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Stanage Edge Sunset

Stanage Edge Sunset by Davidbassphotography

Great capture - nice balance between land and sky.

Mono Trees

Mono Trees by clive burrow

Great pic - love the reflections and the sky. Stour valley? Dedham?

barren beauty

barren beauty by stokesy

Looks cold - stunning landscape!

starling iv

starling iv by jadus

I prefer V2, but V1 certainly works too. Lovely detail in the birds.


searching by tpfkapm

Great image, good position of the figure and the focal length has really worked to compress the scene.

A Stormy New Years Day at Bracelet Bay Mumbles

A Stormy New Years Day at Bracelet Bay Mumbles by KeithOT

Well done for getting out an capturing the power of the sea on New Year's Day! Looks like the horizon could do with a slight tweak in a clockwise direction.

Holy Island

Holy Island by olmeister6

Real potential here, although I find the foreground slightly too cluttered for my liking. I like the use of the pots and castle, but would like to see more DOF so that your foreground is sharp. A slightly lower angle would also have hidden the cars and van. Well spotted though, and a great use of foreground interest.


Holly by iangilmour

Love the simplicity of this. Very well executed.

Howick Scar

Howick Scar by wanny

Really nice image. The central placement of the inlet(?) completely breaks the 'rule of thirds' but it works so well because of that. My only observation is that I think it would be even stronger if you made it a square image (losing the light part of the sky). As it is, my eye is drawn to the top of the frame. Still love it though!

Temples of worship

Temples of worship by parallax

Interesting image! I'm not sure I quite get it though - diagonals typically convey movement and dynamism and I don't think the framing particularly suits the subject. I would prefer the image as a straight 'night scene' (possibly without the car).

Unfrosted Leaf On Frost

Unfrosted Leaf On Frost by Philip_H

Good contrast and colours. Beautifully sharp and detailed.

" Morning Beauty "

" Morning Beauty " by abssastry

There are a few things here that I think could have improved the shot. The flower itself doesn't look to be completely in focus - I think the camera has focused on the petals rather than the head, perhaps manual focusing might help? Also a larger aperture would have increased your depth of field. I notice you are using Program mode on the camera - switching to Aperture priority (if available) would give you more control.

I notice your use of ISO 800 - this has probably added extra noise to the image. Given that everything is stationary, you could get away with a lower ISO and lower shutter speed (camera on tripod). Again, this may be because the camera has selected those settings so switching out of program mode would give you more control.

Pastel Glow

Pastel Glow by jeanie

Beautiful colours - love the use of the reflection as foreground interest.

Wasdale Red

Wasdale Red by BobShaw

Beautiful light and colours.

I'm always drawn to pics of Wasdale, as I climbed Yewbarrow on my honeymoon many years ago. This shows that path particularly well.


Friends by Stevetheroofer

Great portrait. The shaft of light adds to the feel of winter, making you think of the low sun at this time of year. I love the strong shadows and the path leading off to the left. Really strong image in my opinion.

First Light

First Light by tolle13

Beautiful light peaking over the mountain, great reflection of the tree (nice to see the whole thing) and the mist on the water adds a certain something too.

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