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cassiecat 8 39 46 England
12 Jan 2010 6:43PM
lovely, think i prefer yesterdays comp.lesley

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12 Jan 2010 6:45PM
Love this series of images Tommy, the skies are fantastic
Mark
Warriorpoet 7 213 3 United Kingdom
12 Jan 2010 6:50PM
I prefer this version as the fabulous sky has more prominence.

Dave
Stuart_B 7 5 England
12 Jan 2010 6:51PM
Excellent colour in the sky!
12 Jan 2010 6:54PM
Wow! Fantastic image! Such great colour and contrast.
12 Jan 2010 6:55PM
Great composition and sky.
lee72 6 United Kingdom
12 Jan 2010 7:02PM
amazing image
lee72
BigRick 11 2.1k 3 United Kingdom
12 Jan 2010 7:06PM
Amazing!! Colours are outstanding against the snow.

Rick.
Richsr Plus
9 90 223 England
12 Jan 2010 7:12PM
Again like the sky and your comp too.
Regards Richard.
12 Jan 2010 7:17PM
Fantastic capture
12 Jan 2010 7:18PM
Beautiful again - but prefer yesterdays

Chris
Nigel_95 Plus
10 260 2 United Kingdom
12 Jan 2010 7:18PM
Both are stunning, but I prefer yesterdays crop Tommy.

Nigel
BillyGoatGruff 9 191 199 England
12 Jan 2010 7:20PM
The square format suits this really well, Tommy. It has the effect of bringing everything much closer and also seems to give the sky much more impact against the dark silhouetted tree.
Big wow factor!
Of the two, however, I think that the original is a better considered and balanced composition, especially for the wider context and that enormous sky.
If I'd seen the square crop first I'd have been very impressed since it is, without doubt, a great shot. But seeing the two together I think that yesterday's shot edges it quite significantly. Obvious really, since you composed it that way! Smile
I reckon that if you had intended a square crop at the outset, you'd perhaps have organised the elements and your position somewhat differently.

Nice to be able to get two outstanding shots out of a single frame!

Cheers

Bill
cooperr 9 90 1
12 Jan 2010 7:26PM
Tommy, I've really enjoyed this series!
Rich
ATHERTON 8 1 1 England
12 Jan 2010 7:40PM
wicked image
kev.
12 Jan 2010 7:40PM
Wow! Hadn't seen yesterdays version but this caught my eye immediately and had to check the others. For me this is the best as the amazing sky is so prominent. I know 'the rules' say you shouldn't have the main subject slap bang in the middle but I think it works here. Well done for braving the cold but I think this shot is well worth it!
Cor 7 Belgium
12 Jan 2010 7:51PM
Superb!
cor
12 Jan 2010 8:26PM
Fire
lovely
Amir
andy_AHG 7 106 6 United Kingdom
12 Jan 2010 8:33PM
A powerful image.

Andy
Morgs 8 20 62 Wales
12 Jan 2010 8:37PM
What a stand out image. I'm going through the gallery, and suddenly came to a screeching halt on seeing this. It's superb and the crop works so well.

Dave
12 Jan 2010 8:40PM
This is beautiful. The colour is awesome...........Sandy
RonnieAG Plus
6 153 116 Scotland
12 Jan 2010 9:30PM
Marvellous shot - I prefer this to yesterday's as I think the square format gives the content a much greater impact. Marvellous sky for the tree to be silhouetted against.
Ronnie.
SteveH1978 6 2 3 England
12 Jan 2010 10:06PM
Beautiful image.

Steve
12 Jan 2010 11:17PM
What a fantastic sky!

Rich
Sezz Plus
11 617 15 England
13 Jan 2010 9:26AM
Looks fabulous in this crop Tommy!!

Sarah *
FredF 9 1 France
13 Jan 2010 12:01PM
Superb.

Fred
Anjantoo 8 7 1 England
13 Jan 2010 3:00PM
Stunning!
Jann
xxx
ToothPilot 9 50 4 United Kingdom
13 Jan 2010 7:50PM
Outstanding quality.

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