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1 Apr 2010 5:30PM
love this image Keith, great moody tones.

Rgds Bob.

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andy210966 8 4 119 Wales
1 Apr 2010 5:44PM
Really nice treatment here!

Andy
1 Apr 2010 5:52PM
lovely detail and great mood effect with the sepia
Gary
hairymonkey 6 3 1 Wales
1 Apr 2010 6:06PM
I can see this on my wall, beautiful image. Congratulations on this shot Niknut... :o)
eviemay 6 3 United Kingdom
1 Apr 2010 10:44PM
Very nice - great areas of contrast and diagonals leading the eye on to the bridge - and the water looks like tar !!. Malc
Techno Plus
8 1.8k 8 England
2 Apr 2010 10:08AM
Excellent work, this works really well, and if Andy approves thats good enough for me!
Mal
Mynett 8 142 6 United Kingdom
2 Apr 2010 10:16AM
awesome - wonderful tones and a perfect pov

Linda
SickChit 9 29 England
14 May 2010 8:31PM
Really like this one, lots of detail and atmosphere.

Ian
20 Jul 2012 4:40PM
Good composition, improved by the sepia toning. I like the diagonals created by the stream and by the reflection of the bridge. My only nitpick would be that the top of the tree is cropped out, but fitting it all in may have disturbed the composition. Smile
Alex.
Gaucho Plus
14 2.8k 2 United Kingdom
20 Jul 2012 5:12PM
I think the tones work really well with this Keith, wonderful!
User_Removed 6 4.6k 1 Scotland
20 Jul 2012 5:35PM
I wonder how this would work in straightforward black and white, without the toning? It might be even better. The composition is good with a variety of leading lines, depending upon which elements first catch the eye. In fact, when you look at this image, it could be cropped to provide a number of different compositions, all of which would have merits. Purely as an example, you could crop up from the bottom, cutting out the foreground fallen branch, so that the stream entered the frame in the lower right corner. At the same time, the top of the tree could be included.
cats_123 Plus
12 4.6k 26 Northern Ireland
20 Jul 2012 7:54PM
gets my `vote' for the toning....there are a few very dark spots (e.g. bridge reflection) but I don't think that affects the overall image Smile
puertouk 5 1.1k 17 United Kingdom
21 Jul 2012 11:46PM
I love the sepia tones, which ages the image so well. Love the location too. I also think the fallen branch gives your image a little foreground interest. I must admit I have a soft spot for sepia images.
Stephen

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