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  • Hereford_EOS
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    Right place and the right time wonderful image

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  • digiman
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    David, the silhouette you refer to is what is left of an old ruin. It looks a bit odd, but was too high in the image to crop, and couldn't really be cloned out!

    Thanks for your comments all,

    Garry

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  • David Morison
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    Super atmospheric image but what is the headless creature silhouetted bottom left?

    David

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  • Alun100
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    Very nice colour/mood Garry

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  • tesarver
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    Tom

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  • Les McLean
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    Oh, this is nice, moody, broody and just a little menacing.

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  • digiman
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    Thanks Colin and Nathaniel for your comments, appreciated,

    Garry

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  • Nathaniel
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    Very nice

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  • colin C
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    The afterglow is often better than the sunset, as in this case.

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  • digiman
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    Thanks for commenting Andy.

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  • AndyA
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    That's a nice shot Garry, love the cloud colour.

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  • digiman
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    Going home to roost

    Went out for a walk around the village last night, and ended up in this wee wooded area. Just as I was about to give up shooting anything worth while, the sky cleared and sun did it's magic.....


    Cowdie Sunset by Garry Mac, on Flickr
    ISO200, 28mm at f2.8, 1/4000th, 28mm f2.8 prime

    Comments always welcome,

    Garry
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