The River Tweed...

By Scottishlandscapes  

Tags: Landscape and travel


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Comments


Pav 12 41 United Kingdom
16 May 2006 9:47PM
Interesting composition. It's like a bridge frames the photo. Great reflections. Well done.

Pav

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starside 11 218
16 May 2006 9:55PM
A better sky would have improved the picture.
Malc_V 9 England
16 May 2006 10:34PM
I like this picture a lot, good composition and great reflections.
Personally i would have cropped to the top of the brick work and taken out the railing.
Nice shot.
Malc.
Phoebecat 10 1 Italy
16 May 2006 10:54PM
Lovely shot. Agree with Malcolm though - I'm a bit perplexed by the top cropping; i.e. whther to leave a bit more sky or cut the railings as Malc suggests
Matthys
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12 84 Sweden
17 May 2006 12:27AM
Great pillars that gives it a great sence off height

Peter
old timer 11 55 1 Scotland
17 May 2006 1:27AM
Nice use of verticals and reflections, Dougie. I agree about cutting out the railings, I think.
Jim
tg 11 86 Scotland
17 May 2006 1:49AM
Nice shot. Good use of the fisherman for scale.
Tg.
kinfatric 11 550 9 Scotland
17 May 2006 7:56AM
fine verticals Dougie Smile
paulrankin 10 4 United Kingdom
17 May 2006 11:02AM
Dougie, perfect as it, i feel if you crop the railings out it encloses the woods visible through the archs creates an opressive feel to the landscape as it is it allows it the breathe and gives it space. Particularly like the way the reflections fizzle out before the bottom of the frame so are not cropped, really works for me.
17 May 2006 12:07PM
Great composition.
I've looked at this spot several times but never come up with such a satisfying image as this,

Simon
oppo 9 6 2 Scotland
23 May 2006 5:34AM
Love it ! I like the reflections in the water, and the way the arches frame the angler.

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