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KMRennie

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  • Waiting for a bite

    I should have added. This was shot on the river Tay at Dunkeld in Scotland on Mon 12 Aug. Ken
    • 15 Aug 2013 3:52PM
  • Fiji sunset 2

    Thanks for the comments. The artefacts around the rock are caused by my poor masking as I tried to lighten the rock. I shouldn't work so late at night. Ken
    • 6 Aug 2013 11:01AM
  • Evan

    A lovely shot
    • 6 Aug 2013 1:17AM
  • Fiji sunset.

    Yes a beautiful place but life can be tough in Fiji for the locals. Many of the holiday islands are owned by foreigners and have little or no full time population and the workers are shipped in. Inter island transport costs are high. WayaLaiLai is different in that it is owned and run by the local population. Even here things can be tough. We visited a month after a cat 5 Typhoon ripped through and the island was trying to recover but this will take many months/ years. Ken
    • 30 Jul 2013 3:37PM
  • Beach for Two

    I like the sand and the figures with the very sharp figures and footprints in contrast with the soft water at the top.
    • 27 Jun 2011 2:38PM
  • Millpond

    I will think about the vignette. What do you think about changing the colour of the brownish "scum" in the bottom right corner? I have changed it to a muted light green and it looks better, to my eyes, but it is not as captured. Ken
    • 17 Jun 2011 10:10AM
  • Blowing in the wind

    Oops I have posted this before. This is less saturated however. Ken
    • 21 Apr 2011 1:04PM
  • Thank you for your comments on the Obersee hut picture, especially the height idea. The lens was set to 14mm its widest angle and I don't know why I did not try and get the whole hut in the frame. However it was very rough underfoot and it may have required clambering/ climbing skills that I do not have. I may cycle back the 1000km later this year and try again.
    • Posted on NEWMANP's profile
    • 8 Mar 2010 8:55PM