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  • West Mitten

    Thanks for the kind words folks, and thanks also for the HC - very much appreciated! Smile
    • 1 Jun 2010 6:11PM
  • Swan

    Why is it pinky and purple? Cos that's what colour the twilight sky was! This was a good 20 minutes or so after sunset. The cause of the sky colour I don't know - particles in the atmosphere? I'm no meteorologist! Wink

    Thanks for the comments.
    • 13 Dec 2008 11:36PM
  • SHARP f r o s t

    Nice detail shot to begin with, and the treatment you'vegiven it is excellent - its inspired me to have a go!
    • 13 Dec 2008 11:27PM
  • Rolling Landscape

    • 31 Aug 2008 10:50PM
  • Where mountain meets Skye

    Lovely shot of this spot. Like Doug, I was going to query the "quick retreat to the pub" comment - nearest pub is in Broadford isn't it??? Smile
    • 16 Jun 2008 8:12PM
  • The Windmill

    Excellent foreground, and the central placement of the 'mill works very well.
    • 14 Jun 2008 11:17AM
  • A night with Jorge Drexler

    Very creative use of light, and the presence of the swirling smoke adds to the whole mood nicely.
    • 14 Jun 2008 11:14AM
  • All *'s

    Very cool Smile
    • 26 May 2008 6:26PM
  • home

    So simple, but excellent all the same. Love the subtle colours.
    • 26 May 2008 6:26PM
  • || Journal ||

    I've just uploaded a photo with 'schloss' in the title - weird!

    I like this shot - a nice idea, and something a bit different.
    • 26 May 2008 6:25PM
  • Red Sky Reflections

    Absolutely gorgeous!!
    • 26 May 2008 6:24PM
  • Blea Tarn

    It's an oft-shot view, but this is as good as any I've seen - super mirror-like water, and great colours.
    • 26 May 2008 6:24PM
  • Surprised In The Shower

    Super shot!! It's just the perfect mix of cheekiness, humour, etc.!!

    Nicely done!
    • 22 Mar 2008 2:15PM
  • Royal Mail

    George, not a deliberate mistake - just a plain old gaff! I've edited the title now - thanks for spotting it!
    • 28 Jan 2007 10:21PM
  • Geltsdale tree

    Full of mood, with a cracking sky. Steve is right - this is under-clicked.
    • 23 Jan 2007 10:03PM
  • self portrait

    No problem: It was a dark room (taken at night with the lights off) and I was holding a halogen desk lamp in my right hand. Simple as that!

    I wanted a harsh light to get the huge difference between light and dark areas. Slightly underexposed the shot so the light part of my face wasn't too bright.

    Very technical huh? Wink

    Cheers for the comments folks! (Daphne, you may well be the first person (other than my mother!) to say such nice things about my face!)
    • 16 Jan 2007 3:01PM
  • Langdale Pikes

    Thanks for the comments folks! BTW - no polariser used here, just an ND grad!
    • 11 Dec 2006 10:03AM
  • ERosanne

    "The eyes are overdone again. Not that anyone will notice"


    Nice lighting Dave.
    • 1 Nov 2006 11:35AM
  • Swimwear

    Wink Cheers - she's not bad looking considering her age
    • 18 Oct 2006 8:10PM
  • 'Brick'

    Very nice Dave. Positioning of the brick is great, as is the timingg with the wave. Good shutter speed too, getting just the right amount of movement in the water.
    • 1 Mar 2008 7:57PM
  • Scottish Sunset

    Thank you for the comments!

    Michael S
    • 18 Sep 2006 8:36AM
  • Blue Skye

    Thanks for the comments folks. Much appreciated.
    • 3 Aug 2006 10:32PM
  • The Old Man of Storr

    I did exactly the same walk (at about the same time!) a couple of weeks ago, in fact I think we must have stood in the same spot - sadly (for me) the light wasn't as kind.

    This is great.
    • 3 Aug 2006 10:31PM
  • Little Langdale

    Thanks for the comments everyone - would love to post it larger... someone will just have to buy me an e2 membership Wink

    Seriously, cheers for the feedback.
    • 3 Aug 2006 8:04AM
  • The Storr


    Thanks for the comments folks. Must say it was nice of the clouds to arrange themselves as they did.
    • 1 Aug 2006 8:11PM
  • White Noise

    heh-heh, thanks folks. Interestingly, the first person I showed this to immediately cut and paste the head onto a copy of Munch's 'Scream'!

    I should also point out that this is *nothing* like what I usually take photos of! I'm normally more into pretty views, flowers and wildlife. Just goes to show what EPZ can do to people Wink
    • 28 Apr 2006 1:39AM
  • Above the Border

    Very nice. At first I wasn't so sure about the movement in some of the grass in front of the rocks, but the more I look at it, the more I think it 'works'. Such an interesting pink 'halo' around the sun too.

    Not an 'obvious' landscape, and all the stronger because of that.

    • 28 Apr 2006 1:37AM
  • The Pier

    Very nice indeed - the sand and the colourful pebbles seem to sing!

    One thing tho - clone out that dirty great footprint bottom-left.

    • 28 Apr 2006 1:31AM
  • Riverdance

    Thanks for your comments folks. I did take some more 'ship-focussed' shots Ron, but I liked how this showed the land-based 'aftermath' (for want of a better word!).

    Cheers again.
    • 2 Feb 2008 5:17PM
  • 08-02-02

    Super portrait - great lighting, and great tones and textures.
    • 2 Feb 2008 12:49PM