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User_Removed 10 172 1 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2008 7:15PM
Great shot, love the comp and detail


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jayhyk 10 England
17 Apr 2008 7:53PM
top image i like this one
glyndwr 10 66 10 Wales
17 Apr 2008 7:59PM
Good light, not sure portrait format strong enough for this location, I think this is Southerndown.
Hope this helps.

17 Apr 2008 8:53PM
i don't think you can just take landscape format shots just because you are in a particular location.

In my opinion you frame the shot according to what you have available at that time, i.e light, foreground and background. Things change so quickly in landscape photography you can not just say I want to shoot in landscape format today?

That's just my opinion though.

Thanks for your comment
Dotrob 12 Wales
17 Apr 2008 11:05PM
Great lighting.
Mari 14 1.8k United Kingdom
18 Apr 2008 5:21PM
I've taken loads of portrait shots at Nash, Jamie and they work superbly. This is great. Lovely fg detail and bg light

And it was a bit calmer this time Smile

Buffalo_Tom 11 2.3k 9 Wales
18 Apr 2008 10:21PM
Superb comp Jamie.

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