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SKavanagh 9 312 5 England
10 Jan 2008 6:09PM
Stunning shot
Steve

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pmorgan 10 217 13 England
10 Jan 2008 6:11PM
Outstanding, mood, colour - spot on!

Rgds
Paul
stevieasp 9 7 England
10 Jan 2008 6:12PM
Excellent, it has a dreamscape feeling about it, I like it very much,
Steve
DaveU Plus
10 1.3k 123 England
10 Jan 2008 6:20PM
A classic Whitby Pier shot. Great stuff.
olbell 9 47 1 England
10 Jan 2008 6:23PM
Fantastic composition, great work.

Rgds Ollie
10 Jan 2008 6:24PM
I'm planning a couple of days around here shortly and I can't wait to get on that pier. Nice version of it this

Alan
10 Jan 2008 6:49PM
Superb composition and colours

Graeme
paulb20 Plus
10 12 United Kingdom
10 Jan 2008 6:50PM
The colours look warmer than the last one but it still makes a cracking shot.
Paul
mrswoolybill Plus
10 990 1514 United Kingdom
10 Jan 2008 6:51PM
What I am thinking basically is 'Oh Wow...' Steve's right about the dream-like feel, this is out of this world.
Moira
LesF 10 182 9
10 Jan 2008 7:01PM
Not sure what you have done to it Nick but everything is pin sharp and it makes a cracking image.

Les F
MrsS 10 4.5k 18 England
10 Jan 2008 7:05PM
Very Different - - VERY nice! Smile

Fran x
10 Jan 2008 7:17PM
Lovely colours in this photo, well done.
Geoff.
chris-p Plus
11 65 England
10 Jan 2008 7:17PM
Ditto as with Fran ...
chase Plus
11 1.1k 246 England
10 Jan 2008 7:25PM
Good colours Nick.I think the edges are better defined on this one..a touch more striking I think.
Janet
helenlinda Plus
9 344 22 United Kingdom
10 Jan 2008 7:40PM
Brilliant
Very good image!
The lines create a sense of movement down the pier too
Helen
Nigel_95 Plus
10 260 2 United Kingdom
10 Jan 2008 7:48PM
Great sky and lines Nick. I prefer this one to the last one.

Nigel
User_Removed 9 485 13 England
10 Jan 2008 7:51PM
fantastic shot Nick a real peach

Regards
Dave
Nick_w Plus
9 4.3k 99 England
10 Jan 2008 8:12PM
Thanks everyone - i'm going to relook at the last one, this started out very similar but I must say I do prefer this.

Nick
MikeH 11 217 4 England
10 Jan 2008 8:50PM
Blooming 'eck, this is good, prefer it to the other,the telescope makes it for me. My shots may not see the 'light' at this rate,off to S.B on sat for sunrise,
Mike
pink 13 3.7k 6 United Kingdom
10 Jan 2008 8:50PM
wow! what a superb image
Phil_Morgan 10 182 1 Wales
10 Jan 2008 8:54PM
Done often, not often done with this impact! Striking capture.

Phil.
neonknight 12 1 United Kingdom
10 Jan 2008 9:20PM
Fantastic light great ovrall image nice one,John
Nick_w Plus
9 4.3k 99 England
10 Jan 2008 9:34PM
Can't believe how this has gone thankyou everyone.

Nick
martin.w 14 446 22 United Kingdom
10 Jan 2008 10:24PM
Memories of my visit, though you got rather better colours. I like this, very well done.
britishlandscapes Junior Member 9 13
10 Jan 2008 10:48PM
Excellent image - colours are exceptional

Derek
Nick_w Plus
9 4.3k 99 England
11 Jan 2008 7:43AM
Thankyou Martin & Derek
HowardA 9 231
11 Jan 2008 11:39AM
Not sure what you've done with the processing Nick but it's worked a treat. More broody, dramatic and a lovely range of colours.

Howard
Nick_w Plus
9 4.3k 99 England
11 Jan 2008 12:04PM
Thanks Howard..That is exactly the mood I was trying for, both at the time of capture and in PP.

Cheers

Nick
redstag 11 100 15 United Kingdom
13 Jan 2008 5:38PM
Super image has the look of fill in flash, or did you do it all in the processing? However you got it, I really like the style.
Jon
Nick_w Plus
9 4.3k 99 England
13 Jan 2008 5:40PM
Hi Jogn, no fill in, but quite a heavy "curve" and I pushed up the WB quite a bit. I used an unsharp mask to bring out the details (not the same settings used for sharpening tho'). Hope it helps, this started out very similar to the previous image (which I will re-work).

Nick

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