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justin c 18 5.1k 36 England
21 Jan 2004 9:58PM
A nice shot,Love the effect of the rays coming through the trees.Looks like we both had the same idea for an image called "A ray of Light"I posted an image with the same title a couple of hours ago,and to add to the coincidece,I'm also from Bournemouth.
A click from me.
cozzie 18 56 Northern Ireland
21 Jan 2004 10:17PM
This is a really nice photo, great use of light.
seven21 18 259
21 Jan 2004 10:36PM
Laura - you did well to avoid flare and make sure the exposure is even. Good shot - another vote from Bournemouth (Ringwood actually) - steve
allto 18 England
21 Jan 2004 11:00PM
Laura, you say you will take lessons why!! with shots like this. I go on HF Holiday photography breaks, pick up hints and being with like minded people makes an intresting weekend, the houses are all over England,Scotland and Wales.
cal9 18 99
22 Jan 2004 12:21AM
Great use of natural light. Have to agree Laura, amazing you didn't get any flare from this. Good composition, and I love the natural sense of perspective given by the trees in the background right. :O)

Alan
laurab 19 53 United Kingdom
22 Jan 2004 6:54AM
Thank you all for your kind comments, I am amazed at how many people from Dorset are also addicted to ephotozine!
Miles Herbert 19 1.9k 4 United Kingdom
22 Jan 2004 8:15AM
Love the light rays through the trees.
roy clark 18 1 United Kingdom
22 Jan 2004 9:38AM
A great sun ray shot!
keithh 18 25.8k 33 Wallis And Futuna
22 Jan 2004 8:01PM
A superb shot. Agree with Allto, you're getting the best lessons available by going out with your camera and learning - and its obviously working.
MartinWait 18 95 United Kingdom
22 Jan 2004 10:33PM
Really like the light rays.
That's a click from me (another Bournemouth ephotoziner).
agoreira 18 6.0k Wales
24 Jan 2004 10:10PM
It's a nice shot Laura. I wonder would it have improved it, if you had taken a couple of steps to the right, actually blocked the sun itself out with the trees and just had the rays coming through. There's an example here. Also, perhaps a tighter crop on the right hand side, the highlights are blown a bit there. These are only suggestion, it's always easy to see these things after! Wink
Frank

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