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By garymcparland    
Ballykeel dolmen, just over 7 km south west of the village of Camlough in South Armagh, stands at one end of the remains of its cairn rubble in a small enclosure. The notched capstone (the only one to have been replaced on a dolmen) barely rests on the uprights. The 'chamber' is about 1.5m wide x 3m long and faces south east.

I worked on this a good bit in Photoshop, dodging , burning etc.

Tags: General Digitally manipulated Dolmen Megalith Landscape and travel

Voters: looboss, pmorgan, woolybill1 and 18 more

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ValSaxby Plus
12 146 United Kingdom
27 Jan 2007 9:11PM
A lovely moody shot, Like your treatment for me it works really well. Good work


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bobalot 11 10 England
27 Jan 2007 9:31PM
great moody shot well done,

regards bob
BertC 11 29 Malta
27 Jan 2007 9:35PM
Lovely work ... great mood.
wamp 12 276 8 England
27 Jan 2007 9:46PM
Lovely moody shot - like what you have done to this

blackbird 11 159 15 United Kingdom
27 Jan 2007 10:13PM
good atmosphere, and some nice lichens in the f/g Smile
pmorgan 11 217 13 England
27 Jan 2007 10:45PM
Lovely dramatic capture, good foreground work.

AlleyCatz 12 274 6 England
30 Jan 2007 4:47PM
Great mood,atmosphere and tones to this image.A job well done.


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