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Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by Glenn S, Jan 30, 2011.
Panasonic G1 with 14-45 lens
A beautiful subject well handled. Had it been my photograph i would have been tempted to try and lighten the foreground by just a tiny amount, but that's just my opinion, nothing to say that it would have been a better rendering.
Very nice shot of one of my favourite places.
I think that this is a gorgeous shot and I wouldn't do a thing with it except print it A-3 and have it framed and hang it on the wall!!
Now that it is dark outside and the room lighting conditions are different I have to admit that i wouldn't do anything to alter it either, so i withdraw my earlier comments, that change has raised it into the category of "gorgeous".
Hi Glenn. Great pic of the big shepherd. Most I've seen are more 'pretty' but your's shows it with weather too. Many years ago two of us were (almost) blown off - round the corner of the right hand slope in your pic there's a gentle route we tackled on ice. No problems until hailstones came rushing in on the wind. Under several layers with a Ventile outer jacket (anyone remember Ventile?) I could feel the hail like soft bullets. Then it cleared. Then it came again. And again it filled in all the steps we had cut in the ice. Time to go home! Clachaig for a wee dram.
BYW: I took some snaps that day on a Rollei 35. There's a forum somewhere, I'm sure, but why can't digital deliver a full frame compact of that size? I undestand some of the issues with lens design/coverage but............?
Very very nice.
Thank you all for your kind comments, I was initially disappointed with my shots but managed to rescue this one, which I really like too!
Wow, that is gorgeous. Definitely a wall-hanger.
fantastic work glenn, the composition and the lighting feels so right. I could look at this for hours hope you get a nice print made up!
Thanks Kosta, I'm thinking I might get a canvas print done.
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