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marto65 14 19
27 Jan 2005 3:03AM
nice shot, but your horizon is bowed - should be able to fix that in Photoshop. Also think you could lose a bit of the dead space on right to give better balance overall (see uploaded mod). Nice stuff though, especially the lighting and the soft water.

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willf1 11 51
27 Jan 2005 3:10AM
I take your point over the horizon, I'll see if I can fix it tonight. I included the extra space on the right as I thought it would balance out the rocks on the left. I appreciate your comment, thanks.

deavilin 11 340 1 United Kingdom
27 Jan 2005 3:16AM
Really good shot which has to be viewed in the bigger format to get the full impact, very well doneSmile

mrarth 11 12
27 Jan 2005 3:30AM
Simple and effective. Thanks for posting large, even better.
Skinz 13 94
27 Jan 2005 3:31AM
Wonderful shot.

27 Jan 2005 3:37AM
It does need to be viewed bigger to fully appreciate, great work. K.
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11 3.5k England
27 Jan 2005 3:41AM
A beautiful image lovely tones.
strawman 12 22.0k 16 United Kingdom
27 Jan 2005 4:19AM
The bow in the horizon is less vissible in the larger photo I think. I do like the way you have captured the light.
27 Jan 2005 6:28AM
Lovely shot and tones. Click
John_Duckett 11 386 2 Norfolk Island
27 Jan 2005 7:16AM
The large version of this is just stunning. 1st class work

Mari 12 1.8k Wales
28 Jan 2005 1:21PM
Thanks Tony for the comment on my Langland beach hut shot. There's going to be a epz meeting at Southerndown a week on Sunday if you feel like coming along. See forum thread.

This is really beautiful, wonderful tranquil feeling to it. Your portfolio is stunning too.

claret 11 49 England
4 Feb 2005 4:54AM
Great seascape.
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jules41 12 197 United Kingdom
8 Feb 2005 1:29AM
Beautiful shot Tony,could'nt pick a fave shot from your portfolio,too many to choose:o)
Love this in the panoramic format,and could just see this hanging in a gallery somewhere

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