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  • Tree on Orton-on-the-Hill

    Fantatstic warm colours with a good compisition and good exposure.
    • 20 Jul 2012 5:24PM
  • Llyn Cwmorthin

    A really good image Ian that works well in B&W, I still prefer your colour version but only just. I was in the area a few years back and whilst location searching on the internet I came across your images and description of this location on your website and it really inspired me to go and visit it myself. It really was a fantastic location, I went two days in a row and what amazed me about the place was how much it rained, even when everywhere else in the distance seemed to be in perfect sunshine. Did you keep walking and head up to Rhosydd Slate mine which is further up? Its a bit more of a walk but there are some fantastic remains up there, itís one of those locations I keep dreaming of going back to.
    • 10 Aug 2011 10:55PM
  • Boat houses

    A really nice shot and a good eye using the thatched roof on the left, I must have just missed you on Tuesday as I stopped off to photograph these myself at around 09:00 am.

    Chris
    • 12 Mar 2011 10:07PM
  • Dunstanburgh Castle

    I must admit this is one of those images I donít not like, but I am also surprised how many people do like the image and how little constructive criticism there is.
    I personally love the composition, the blurred water and foreground are excellent, however for me the sky is a bit dark compared to the foreground. Lots of people have also mentioned how good the light is, I would have to disagree and say the light is quite poor. Sure there is light on the scene but because of the clear sky itís not great quality light and I would ideally like to use the light coming from the other direction.
    I think if this was shot at sunrise, the low warm light would then not only illuminate the foreground rocks with warm light but it would also cast some lovely light on the cliffs and other areas that are currently in shadow and hopefully with a better sky the image would look fantastic.
    • 10 Sep 2010 1:27AM
  • Westleton Heath

    A fantastic image Ian, the punchy colours and warm light are all fantastic.

    All the best

    Chris
    • 6 Sep 2010 11:41AM
  • Brancaster

    A fantastic shot Jon.

    The exposure, contast, composition and light are all excellent.

    All the best

    Chris
    • 23 Aug 2010 12:27PM
  • The most photographed butterfly in Norfolk?

    A great image, I know these things are hard enough to see let alone get close enough to take pics of so you have done well here.
    • 7 Jun 2010 8:30AM
  • You have a stunning portfolio and its always a joy to see your work.

    Chris
  • Hi Simon, you have some wonderful images and I enjoy visting your portfolio.

    Chris
  • Hi Steve, I love looking at your pics of the Peak District, you have some wonderful pics and they are always a joy to view.

    Chris
  • You have a stunning portfolio with some wonderful images, wales has never looked so good.

    Chris
    • Posted on gwyn h's profile
    • 6 Feb 2006 2:12PM
  • Hi Jon, You have some wonderful images on here and on your website and I look forward to each new image you post.
  • Not sure how I missed your portfolio but you have some wonderful images.

    Chris
    • Posted on mrarth's profile
    • 3 Jan 2006 10:05AM
  • You have a wonderful portfolio Mike and its always a joy to view your images.
  • You have some great images Phil and they keep getting better and better.

    Chris
  • Hi Mike, You have a great portfolio with some wonderful images of the Dorset Coast.