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andylea 9 37 1 United Kingdom
23 Jul 2009 8:43AM
brilliant light super colours love it wonderful capture phil nice one

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23 Jul 2009 8:43AM
What a nice shot again.

BillyGoatGruff 11 191 199 England
23 Jul 2009 8:54AM
Classically composed, Phil and very well photographed.

I'm not too sure about the "thing" above the tree at right of frame, though! Looks like a flying haggis or something!

gary_carter 9 1 1 United Kingdom
23 Jul 2009 8:57AM
Well composed, plenty to look at, agree about the flying Haggis.

Richsr 11 91 223 England
23 Jul 2009 8:59AM
Lovely details and tones in this one Phil - well captured and processed.
Regards Richard.
JasperD 11 Switzerland
23 Jul 2009 9:04AM
Actually, they contribute to convey the eye towards the castle. Beautiful picture!
andy210966 10 4 119 Wales
23 Jul 2009 9:05AM
Lovely job Phil - nice to have the human element in there too - gives a nice sense of scale!

dmhuynh72 10 44 3 United Kingdom
23 Jul 2009 9:16AM
Plenty of drama in the sky and well processed image with fine detail Phil.
challicew 10 1 1 South Africa
23 Jul 2009 9:20AM
Awesome image...photographers and all!
23 Jul 2009 9:44AM
23 Jul 2009 9:46AM
Great processing and brooding clouds make it stand out from the crowd of ED shots.
cassiecat 10 39 46 England
23 Jul 2009 9:56AM
great processing and atmosphere, the people add to it, and like that youve treated us to a colour version Smile lesley
Gary_Macleod 14 162 Scotland
23 Jul 2009 10:16AM
top notch work
23 Jul 2009 11:05AM
Interesting observation that Bill reckons he's seen a haggis flying. The boulder in the bottom left corner caught my eye and won't let go, plus the hillside to the far left looks strange and flat in comprison to the rest of your image. You could of course crop the left and bottom to put the bridge diagonal into the corner more and take away the boulder and the left hillside. Worth a variation? I do like the image and the sky Phil.

Phil_Restan 12 280 9 England
23 Jul 2009 11:25AM
Thanks all for your comments. Dougie the flat hillside is in fact the rain that was coming in, and arrived shortly after the shot was taken.
I haven't cropped into the corner of the bridge because that would have taken out some of the shrub which I wanted to include. But thanks for your suggestions, they are always welcome.

User_Removed 11 19 United Kingdom
23 Jul 2009 1:02PM
lovely capture and composition does work for me..

Scaramanga Plus
10 56 6 United Kingdom
23 Jul 2009 3:51PM
Wonderfully moody and damp.
barbarahirst 9 27 12 United Kingdom
23 Jul 2009 6:07PM
I like the photographers in this
Nice one

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