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Denise 15 279
11 Jul 2004 4:46PM
Really nicely done.

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gibbsy 13 403 Wales
11 Jul 2004 4:52PM
Very moody shot. Just about sums up this summer so far.
andytvcams 14 10.4k United Kingdom
11 Jul 2004 4:58PM
Such drama and so well captured,very artistic.

11 Jul 2004 5:09PM
Dramatic shot, like it.

sze4j 12 56 Singapore
11 Jul 2004 5:10PM
Not sure how you did this...but i really like the mood captured by it... big click! =)
sugarbird 12 223 South Africa
11 Jul 2004 5:32PM
great shot. love it, crop is excellent
bzbee Plus
12 102 3 United Kingdom
11 Jul 2004 5:45PM
Lovely, atmospheric picture. Colours are gorgeous! Click
mwatkins9801 12 190
11 Jul 2004 6:07PM
interesting coloring. i like this one, made me look a while. click'd
wgfarquhar 12 473
11 Jul 2004 6:13PM
Just waiting for the image of a thunder god to form in the sky...
Great shot. Well manipulated.

Steinmachine 13 80 Scotland
11 Jul 2004 7:18PM
Very moody shot and i think the crop makes the Picture work Excellent
ga1963 12 1
11 Jul 2004 8:29PM
Great shot , very dramatic colouring, well composed , good perspective. click
vfr400 15 886
11 Jul 2004 9:44PM
lovely moody shot nice use of the light.
lighty 14 223 United Kingdom
11 Jul 2004 9:52PM
Quite superb!!
johnjrp 12 432 5 Australia
12 Jul 2004 5:05AM
A very nice shot. Love the colours. Maybe just a little too much saturation. click
billydo Plus
13 79 United Kingdom
12 Jul 2004 7:32AM
A real "WOW" shot. Well done.
sebough 13 10 Cyprus
12 Jul 2004 9:34AM
I like it Smile
Nice work.
naturenut 13 1.8k England
21 Jul 2004 12:09PM
Brilliant shot, love it.
Mixpix 12 1.1k England
14 Dec 2004 11:23AM
Great colours, love the sky. click
glyndwr 9 66 9 Wales
15 Oct 2007 1:30PM
Very strong composition.
I might ahve tried a lower viewpoint to avoid the changeof directionin the path.Just an idea.


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