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Great light and mood.
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maryg Plus
9 66 18 Scotland
28 May 2009 9:41PM
Lovely quality in the water , with the reflected light and ripples
Mary
Ganto Plus
11 769 2 Ireland
28 May 2009 10:04PM
I prefer the straight one. Wink


Bish.
28 May 2009 10:06PM
Nice composition and colors
great foreground and quality in the watter
28 May 2009 10:27PM
Fantastis view excellent comp but may be just me there is just to much water at the bottom. Feel a crop just under the reflection of the tree works better to focus the eye on the main subject.
Regards Charles
28 May 2009 10:44PM
lovely composition and te straight one is better
28 May 2009 10:50PM
Very peaceful scene.
Kris_Dutson Plus
15 8.2k 1 England
28 May 2009 11:07PM
Good to know someone else has realised that wide angle isn't the b all and end all of landscape photography. Wink
cassiecat Plus
9 39 46 England
29 May 2009 12:35AM
like it, like the clear water. v2 for me, but just love the 10-20.lesley
jeanie Plus
14 6.0k 6 United Kingdom
29 May 2009 1:42AM
About time too Smile
been waiting to see what you got and this is a good start... V2 for me Wink

Jeanie
29 May 2009 4:47AM
What a great shot
daviewat Plus
14 4.1k Scotland
29 May 2009 8:30AM
A cracking wee hut to put Mark paparoulous the 3rd in for November me thinks Smile


No 2 looks straighter !!!! and i like the idea of longer lenses for landscape Smile its just too easy and lazy with the sigma 10 -20 Smile


Dave
rowarrior Plus
10 4.4k 9 Scotland
29 May 2009 9:13AM
Thanks all Smile Will maybe process some more now lol
Landlord Plus
11 25 1 Scotland
29 May 2009 5:11PM
Thought you'd been drinking again!
30 May 2009 11:32AM
picture postcard
beautiful shot
alansnap Plus
14 577 26 United Kingdom
1 Jun 2009 12:05PM
Lovely shots - V 2 for me the water won't escape! I agree about the crop though. Smile
Dad
luap Plus
11 1 United Kingdom
1 Jun 2009 11:07PM
lovely shot
WelshKiwi Plus
10 3.2k 2 Wales
2 Jun 2009 12:02PM
Your photography has come on in leaps and bounds KT. I cant believe how much effort you have put in to learn all this stuff.

You have left me for dead and I admire your devotion and perserverance Smile

Well done you.

just LOVE this image KT, so calm and relaxing and it gets a WKA from me Smile

Lee Smile
rowarrior Plus
10 4.4k 9 Scotland
2 Jun 2009 1:55PM
Aww, thanks Lee, I need a blushing smilie here!

Thanks to everyone else too Smile
cirrusminor Plus
10 380 3 England
3 Jun 2009 12:17PM
Beautiful, well taken photo Smile
What a place to live... I want one...lol
Tim
lobsterboy Plus
14 14.9k 13 United Kingdom
5 Jun 2009 1:43PM
Lovely tranquil scene - thought I would try a mod though.

Chris
rowarrior Plus
10 4.4k 9 Scotland
5 Jun 2009 5:33PM
Cool, thanks Chris
FeatherFriend Plus
10 38 217 England
9 Jun 2009 12:26PM
A beautiful scene and a superb choice of aperture to achieve focus thro' out, well done,
Geoff.
ChristineL 12 39 United Kingdom
17 Jun 2009 4:02PM
lovely light and comp.
Chris.
18 Jun 2009 12:10AM
superb
Love V2
woodrow Plus
10 153 Scotland
22 Jun 2009 4:57PM
Hi

this is a really lovely shot, works well

have you thought about a square crop? isolating the structure/background?

it is so very easy to stay with the 10-20, congrats on thinking a bit differently here

regards

Paul
rowarrior Plus
10 4.4k 9 Scotland
22 Jun 2009 8:33PM
Thanks all, but no Paul, I hadn't, thanks for the suggestion
NEWMANP Plus
9 1.6k 574 United Kingdom
22 Jun 2009 9:40PM
this oozes quality, i love the top end composition and the balance with negative space. really like this one.
Phil
5 Jul 2009 2:57PM
nice picture well done most impressed as an archaeologist
Beautiful serene image - makes me feel like putting the feet up!!

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