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7 Aug 2012 7:08PM
I can see why you like this Darren. I would gladly stick it on my wall
Mike

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Coleslaw 11 13.4k 28 Wales
7 Aug 2012 7:46PM
I have been wanting to goto Tuscani for a long time.
rayme330 4 17 1 United Kingdom
7 Aug 2012 7:58PM
Excellent landscape.

Ray
jdinne 13 16 England
7 Aug 2012 8:12PM
Would look good on any wall. Superb composition.

John
7 Aug 2012 8:22PM
One to be proud of and admire on those cold winters nights

Bob
fazzer Plus
7 54 7 United Kingdom
7 Aug 2012 8:45PM
beautiful shot
Fabulous shot Darren. You saved the best for last.
dathersmith 9 550 12 England
7 Aug 2012 9:10PM
Thanks a lot folks and cheers for the UA fazzer, much appreciated.

Darren.
Sezz Plus
11 617 15 England
7 Aug 2012 9:35PM
Aw I'd have this as a canvas too, it's gorgeous Darren, lovely light on the farmhouse and a fab' composition!

Sarah *
Richsr Plus
9 91 223 England
8 Aug 2012 8:26AM
Very nice too Darren, like the early morning light and tones in this.
Regards Richard
8 Aug 2012 12:04PM
Love it
TrevBatWCC Plus
8 12 10 England
8 Aug 2012 12:25PM
I could certainly live with this hung on my wall! Smile And I could live in a place like that, surrounded by all that magnificent scenery Wink Cracking capture, Darren Smile
Trev Smile
8 Aug 2012 12:59PM
Wonderful landscape Darren. Love the tones and the light hitting the building. Beautiful place. Superb capture. Have a UA!
dathersmith 9 550 12 England
8 Aug 2012 1:31PM
Thanks for the comments guys and cheers for the UA Craig, much appreciated.

Darren.
jasonrwl Plus
6 1.1k 10 United Kingdom
12 Aug 2012 5:10PM
This is superb Darren - can understand why you want it on your wall. Personally I am not sure that the vignette helps it and I would do without but as always it is just personal preference.
Thanks for the vote on my image - I am now going to look at the rest of your Tuscan images!
Jason
dathersmith 9 550 12 England
12 Aug 2012 5:27PM
Thanks Jason. The vignette come free when shooting a wide aperture with the 70-200 at 200mm, the VR II cured this 'problem' but personally I don't mind it usually although I agree it possibly doesn't work quite so well with this image. Oh, and before anyone says I shouldn't be shooting landscapes at a wide aperture (f/3.2 in this case) I did shoot the same scene at f/16 but thought I'd try to isolate the farmhouse from the background by opening up a bit and in my opinion this was the better of the 2 images.

Darren.
BigE 7 3 England
18 Aug 2012 5:50AM
Beautiful Darren, makes you want to grab a bottle and sit and watch!
Ross_M 4
16 Sep 2012 9:23PM
Beautiful capture.
Ian-Jones Plus
12 129 2 United Kingdom
17 Sep 2012 10:24PM
Classic.

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