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19 Aug 2019 7:08AM
Love the choice of low key mono in this beautiful landscape composition.
Alfie

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Jasper87 Plus
9 2.3k 158 England
19 Aug 2019 7:22AM
Grim and gritty. The force is strong with this one.....
19 Aug 2019 7:32AM
Mmmm!... Magnificently mean'n'moody, Malc. Might mean many more medals.
mrswoolybill Plus
13 1.7k 2099 United Kingdom
19 Aug 2019 7:43AM
I like those two sunlit sheep on the right for balance.
My instinct, and I suspect Alan's, would have been to crop the right side off, but it would have lost that more relaxed feel.
woolybill1 Plus
13 30 75 United Kingdom
19 Aug 2019 7:49AM

Quote:that more relaxed feel

The image is in keeping with the entire holiday, then, for so it was. Though the holiday was far from being in black & white Smile
How about 'grittily pastoral'?

Regards
Bill
19 Aug 2019 7:55AM
I also like the balance of the house with those two highlighted sheep, a lovely scene of rural Britain, the most i like is the processing which is creating tons of moods in this otherwise simple landscape, Excellent...
franken Plus
17 5.0k 4 United Kingdom
19 Aug 2019 7:58AM
Beautiful light and tones, Malc.

Award on its way!Smile

Ken.
19 Aug 2019 8:19AM
terrific tonal work and textural detail, and exceptional light too
viscostatic 13 45 5 United Kingdom
19 Aug 2019 8:47AM
Very nice.

Phil.
19 Aug 2019 10:14AM
Your processing has given a very distant feel to this one, Malc. An ideal scene for your working of it.

JohnSmile
mac Plus
18 3 Scotland
19 Aug 2019 10:30AM
Its your presentation and composition that attracts me to your image. You usually see this scene with rolling green fields and sunlit stone dykes which makes yours more attractive and different.
Ian
19 Aug 2019 10:34AM
Another beautiful landskape photo Malc.
Fine processing too!

ArneSmile
dudler Plus
16 987 1538 England
19 Aug 2019 11:12AM
So complete...
TrevBatWCC Plus
11 13 13 England
19 Aug 2019 11:14AM
Another super mono landscape, Malc, excellent work 👍
Trev 😀
Irishkate Plus
9 41 116 United Kingdom
19 Aug 2019 11:50AM
Good lead in with the wall but it would still work for me cropped to the bright line below the building.
Superb mono processing Malcolm.
KateGrin
mistere Plus
6 4 3 England
19 Aug 2019 4:15PM
As my comment on the previous peak image was a bit 'left field' i'll
just go with the dreaded 'Nice image', Malc. even if it's clearly the
field on the right. A very satisphying concoction Blush

Dave 2.oh
rontear Plus
16 21 8 England
19 Aug 2019 4:46PM
Love the lack of colour WinkWinkWinkWinkWinkWinkWinkWinkWink my award.
Ron
saltireblue Plus
9 9.9k 39 Norway
19 Aug 2019 4:54PM

Quote:As my comment on the previous peak image was a bit 'left field' i'll
just go with the dreaded 'Nice image', Malc. even if it's clearly the
field on the right. A very satisphying concoction Blush

Dave 2.oh


Haha! Glad to see the effects of whatever you were taking last time have worn off!Tongue
Superb image

Carole
21 Aug 2019 10:14PM
It's a long time since I walked around this area! A very striking image and I'm intrigued as to how a picture which at first seems so 'understated' can have such astonishing clout ... but it does! The eye is very nicely drawn into the softly illuminated central area. It makes me think of a wood block engraving. I think that second row of gongs needs finishing off otherwise it will irritate me.
Yours exactingly, Hercule Poirot. (Or as you may refer to me in Norway, Hercule 'Norwegian Blue' Poirot. SmileSmileSmile
22 Aug 2019 10:01PM
Sorry Malc - owing to a technical malfunction I now realise that your UA did not materialise as promised last night. Having just returned to the image for the purposes of further fawning admiration I found that the second row of gongs remained incomplete and I am now aware that an unintended delivery shortfall has been identified by our client focused **** up matrix.. Here at 'UA's for You Dot Con' we take these matters very seriously and assure you that lessons will be learned; robust and rigorous policies will be made up on the back of an envelope and implemented without fear or favour, come what may, going forward. We trust that you are reassured; we certainly are. We've got a big box full of similar highly original cliches and we aren't afraid to run them up the flag pole and see if they flutter. If you have been affected by any of the issues please get over it.

Yours, Tarquin Smooth, Customer Relations and Client Satisfaction Facilitator.


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