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phill 13 1 United Kingdom
21 Jan 2009 7:04PM
Impressive!!
phill

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Mynett 9 142 6 United Kingdom
21 Jan 2009 7:08PM
I love it - very nice lighting, beautiful scene
Linda Smile
porty2003 13 97 Scotland
21 Jan 2009 7:14PM
Lovely 'quality' to the water,fine image

John
User_Removed 13 17.9k 8 Norway
21 Jan 2009 7:15PM
I love this but... (Sad) just having a bit of a problem with the light area to the bottom-right of the frame. It just appears 'odd' somehow. That said the rest is superb - colours to die for Mark! LOL!!
21 Jan 2009 7:30PM
Lovely sky and f/g
NEWMANP 9 1.6k 574 United Kingdom
21 Jan 2009 7:42PM
i love it too, the reflected colour of that super sky is working very well and the stones add bags of depth, i wish i hadnt read that comment about the bright area bottom right because now i cant stop looking at it, could you perhaps pick up the colour and fade a grad across the corner? might work!!
all the best
Phil
VidB 8 11 United Kingdom
21 Jan 2009 7:46PM
Good image like the fire in the sky great colour and reflection.
Dave
JouŠo 13 56 Finland
21 Jan 2009 7:56PM
fabulous! Love the title too.....

Jouko
jeanie Plus
13 6.0k 6 United Kingdom
21 Jan 2009 8:06PM
30 Smile
Melanie_M 12 168 9 United Kingdom
21 Jan 2009 8:10PM
I just got the Rohan Catalogue through the door and this beats their front page image!
WildLight 9 145 3 United Kingdom
21 Jan 2009 8:16PM
Stunning image!
The colours are incredible!

Joe
colin63 9 6 England
21 Jan 2009 8:30PM
Superb sky

Great image

colin
21 Jan 2009 8:33PM
Beautiful shot,Tony
Buffalo_Tom 11 2.3k 9 Wales
21 Jan 2009 9:50PM
Lovely light and colour Mark.
Tom.
sneazy 12 74 United Kingdom
21 Jan 2009 10:49PM
Thanks folks. I know about the area bottom right. Its how it came out so it must have been there but I agree it does distract once you take notice of it. I guess it was just the lighting in the sky at the time and its reflection. I could always tone it down, but hey that's how it was Wink

Thanks all for your positive and useful comments.

Mark

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