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  • blue gate

    A very good "wish I was there shot" - can almost feel the heat!
    Willie's mod makes it even better but I think that the bit of sky top left is distracting, so cropping off the top as suggested by Andrew would do no harm. Lovely pastel colours though - very nice.

    • 20 Oct 2016 11:02AM
  • Holly

    Agree with Irish Rover A most attractive image made all the better by the absence of tattoos, studs, rings etc.

    • 20 Oct 2016 10:53AM
  • At speed!

    A very interesting post Paul - I feel your tongue was very much in your cheek when you decided on this one as it earns a lot of the comments you often make ( quite rightly ) about this type of shot. It is a reasonable record shot of a plucky little dog ( 3 legs? ) enjoying itself, which would mainly interest the family who would be very pleased with it. It looks a little flat overall in the colour department but will find a place in the family album I am sure.

    Geoff ( with tongue in cheek!)
    • 18 Oct 2016 11:08AM
  • Desolation!

    Good title and a very dramatic shot. Yours must have been a most interesting job with some good photo possibilities thrown in for good measure!
    The only thoughts I would have are that it leans a little to the right and some of the dark left side could go, so I have produced a mod with those thoughts in mind, but that's being rather picky and maybe the original was best after all.!

    • 11 Oct 2016 10:43AM
  • The Cuillin from Sligachan

    Very fine shot of the Cuillin. Stayed at the Sligachan Hotel in the early 60s and attempted to climb Sgurr Nan Gillean ( the one in the middle?) The weather was beautifully clear like this, but it was bitterly cold ( March) and we abandoned the climb as there was too much ice.

    • 11 Oct 2016 10:22AM
  • The Mangle Fandangle at an Angle

    The rich colours of the rusty machinery and the textures in the wood do work very well. Combined with the attractive foliage behind and the barge in the distance they make a very pleasing shot
    Perhaps the very bright wall on the left draws the eye away from the main interest and I have posted a mod removing this area.

    • 27 Sep 2016 11:34AM
  • Summer in the Garden

    Thanks as usual for your helpful comments and Willie's excellent mod.
    The focal point would have been the archway at the end of the path but which is so covered with foliage that it could not be seen! Since done a bit of cutting back which has improved the effect. Like Moira says, I should do a more thinking before shooting Smile

    • 27 Sep 2016 11:02AM
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