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Steve-T 9 56 66 England
27 Jun 2011 8:29PM
Superb. Steve

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saeidNL 7 3 Netherlands
27 Jun 2011 8:44PM
Beautiful image with superb detail and colours,
saeid
SWMahy Plus
8 21 2 United Kingdom
27 Jun 2011 8:47PM
Beautiful, Mike. I think I like this even more than the mono version. I like the soft details in the clouds and I think the blue and orange go well together.

I've taken shots from this viewpoint myself but none of them are as anywhere near as effective as this! I used to blame the light but now I think it has far more to do with subtle differences in the composition. This is so perfectly balanced. Hmm, making me think. Smile

Steve.
27 Jun 2011 8:54PM
Are the flag stones really that blue? No matter, they match perfectly with the rest of the image, making for a very striking well composed shot.
Tracey
watters66 13 75 Scotland
27 Jun 2011 9:09PM
A very eyecatching image, great moody colour.
Stewart
MikeBonsall 10 474 3 Guernsey
27 Jun 2011 9:36PM
thanks everyone


Quote:Are the flag stones really that blue? No matter, they match perfectly with the rest of the image, making for a very striking well composed shot.
Tracey



The stones were very wet Tracey and were reflecting the natural light, which was very cool and blue due to the overcast conditions and the fact that it was getting pretty dark by this point. I have actually taken quite a bit of the blue out with a colour balance adjustment


Quote:Beautiful, Mike. I think I like this even more than the mono version. I like the soft details in the clouds and I think the blue and orange go well together.

I've taken shots from this viewpoint myself but none of them are as anywhere near as effective as this! I used to blame the light but now I think it has far more to do with subtle differences in the composition. This is so perfectly balanced. Hmm, making me think. Smile

Steve.



I always find it tricky getting a good balanced composition here and have also taken some shots that just don't seem to quite work. I've photographed here on a much higher tide before but looking at this shot I really like the fact that you can see so many levels both above and below the water descending into the distance.

Mike
nonur Plus
8 17 11 Turkey
27 Jun 2011 9:48PM
Joyful colour, wonderful shot!SmileSmileSmile A fav for me!
Richsr 9 91 223 England
28 Jun 2011 8:06AM
Like the details and tones in this Mike.
Think it works just as well in colour as mono
Regards Richard

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