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    Over the Bay

    Liked the clouds and the contrast to the mountains across the bay, taken on a stormy day on Skye, looking towards the Cullin

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    Lincs1

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    Re: Over the Bay

    this pic this landscape is one of the best pics i have seen here in recent times there is too much cluster in the foreground too sharp focused rocks of all shapes and colors lots of interesting things but i find the distant mountains,the lovely dark clouds,hovering above menacingly very soothing to my soul! this is a great poster pic i must say and end

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    Re: Over the Bay

    Quote Originally Posted by Lincs1 View Post
    Liked the clouds and the contrast to the mountains across the bay, taken on a stormy day on Skye, looking towards the Cullin

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    Lincs1
    OK Nigel, you have got us slavering, now you can post the shot where all that cloud over the Cuillins suddenly dispersed just as the sun was setting *

    meanwhile, maybe try to cut out a little noise from the mountain area and stamp out that roll of tubing

    Chris

    * I do seem to have posted lousy example of such with an apology at http://www.pbase.com/crisscross/image/101400653

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    Re: Over the Bay

    These are the places that I miss 'from my youth'. Fantastic moody shot of a beautiful place. I really like the subdued colours - I bet it would even look good in B&W.

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    Thank you for all your comments, this a magical spot, each new angle gives a new view and they are all so dramatic, suppose a way to declutter the foreground is to crop back to the point where the sea hits the LH corner, but I liked the movement of the little stream in the FG as I have done in At The End of the Road.

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    Re: Over the Bay

    Quote Originally Posted by Lincs1 View Post
    ...this a magical spot, each new angle gives a new view and they are all so dramatic, suppose a way to declutter the foreground is to crop back to the point where the sea hits the LH corner, but I liked the movement of the little stream in the FG as I have done in At The End of the Road.

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    Don't do it Nigel!! I like the stream too and it makes the rock promontory identifyable as a spit. Did you try stamping out just the roll of plastic?

    Chris

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    Quote Originally Posted by crisscross View Post
    Don't do it Nigel!! I like the stream too and it makes the rock promontory identifyable as a spit. Did you try stamping out just the roll of plastic?

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    Not going to...... don't think it works as well.

    Lincs1

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