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Dave_Collier 12 236 2 England
26 Apr 2008 8:26PM
Once again you have found a great location.

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xanda 14 244 2 United Kingdom
26 Apr 2008 8:28PM
Thank you, Dave. Actually, Liv found this one not far from where she lives Smile
26 Apr 2008 8:29PM
A square crop might work, but I like it how it is - a good use or the rule of thirds. This image would also work if Liv was looking into the camera. Although this has a dreamy feeling to it. Nice image.
xanda 14 244 2 United Kingdom
26 Apr 2008 8:34PM
Thank you, Graham. Liv tends to just do her own thing. She does look at the camera sometimes but often she's absorbed in doing something. Here she is planting some feathers (?) we had just seen a car clip off a pheasant Smile
Rylands 10 1 2 United Kingdom
26 Apr 2008 8:41PM
Two superb images
xanda 14 244 2 United Kingdom
26 Apr 2008 8:52PM
Thank you, Ray Smile
26 Apr 2008 8:52PM
Love it
GregorP 13 4 Slovenia
26 Apr 2008 8:58PM
Wow! This is great shot! Just love it.

xanda 14 244 2 United Kingdom
26 Apr 2008 9:06PM
Thank you, Ken Smile

Thank you, Gregor Smile
Milla 10 7 2 United Kingdom
26 Apr 2008 9:36PM
Full of magic, delightful piece.
User_Removed 10 172 1 United Kingdom
26 Apr 2008 10:10PM
A stunning image

User_Removed 14 16 1 United Kingdom
26 Apr 2008 10:15PM
I do like the figure looking at the bluebells. have you tried a square crop? just a thought.

LisaRose 11 172 4 United States
26 Apr 2008 10:26PM
Another beautiful image, love it.
challicew 10 1 1 South Africa
26 Apr 2008 10:30PM
Marvelous, this is a super image!
banehawi Plus
14 1.8k 3890 Canada
26 Apr 2008 11:42PM
very nice, and the darker presentation works well.

The rotation is an interesting question, - I assume from many topics Ive read that left to right is a more "pleasant" and normal flow, - but I find that the one you see first is the one you consider "normal" and the second seems odd, - just mu experience.

Square would work also.

xanda 14 244 2 United Kingdom
27 Apr 2008 12:06AM
Thank you, Milla Smile

Thank you, Mark Smile

Thank you, Di. I'll try a square crop Wink

Thank you, Lisa Smile

Thank you, Challice Smile

Thank you, W. That about the one you see first being 'normal' is interesting because I find I'm prefering No. 2 (the original direction). Left to right is probably the more pleasant as a rule because we (in the west) read from left to right. Unless I make a conscious decision to do otherwise, I usually place my subject on the right. I suspect that has something to do with being right eye dominant Smile
TyChee 13 275 1 United States
27 Apr 2008 3:36AM
Beautiful shot.
LesF 11 182 9
27 Apr 2008 8:14AM
Having the person/model like you have really works well and makes this a terrific shot.

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xanda 14 244 2 United Kingdom
27 Apr 2008 8:30AM
Thank you, Ty Smile

Thank you, Les Smile
Raindancer 12 20 United Kingdom
27 Apr 2008 9:05AM
Great colours Simon and the flipped version is very interesting....

xanda 14 244 2 United Kingdom
27 Apr 2008 9:23AM
Thank you, Rog Smile
pasanna 10 Sweden
27 Apr 2008 12:42PM
What a feeling! Calm and nice compositon.
xanda 14 244 2 United Kingdom
27 Apr 2008 1:54PM
Thank you, Pasi Smile
tigertimb 10 40 66 United Kingdom
28 Apr 2008 2:21PM
Wonderful shot; great detail, the setting is superb, Liz is gorgeous as ever and I love the pre-occupied look giving a dreamy feel Smile
xanda 14 244 2 United Kingdom
28 Apr 2008 2:59PM
Thank you, Tim Smile
silburkp 13 3 England
12 May 2008 9:43PM
Fabulous colour, perfect DoF.
xanda 14 244 2 United Kingdom
12 May 2008 11:14PM
Thank you, Kelvin Smile

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