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The Wee People

By knackeredoldman  
Hi Guys,

This is another from South Wales a few weeks back. I was experimenting with some rock formations when I saw this couple walking beneath what I thought was an attractive sky so I just spun the tripod round and fired off a few rounds.

Probably not a typical landscape shot this one so it will interesting to see how this one does but the subtlety & scale appeals to me even if it is a daytime shot (shock horror).

Any thoughts or comments most welcome.

Cheers,

Ade

Tags: Landscape and travel Wildlife and nature

Voters: HuntedDragon, bunbeam, bmh1 and 22 more


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Comments


maryg 8 66 18 Scotland
17 Feb 2010 10:10PM
This is a very appealing shot , shows man's insignificance in the scale of things. Love the figures on the beach and the vast sky adds so much to this composition.
Mary

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AshTree 7 1.7k 6 England
17 Feb 2010 10:18PM
Mary has beaten me to it with the comment about man's insignificance. There is a kind of hugeness in this image, which is enhanced by the tiny figures on the beach. You must have been very pleased with this result, it is excellent Smile

Theresa
RonnieAG Plus
7 154 116 Scotland
17 Feb 2010 10:37PM
Marvellous composition. Although the figures are small and in the middle distance, they are so necessary in bringing a sense of scale, and they are also so well positioned against the light patch of water. And I like your square format and presentation. Really nice work.
Ronnie.
DeeWee 7 8 1 England
17 Feb 2010 10:44PM
Brill sky - love the 'wee folk', just come back from Colwyn Bay last week on hols also, didnt manage to catch a sky as good as that tho!
Dee
Snapper Plus
12 4.2k 3 United States Outlying Islands
17 Feb 2010 11:10PM
Works for me, so well done for changing your target so quickly.
knackeredoldman 8 120 7 United Kingdom
17 Feb 2010 11:24PM
Thanks for all the thoughtful comments guys. I am glad it works for you. I'm off to bed now :o)

Cheers,

Ade
18 Feb 2010 12:34AM
Works well for me.
Regards Charles
mudge Plus
14 470 75 England
18 Feb 2010 12:38AM
It's not a "landscape" shot it's a "skyscape" shot, and what a brilliant one it iis!!! Full marks for something different than the norm!!!
Henshall 7 12 United Kingdom
18 Feb 2010 2:19AM
Yep, great shot...

Oli
18 Feb 2010 4:18AM
Works very well for me. Would look great very large on a wall. Well captured. Chaz.
18 Feb 2010 10:30AM
Great shot Ade -

Chris
knackeredoldman 8 120 7 United Kingdom
18 Feb 2010 8:54PM
Cheers guys. Thanks for all the considered comments. It's strange but I tried to post this last night and then today it's gone.

Anyway...Thanks.

Ade
SWMahy Plus
8 21 2 United Kingdom
30 Aug 2010 10:56PM
This is truly beautiful. I'm just staggered (and a bit annoyed !) that this hasn't got more votes, whereas some nasty over-saturated HDR nightmare will get hundreds!

Love the sense of scale, the natural processing...the very faint land in the distance. And there's not enough daylight shots around IMHO.

Steve

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