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    Cracking sunset, before the rain today.

    Perthshire sunset by David Miller, on Flickr

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    Lovely shot, reminds me of Kenya
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    Default Re: Perthshire Sunset

    Thatís a nice sky fire David, well seen and captured


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    Yes the sky is lovely but I’m not looking at 50% of the picture as it’s just black.

    If it were mine I’d either drop the horizon by cropping or add some light to those deep shadows to give some interest
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    Great sunset you have captured David.

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    Default Re: Perthshire Sunset

    Haven't seen one as vibrant as that for a long time David. Beautiful image, but a would make a little of the foreground disappear - you need a base for the image, but not quite that much.
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    Thanks all, I can see what Colin & Bo are saying, my thoughts were that it portrayed the depth & height of yonder hills, but I can see that if I cropped the bottom I would still get that perception. Thanks
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    Agree with Bo and Colin. Think I would crop out about 2/3 of the foreground.

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    Any better? Dave

    Improved shot. by David Miller, on Flickr

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    That is better

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