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derekhansen Plus
9 210 24 United Kingdom
16 Apr 2014 10:59PM
I like it Alan. The technique gives an impressionist painting feel to this and the colours work very well with the red of the building enhancing its prescence as a focal point.

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Nikonuser1 Plus
5 152 16 United Kingdom
16 Apr 2014 11:10PM
Great Alan, really like this, and a belated Happy BirthdaySmileSmileSmileSmileSmile

Irishkate Plus
7 41 114 United Kingdom
16 Apr 2014 11:16PM
Flipping fantastic Icm!
Really love this Alan - how many attempts did you have before achieving this masterpiece?
Kate GrinGrinGrin
16 Apr 2014 11:18PM
Only 3 or 4. Got lucky.
marktc Plus
7 101 15 United Kingdom
16 Apr 2014 11:21PM

Quote:I like it Alan. The technique gives an impressionist painting feel to this and the colours work very well with the red of the building enhancing its prescence as a focal point.

Couldn't have said it better myself, no really I couldn't Wink
16 Apr 2014 11:27PM
This is taking digital imagery up a few levels, Alan - what a stunning piece of work!

jadus 6 1.2k 3 United Kingdom
16 Apr 2014 11:29PM
I really like this Alan. As has been said before, an enlargement of this would be amazing.

What i find funny is the title, only because there is a road called cow green near where i live and it looks nothing like this, so i do a double take each time i read the title.

Daisymaye Plus
9 23 16 Canada
17 Apr 2014 12:05AM
A lovely artsy impressionist style painting. I love it.
NDODS 7 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2014 1:32AM
Firstly a very Happy Birthday for yesterday, sorry I missed it.

Secondly a great image, very creative, very poetic, very, very good.

Regards NathanGrinGrinGrin
Mollycat Plus
4 11 2 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2014 1:39AM
People of a certain age tend to think in inches, me being one. Measurement doesn't matter when you produce images of this quality. Like it a lot Alan.
cats_123 Plus
14 4.8k 28 Northern Ireland
17 Apr 2014 6:58AM
What's the `International Camera Movement'? is it a new political party? I'm in!! WinkGrinGrin
Nigeve1 Plus
5 1.4k 101 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2014 7:04AM
Superb, Alan with a real impressionistic painting feel, the placement of the red building is perfect, a very well executed and worked image.
17 Apr 2014 7:20AM
Great! I'd have this on my wall, no bother Smile
andmolliethedog 12 120 11 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2014 7:55AM
love this type of work
mrswoolybill Plus
11 1.2k 1929 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2014 8:42AM
Brilliant, it's the combination of the vertical movement with the curves in the landscape.
You could try leaving spaces - I C M instead of ICM. Not guaranteed. Any reference to the name of a certain South American river tends to appear up as a link to an online book shop...
17 Apr 2014 8:47AM
Thanks, Moira, will try that.
mrswoolybill Plus
11 1.2k 1929 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2014 9:05AM
You know it's good, but let's make that four UAs...
sherlob Plus
12 2.9k 129 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2014 9:09AM
One of the better examples of this technique I've seen on here. Congrats of the badges - they are well deserved.
woolybill1 Plus
11 23 72 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2014 9:13AM
Having lived in Germany and spent ages and ages in France I get on fine with cm/km, while a kilogram is close enough to 2lbs for the kind of veg it is impossible to achieve precision with anyway; but I can only think of fuel consumption in miles per gallon.

I remember the first time you mentioned ICM I thought you had omitted a B BlushBlushBlush

I do agree that epz shouldn't fiddle with tags, though. I always type Silly Sunday with two capital S even though the site 'corrects' it for me. It is not your age at fault: it's their youth !!!!!
Welcome back!
ErictheViking 5 124 102 Scotland
17 Apr 2014 11:27AM
Hi Alan
I've not been around much to comment lately this is as said above an excellent impressionist image. It also reminds me of a collage picture using differing materials to reflect the differing areas in the picture.
tonyng 8 10 2 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2014 11:36AM
Like it. Lots.
MalcolmM Plus
12 910 5 Scotland
17 Apr 2014 12:05PM
Like this a lot, deserves all awards
17 Apr 2014 12:09PM
Hope things are OK with you Eric
Joline Plus
11 30 53 United States
17 Apr 2014 12:40PM
To keep the barn unblurred and the rest full of motion is quite a feat! Well done!
Happy Birthday, by the waySmileSmileSmile
Griff2012 5 363 1 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2014 1:20PM
As someone who can only achieve unintentional camera movement I doff my cap to you , Sir. Timeless quality. I can feel the moorland winds blowing through. A very satisfying image to view Smile Jacqui
ColleenA Plus
5 362 6 Australia
17 Apr 2014 2:40PM
Love the movement....a great shot
mlseawell 8 1 United States
17 Apr 2014 8:03PM
Very creative Alan! I do like the imagination and daring of the capture. Very impressionist and very nice! Score!

PranavMishra 5 52 17 India
18 Apr 2014 7:15AM
it appears you maybe forever lost inside this.. it itself is trapped between confinement and what i would like to call as 'oozing out', or better still 'reaching out'.. achieved with bold, bright colors in the bright time of the day is delight..
Rende 11 38 4 Netherlands
20 Apr 2014 10:53AM
Gorgeous piece of art Alan!
20 Apr 2014 8:33PM
Well deserved praise. That red Monopoly house against the more subtle colours works a treat.
fazzer 9 54 7 United Kingdom
21 Apr 2014 7:43AM
Beautiful image Alan , it exudes quality Smile

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