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Irishkate Plus
7 41 114 United Kingdom
28 Apr 2013 12:26PM
Stunning - like the retention of some water movement and the light on the water going over the f/g rocks.
Land on the horizon is a great shape.

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fazzer 9 54 7 United Kingdom
28 Apr 2013 12:28PM
Thanks Kate Smile
Franko59 6 3 2 England
28 Apr 2013 1:17PM
Superb!,,, regards Ian
marktc Plus
7 101 15 United Kingdom
28 Apr 2013 2:41PM
A real gem Jeremy, you've captured some wonderful light in the foreground and the movement is just splendid. Terrific matey
NDODS 7 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
28 Apr 2013 6:14PM
An unusual coastal composition from the subject point of view. The large slab of rock making for both and interesting geological feature and also one in which one can form the basis of such a great lead in to what is a stunning piece of photography. Others may like to see the coastal waters an unrecognisable milky mess however I feel that the exposure has been very well controlled whilst your chosen aperture of f/14 has enable both clarity and interest in depth. Both colour and light have been wonderfully reproduced.

Top notch photography Jeremy which I and I am sure so many others admire

Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrin
fazzer 9 54 7 United Kingdom
28 Apr 2013 7:14PM
Thanks for the great feedback Kate,Ian,Mark and Nathan.....and thank you Nathan for taking the time to make such a detailed and positive critique to so many of the uplands on this site,really appreciate it as do so many
Jeremy Smile
almiles 8 38 102 United Kingdom
29 Apr 2013 9:21AM
Some lovely light catching the spill which makes a good lead in while the headland makes a good FP. Something is lacking in it for me compared to your usual extremely high standard (maybe why not getting as many votes as you usually gather?). Possibly the spill feels a little cramped by the frame edge and panning to the right a little would have eased that? Also wonder since colour not important in this image to my eye whether a mono conversion would make more of the water textures and lines? Smile
fazzer 9 54 7 United Kingdom
29 Apr 2013 12:54PM
Hi Al glad things are sorted at your end as I was suffering with loch withdrawal . You're right about the spill over being cramped but it was about 6 feet deep on the right and I wanted to keep the central placement of the tower as a fp Smile
rontear Plus
15 8 8 England
29 Apr 2013 11:08PM
Flowing nature !! Jeremy.

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