about PSP I'm afraid, I've never even seen it!. I'm learning PS as I go along (mainly by 'pressing buttons' to see what happens. Smile
BrianM 13 6 United Kingdom
14 Nov 2004 9:02AM
All similar Lydia, I have most of the basics mastered but keep wondering if there is an order things would be better done in and the best way to tackle the more 'complex' operations.
It's definately up to standard Brian. I've come back to have a second look and I still like it :o)
Suey xx
BrianM 13 6 United Kingdom
15 Nov 2004 1:16AM
Thanks Suey :o)
15 Nov 2004 3:26AM
Wonderful textures in the drain cover, simply but striking Brian.
Richard
BrianM 13 6 United Kingdom
15 Nov 2004 3:30AM
Thanks for taking a look, Richard, and for the kind comment, appreciated.
16 Nov 2004 5:47AM
Ooh I like it as it is Brian, great angle!

Mary
BrianM 13 6 United Kingdom
16 Nov 2004 5:57AM
Thanks for taking a look and for the comments, Mary, appreciated as always. Took this the other year, spotted it at my feet whilst waiting on a seat for my wife to return from shopping.
old timer 12 55 1 Scotland
17 Nov 2004 8:54AM
Nice pattern, Brian.
Jim

Will look at all I've missed in my week-long absence and will click as appropriate, but won't necessarily comment on everything as there's far too much!
BrianM 13 6 United Kingdom
18 Nov 2004 12:39AM
Thanks for the viewing Jim, appreciated.

No worry about missed shots, I can't keep up at the best of times :o(
Atlas 13 621 United Kingdom
18 Nov 2004 9:31PM
Really great image Brian, very sharp too which I feel suits the image well ☼☼☼☼☼

Rob
BrianM 13 6 United Kingdom
19 Nov 2004 4:51AM
Thanks for taking a look, Rob, and for your comments, appreciated. I was concerned I had been a bit heavy handed (again) with sharpening.

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