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Ashness Bridge in the Lakes.
Tried to do something different here, by taking the photo very late dusk; It was so dark I could not see the bridge on the LCD. Long exposure (think about 4-5 sec)
on tripod. I like the blue tint, no manipulation !
Like this a lot. Personally I would have cropped out the road in the top left corner to make it feel more remote (but thats just my opinion!)
nice image, agree about the road, click
Great shot, well captured, well composed, click
Good shot,lovely water movement,well done*click*
Don't think I would have cropped any differently to this but maybe cloned out the road. If this is your first attempt at this type of shot (as suggested in the description) then I can't wait to see further work from you. .....click.
Nice successful shot. Well done
I like this a lot!! Is the water flowing away from you? It looks very different from the long exposure waterfall shots I've seen before.
Great shot, hope your feet didn't freeze....click Steve
This is a really good shot considering...
What a stunning shot its beautiful CLICK.
A superb view of a classic location.
Great unusual treatment.
Great shot welldone..click
Good image, nice to see the water running away.
I've sat on that rock! I didn't try quite so late at night, nice treatment of the water.
Very nice. John
Thanks everyone. Interesting feedback on the road, this would be easy to clone out although I didn't feel it needed any manipulation, I might give it a try and see what it looks like. Surprised no one commented on the blue tint!
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