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By kit-monster    
Went looking for a landscape - ended up in a field of cabbages . . .

f22 1s ISO 50 Lee 0.6 hard grad

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: foxybrown, kaybee, GillyB and 6 more

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foxybrown 11 368
19 Oct 2005 2:46PM
a gorgeous sky, good vibrant colours. not too sure about the bland foreground though.

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kaybee 12 4.9k 25 Scotland
19 Oct 2005 2:47PM
Timing is everything.....and I got it all wrong.
My shot (posted after yours) gets kicked ot of the park next to this

GillyB Plus
11 317 8 United Kingdom
19 Oct 2005 2:49PM
Excellent colour in the sky, nice lead in!
flakeyflower 11 17 Scotland
19 Oct 2005 4:16PM
lovely :o)

QBooSH 11
20 Oct 2005 3:49AM
Interesting colours of the sky, a bit too much of grass (i would take this shot a bit higher to take more interesting sky and less grass in shadow)
digicammad 13 22.0k 39 United Kingdom
20 Oct 2005 4:19AM
Like the composition and exposure but not too sure about the colour saturation.

keithh Plus
12 25.1k 33 Wallis And Futuna
21 Oct 2005 6:11AM
It's a field with a half interesting sky....need I say more?

Oh, forgot to say...composition is good..converging diagonals n all that.
onewildworld 14 696 4 United Kingdom
26 Oct 2005 10:40AM
Strong composition Ed, but looks a bit dark to me. Could dow ith being a fraction lighter...not too much mind! 'Strong' colours too!

Looking forward to some fungi foraging on Sunday...see you there!

SuziBlue 14 16.2k 10 Scotland
27 Oct 2005 12:01AM
Those colours just blow me away. However I wondered about cropping it from the bottom up to a square - can't see too many cabbages or is that my unSpydered monitor .. 8-]

Just out of interest - I tried Googling to find out but couldn't get an answer - what does a hard grad do? Is it simply a more distinct line between the two halves of the filter? And how did you use it in this pic?
kit-monster Plus
13 3.7k 2 Singapore
29 Oct 2005 3:29AM
Thanks for the comments and sorry for the delay in replying - forgot to tick the box!

A hard grad, as you say, has a pretty distinct line between light and dark and is ideal in a situation like this where there's a linear horizon.
TonyA 11 11 Spain
9 Nov 2005 8:03AM
Gorgeous colors in the sky, but to tell you the truth I had to go to the large version and squint in front of my monitor to see the cabbages. A bit too dark for my taste.


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