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Terrym1 10 40 2 United Kingdom
27 Nov 2008 6:25PM
Superb Image with excellent perspective that draws the eye perfectly. You got my vote. Well done.

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foggytwo 15 36 1 Scotland
27 Nov 2008 6:49PM
Great lead in here Kay with the footprints heading towards the subject.
Pete.
DOGSBODY 10 1.4k 30 England
27 Nov 2008 7:25PM
Hello Kay, we haven't seen much from you of late. Hope you are well. I didn't know that the Yeti or Bigfoot inhabited our remote corner of the country. Nice one. Andy
Gaz_H 12 150 1 United Kingdom
27 Nov 2008 8:24PM
Lovely mono of Everitts Park Kay. Really like the low angle.
rusmi 15 37 1 United Kingdom
28 Nov 2008 8:42AM
interesting composition and great conversion, clik

TOM
TrevBatWCC Plus
10 13 12 England
28 Nov 2008 10:23AM
Golly, that looks chilly! Nice lead in with the footprints, Kay.
TrevB Smile
lostintime 11 13 5 Germany
28 Nov 2008 3:58PM
A wonderful composition, works well in black & white.
Alex
Richsr 12 91 223 England
28 Nov 2008 5:00PM
Like your composition and the tones in this - well captured and converted.
regards Richard.
JohnH37 12 1 United Kingdom
28 Nov 2008 6:29PM
Excellent.
-John
fatherpie 10 18 12 England
30 Nov 2008 7:20PM
As always compositionally fabulous Kay
Dave Wink
Diana 12 2.0k 19 Netherlands
10 Dec 2008 12:37AM
nice mono, like the footsteps

Diana
ambro 14 68 United Kingdom
3 Jan 2009 5:09PM
very well composed, great shot
Grifoto 10 United Kingdom
28 Jan 2009 4:09AM
Excellent shot

HoPeY
gerrymac 11 10 1 United Kingdom
28 Jan 2009 3:30PM
Nice idea..beautifully executed
Gerry
Andrew_Hurley 13 71 73 United Kingdom
11 Feb 2009 1:13PM
Hi Kay,

Nearly every landscape needs a lead in to take your eye from the forground into the scene. This is normally in the form of natural lines formed by nature, but here you have used footprints, which although are unorthodox, work really well. You have placed the first footprint on the third, you could have placed the footprint in the left corner creating a diagonal across the frame. But as it is it works really well. A slight crop off the sky would aid the composition further.

Have a great time in Cornwall, looking forward to seeing more of your landscape work!

Andrew
xx

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