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Had to have a go... :)

By djjurky
this morning i decided to finaly have a go on this castle, as i havent seen it before...except on photos here. it was my first visit, so composition is 'default'. didnt have much luck with weather... Thank you for having a look. any comments well appreciated! Dan

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: luckybry, rocky41, Kanovalov and 25 more

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luckybry 8 3 Scotland
13 Dec 2009 3:55PM
well worth the effort good shot

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Kanovalov 13 29 United States
13 Dec 2009 4:00PM
Yes, I agree, Well worth it ^_^
Great Capture
mudge Plus
15 1.0k 75 England
13 Dec 2009 4:04PM
Nice image! It has an errie feeling about it, particularly with the slow shutter speed bluring the water

The only comment I would make is that the tower is leaning to the right. This is because the horizon is not straight! It needs to be levelled up slightly
Except for that it's great
Richsr 11 91 223 England
13 Dec 2009 4:16PM
Like the foreground details and light - not sure that the castle looks right - seem to be learning a lot - prehaps a small tweak in PS would sort it.
Regards Richard
Cor 9 Belgium
13 Dec 2009 4:25PM
Agree with Richard.
Otherwise a fine landscape.
taggart Plus
13 47 13 United States
13 Dec 2009 4:25PM
Love how you did the rocks and water!
ripleysalien Plus
11 1.2k 11 United Kingdom
13 Dec 2009 4:52PM
I agree with Richsr with regards the castle, but its a great shot.
DavePrince 12 7 2 United Kingdom
13 Dec 2009 5:24PM
Love the overall shot.

13 Dec 2009 5:36PM
nice shot good exposure well taken.
13 Dec 2009 5:52PM
Great shot Dan, lovely f/g detail captured

13 Dec 2009 5:56PM
fraser 14 631 14 Scotland
13 Dec 2009 6:09PM
Great shot but needs the distortion of the castle corrected.
13 Dec 2009 6:28PM
thank you all for your kind comments...btw...i think thats distortion as well...thats why it leans! Smile

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