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deanl 11 313
29 Nov 2006 2:59PM
stunning work!

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EeeZeeLee 9 197 1 England
29 Nov 2006 3:05PM
Lovely rich colours, moody sky and great composition! Ian
NeilM 9 England
29 Nov 2006 3:18PM
what a great composition, like the clear water, well captured..

Neil
Falconer 11 16
29 Nov 2006 3:33PM
has a lovely mood to it
davidcollins 11 108 1 Scotland
29 Nov 2006 4:27PM
a very moody shot a great lead in with the river too.
davidcollins 11 108 1 Scotland
29 Nov 2006 4:29PM
a very moody shot a great lead in with the river too.
Buffalo_Tom Plus
10 2.3k 9 Wales
29 Nov 2006 4:38PM
A very well composed image.Love how the two trees act as a tunnel over the stream.Beautiful.
Tom.
paulcr 11 1.5k 9 Ireland
29 Nov 2006 4:43PM
Beautiful. Paul
JouŠo 12 56 Finland
29 Nov 2006 5:08PM
fantastic image...

Jouko
shane 12 7 United Kingdom
29 Nov 2006 5:34PM
Beautiful shot, love this

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Neil_Higgins 10 35 3 England
29 Nov 2006 8:57PM
Lovely landscape, well done.
best photo i've seen on ePhotozine all day Smile
dazzaman 10 631 England
29 Nov 2006 11:48PM
lovely
MikeBonsall 10 474 3 Guernsey
30 Nov 2006 8:47AM
a charming image. That little bit of light on the hill in the middle distance just adds the right amount of lift to the whole scene.

Mike
chesh 12 45 United Kingdom
30 Nov 2006 9:17AM
Hi,
Thanks very much for your comments.
This is one of those pictures that needed a bit of coaxing into being. With localised showers and fast moving clouds my metering was all over the shop. In the end, the only way I could get anything half decent was to shoot separate exposures at different times and sandwich them in PS.
Mike, glad you spotted that as it was the part of the picture that I waited the longest for. It's the top of the Langdale Pikes and in the original they have a nice crisp outline against the sky.
Thank you all for looking,
Dave
pfheyes 12 254 1 United Kingdom
30 Nov 2006 12:19PM
A place close to my heart, and you have captured the atmosphere perfectly.

Pete
pmorgan 9 217 13 England
5 Dec 2006 3:19PM
Lovely comp, real moody sky!

Rgds
Paul
Platchet 9 5 8 Wales
17 Dec 2006 12:51PM
A great landscape, I've tried sandwiching in PS but never had much success. Very impressed with your photo's Dave.
chesh 12 45 United Kingdom
18 Dec 2006 9:19AM
Thanks very much.

Gary, I've had more unsuccessful attempts at it than successful. With landscapes the biggest problem I've found is that there's often a very slight difference in the framing where something's moved, even with a hefty tripod weighted down.

Thanks for checking out my P.F.

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