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Irish Landscape

By Kot
That's the view from the path leading up to Glennagalliagh Mountain (Ireland, Co. Clare). Part of Lough Derg visible, mountains of Tipperary in background. Lovely village of Killaloe further to the right but hidden behind hill slope.
Definitely this area is worth visiting.

Tags: General Digitally manipulated Landscape and travel

Voters: ITPSnapper, PeterBee, Kenfromsot and 19 more

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21 Feb 2010 12:10PM
Excellent landscape great sky.
Mynett 12 142 6 United Kingdom
21 Feb 2010 12:11PM
TREMENDOUS SKY love the scenery too

mickjoy 14 United Kingdom
21 Feb 2010 12:12PM
I Like the sky very dramatic, the dapled light on the fields looks good. It cannot be but the river looks bowed, but does not look odd.
super photo to me
12 10 10 England
21 Feb 2010 12:26PM
saeidNL 11 3 Netherlands
21 Feb 2010 12:37PM
Stunning view in this one,Beautiful image and so nicely presented.
21 Feb 2010 1:27PM
Beautiful scene - well taken !

Kot 11 7 1 Poland
21 Feb 2010 2:19PM
I must confess it's highly manipulated - especially perspective. Original image was panorama around 150 degrees wide (composed of 7 or 8 shots). I squeezed it into square format without constraining proportions. The result was pretty odd but interesting and worth of further attention. So I stretched out topmost part of the picture next using Upper Shell Warp in PS. That's the reason why Mike noticed the river looks bowed - it is bowed due to messed perspective. And that's the reason why foreground looks a bit like tabletop decoration with props.
I achieved more dramatic foreground with steeper hill slopes and deeper valley. You can say it's not fair. However when I look at original panoramic version it seems to me far too flat compared to impression I had while taking the photos. I believe this manipulated image is much closer to my first impression up there.
borrower 11 4 England
21 Feb 2010 3:02PM
Super image
28 Feb 2010 6:56PM
Whatever the pushing, pulling and tweaking - the image is a fine representation of the soft rolling Irish country. Well presented.
photofrenzy 14 424 2 United Kingdom
5 Jun 2010 7:59PM
This is a super Image and it deserves a lot more votes than it has cheers kev

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