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cats_123 Plus
12 4.4k 25 Northern Ireland
3 Apr 2007 10:34PM
lovely subtle evening shot..the pillar on the left feels a little obtrusive?

jeff

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ericfaragh 12 123 1 United Kingdom
3 Apr 2007 10:45PM
Lovely exposure, great detail. Might have benefited from showing the top of the first lamp?
ringyneck 9 310 18 United Kingdom
3 Apr 2007 10:54PM
I like the "Tower" on one side and Trees on tuther. They frame the shot and lead you to explore the main shot.
Keith.
dionne 11 29 United Kingdom
5 Apr 2007 2:20PM
Great composition! Not that I am any expert however, as it was nearly dark, (the lights were on) I believe you would have got a better image had you been able to wait just another few minutes, put your white balance on tungstan and then taken the shot. You would then have had a lovely navy blue sky. This works well at dusk i.e. BEFORE the sky goes totally dark. Try it!
Ig2509 8 3 United Kingdom
5 Apr 2007 3:50PM
Thank you for the comments and suggestions everyone, much appreciated.
Ian
6 Apr 2007 6:42AM
Nice capture Ian - well timed. I like the angle of the railings and the lamps.

Large version well worth a view.

Jennywren ( :
KKmoments 9 12 United Kingdom
6 Apr 2007 11:34AM
Superb image... lots of detail, great lighting and a wonderful image with so much detail. Karen Smile
Ig2509 8 3 United Kingdom
7 Apr 2007 8:14PM
Thanks Jenny and Karen.
9 Apr 2007 2:09PM
Superb composition taken just as the light was a perfect balance - I do however tend to agree with silvers106 that the pillar on the left dominates the shot a little. Very well done
Leo 14 46 9 England
15 Apr 2007 10:41AM
You've caught _atmosphere_ so well in this shot, it's a clean sharp image, a credit to you Ian. If I were to offer any suggestion, then a closer crop on the left would eliminate the tiny bit of sky at the top and a _very_ slight pull over on the top right corner, in Photoshop, would bring the first illuminated lamp, totally vertical.
Well doneSmile

Leo

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