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sallen75 14 3 United States
3 Jun 2006 4:27AM
Very successful, amazing shot. I've seen filters used to darken the scene so longer exposures can be taken increasing the change of geeting a good strike on film. Not had the oportunity ti try it myself.

Scott
culturedcanvas 15 4.7k 59 United Kingdom
3 Jun 2006 4:31AM
Well done .. not the easiest subject to get and dont often get a huge amount of chance to practice this type of shot so i think you should be quite proud.
JouŠo 16 56 Finland
3 Jun 2006 4:33AM
Wow! Striking shot indeed!
Amazing capture!

Jouko
wyatturp 15 2 England
3 Jun 2006 4:52AM
Great to look at.
Hanners 14 875 10 Ireland
3 Jun 2006 4:58AM
The experiment paid off big time, Cracking shot.


CLIX
AlanBW 14 20 England
3 Jun 2006 5:06AM
Brilliant result - well done
beriah 14 1 Canada
3 Jun 2006 6:11AM
Amazing image! well done
Velaruk 15
3 Jun 2006 6:19AM
Lovely shot, well worth the investment in time!
Kev
User_Removed 15 4.9k England
3 Jun 2006 6:31AM
What a great capture.....Bolt from the Blue.
Col
mohikan22 Plus
16 2.3k 2 United Kingdom
3 Jun 2006 8:53AM
hell yeah you deserve a click for this GrinGrin
too me over 2 hrs for my strike across the sky shot so i know how much patience you need. well done

matt.
Beamon 14
3 Jun 2006 3:04PM
Great shot, what a moment to capture.
Beamon 14
3 Jun 2006 3:05PM
Great shot, what a moment to capture.
Gecko 14 25 Australia
3 Jun 2006 4:23PM
Fabulous capture. Pam
Beamon 14
3 Jun 2006 6:41PM
Great shot, what a moment to capture.
Beamon 14
3 Jun 2006 6:41PM
Great shot, what a moment to capture.
CaroleA 14 5 3 England
4 Jun 2006 5:04AM
This deserves every click it's getting. Perseverence rewarded and technically impressive.
martynj 17 21
4 Jun 2006 6:45AM
wow, thanks all for the great response. I'll be trying a few more experiments in future!
Martyn
Cole 16 53 16 England
4 Jun 2006 9:02AM
striking shot, love it.
4 Jun 2006 12:51PM
Amazing .
Could you square up the buildings in PS?

Simon
martynj 17 21
4 Jun 2006 1:39PM
Simon, I guess changing the vertical perspective in PS would correct the wide-angle effect on the buildings. Will give it a try.
Martyn
Deego 14 27
6 Jun 2006 1:20AM
Nice capture, very well timed :o)
Deego 14 27
6 Jun 2006 1:20AM
....... double post :o( .........

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