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Autumn Tarn's

By Dennis_Bromage
A bit more picture postcardy than my normal stuff but I always want my images to capture how it felt to be there at the precise moment the shutter was released and this was a beautiful sunny autumn afternoon so I hope that's what the image says???

Sorry I haven't been around much over the last few months but this is a super busy time for me not least because I'm tying the knot on Sunday Smile

Thanks for looking

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: BettyFlashlight, maryg, JPatrickM and 27 more

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wonderful image so lovely captured

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maryg 9 66 18 Scotland
14 Oct 2010 5:04PM
Beautiful scene , great warmth in the tones and like all the layers of trees and mountains , gives it great depth.Good luck on Sunday.
JPatrickM 11 2 United Kingdom
14 Oct 2010 5:06PM
Who cares about being labelled "picture postcard"? It's a beautiful shot, and nice to see a landscape that isn't over-saturated. The blue in those hills is sheer magic. All the best for Sunday, hope she understands about photography!
RonnieAG Plus
8 154 118 Scotland
14 Oct 2010 5:16PM
A beautiful landscape indeed, Dennis. And I send my very best for Sunday too.
monstersnowman 12 1.7k 1 England
14 Oct 2010 5:18PM
Lovely calm feel and lovely subtle colour.
tmann 13 4 2 United States
14 Oct 2010 6:10PM
a lovely scene
Lorn 8 United Kingdom
14 Oct 2010 8:36PM
Hi Den

as good as ever - will be thinking of you this Sunday, hope you & Helen have a great day...

14 Oct 2010 9:30PM
Super shot good reflection.....Adam
mattw 14 5.2k 10 United Kingdom
15 Oct 2010 12:03AM
Excellent Dennis.
The foreground stand out well, and the recession in the light on the hills behind is magical.

The colour pallet looks a little more 'mid day' than 'dawn/dusk' - and if that is the case, then you have used the difficult light very well indeed.
Dennis_Bromage 10 45 20 United Kingdom
15 Oct 2010 9:15AM
Hi Matt

Yes this is mid afternoon. Not dramatic light, more pretty and peaceful, which I think suits this beautiful little tarn perfectly. Not epz friendly but I like it Smile

knackeredoldman 9 120 7 United Kingdom
18 Oct 2010 7:48PM
lol, I know what you mean Den but what do photographers know about photography anyway? ;o)

I think you captured a lovely peaceful moment. Great depth of focus in large too.

Well done.

BillyGoatGruff 10 191 199 England
21 Oct 2010 7:41PM
Have a great Sunday, Den!

My turn on Thursday! Smile

Nice shot, BTW!!

Platchet 11 5 8 Wales
21 Oct 2010 10:13PM
A good strong composition with very natural lighting, works for me anyway.
jeronius 8 1 1 England
25 Oct 2010 9:34PM
Great photo as always Den.

I hope you had a great day and wedding all went to plan.

garymcparland 11 341 3 United Kingdom
28 Oct 2010 7:55PM
Nothing wrong with a bit of picture postcard work, looks great. Congratulations on getting wed hope all went well Smile


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