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StevenPrice 11 30 2 England
3 Mar 2008 1:48PM
superb exposure Steven

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NEWMANP Plus
8 1.6k 574 United Kingdom
3 Mar 2008 2:19PM
nice one, my kind of picture.
Phil
User_Removed 9 172 1 United Kingdom
3 Mar 2008 2:29PM
Excellent exposure and comp!

Mark
Richsr Plus
9 90 223 England
3 Mar 2008 2:54PM
Well captured and processed - like the details in this.
Regards Richard.
SKavanagh 9 312 5 England
3 Mar 2008 4:21PM
Superb shot great composition Love the water movement
Steve
rontear Plus
13 8 7 England
3 Mar 2008 5:08PM
Works superbly, love the tones Steve. Ron.
3 Mar 2008 6:25PM
Sweet...

Colin
Ingleman 9 9 4
3 Mar 2008 6:58PM
Exquisite image.Very well done. Andy I
wamp 10 276 8 England
3 Mar 2008 8:14PM
The water movement looks great and the stick in the water is so effective

Sean
tripodted 11 31 1 Northern Ireland
4 Mar 2008 12:58AM
Great bit of photography and manipulation, Steven. I love the reflected colours in the waterfall.
Ted
olbell 8 47 1 England
4 Mar 2008 11:01AM
A perfect waterfall! Great capture.

Rgds Ollie
chesh 12 45 United Kingdom
5 Mar 2008 11:48AM
Nicely blended image with a very silky quality.
Dave
marschp 8 1
6 Apr 2008 12:42PM
Steven - I agree with David about the rock in the lower left corner, but I think the log in the fall is part of what makes this image different and interesting. There's a really nice interaction with the flow of water, and is that a leaf or the play of light in the middle of the log? I also really like the mini fall in the front foreground. Anyway, maybe a portrait orientation would make the log a more dominant feature, while cutting out the competing rock, but still including the foreground details. Cheers. Paul.

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