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  • Monument Valley Utah USA

    The trip was planned i was at Monument Valley for ten days so i knew exactly what time the sun set, first few attempts were a bit too late when the light shows everything as a blood red but still amazing . This was taken between 5-6 pm in the evening march 2006
    • 1 May 2016 5:11PM
  • Wasdale pano no2

    Top Job . Exposure is absolutely spot on and pin sharp . Nice 1
    • 29 Apr 2016 10:34PM
  • Rannoch Moor & Paddys Hole

    Hi TG thanks and to everyone for the comments, The reason i worked on this was several years ago when i first started visiting scotland i camped at Loch Leven campsite the lock is on a tidal basin and goes in and out with the sea tides. several moths after shooting at paddys hole i started playing around with several images and was wondering in how many years time the level of Kinloch Leven would rise with the rising sea levels , I was curious to see what rannoch moor would look like if it ever flooded to the point of a Disaster so started stitching the images together , There is approximately 10 composites stacked on top of each other in various parts of the picture and took several days to complete. It may not be real but i think looking at this image to me just embeds just how selfish the human race is towards our own planet and climate change. This in actual fact could be the future image of Rannoch Moor if we do not change our habits.

    Thanks for enjoying the image

    Regards

    Kev
    • 20 Mar 2016 10:59AM
  • my norway

    Simply put AWESOME
    • 16 Mar 2016 11:18PM
  • Farmhouse Kitchen

    Thank you guys for the comments cheers Kev..
    • 7 Mar 2016 10:48PM
  • Comman Kingfisher in golden hour.

    Well in my opinion this is an opportunity missed, Its a great image but lacks in detail and sharpness. Just reading your exif data that you were shooting on a aps-c format camera with a 55-200 . My guess is that this is probly taken from the central part of the image and cropped therefor loosing loads of detail. These images should be razor sharp and crisp, These birds are notoriously difficult to shoot even on the longest of telephoto lenses let alone a 200mm . But its a nice effort none the less.
    Regards
    Kev
    • 28 Feb 2016 12:56AM
  • Loughrigg Tarn Lake District

    Thank you for the kind comments cheers Kev
    • 25 Feb 2016 7:22AM

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