United Kingdom England West Dorset District
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highton-ridley, on July 9, 2007, said:
I was intrigued by the ongoing journey that this tree stump is making. It used to be alive and well at some point at the top of the cliff. Right now, (well, when I took the photo) it's at the bottom of the cliff waiting for the next storm to take it to who knows where?
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Luis Maderuelo, on July 10, 2007, said:
Beautiful. The tree is an amazing sculpture. Greetings from Argentina.
highton-ridley, on July 11, 2007, said:
Yes, I really liked the shapes and the fact that the tree was upright after having been carried down the cliff on a mudslide. I wonder where it is now? Maybe heading to Argentina on the sea currents?
Luis Maderuelo, on July 13, 2007, said:
alamos_26, on July 15, 2007, said:
that good photography… sees that you are a professional all your photos they are very good
rosina lamberti, on July 16, 2007, said:
it looks so beautifully placed by nature:)
highton-ridley, on July 16, 2007, said:
Thanks Alala and Rosina.
The place is the famous Jurassic Coast around Lyme Regis.
It's fame comes from its dinosaur and other fossils and almost every day amateur and professional fossil hunters roam up and down with their little hammers. ..especially after there's been storms and mudslides!
alamos_26, on July 16, 2007, said:
it is a very interesting place highton-ridley ,greetings
Thanks Alala :) and greetings from the uk!
Ainars M -1, on July 23, 2007, said:
This picture looks great! It looks even better than ever because You found unique point from where tree stump branches seen aligned with other angles along wild cliff egde angles. :) Good luck to You for next time hunting session for great nature views! Regards a
highton-ridley, on July 23, 2007, said:
Again, thx Ainars. I must confess to cheating a little bit. Where the little branch almost touches the cliff it originally had some bushes / trees behind the very tip, making it touch. I wanted a small gap so I cloned away the vegetation..
..I'm just an image tart!!
Vasco Pires, on July 23, 2007, said:
Nevertheless it's a great composition! And Amazing colours!
Thanks Vasco, although I'm not so happy about the right hand side - I may revisit it and do some dodging to give it a 'lift'. Another day, though ;-)
Ainars M -1, on July 24, 2007, said:
Thanks Highton! I expected from aligned picture with a glance - there has been included some background work. :D I was not suspected You about bushes, I suspected You even more, than You turned or moved in right position tree stumps, to mach Your imagine criterias! :) Althought that can be heavy to turn or move such pieces of wood, but not impossible. :) But this Your final shoot is great and worth your efforts! And who cares now about bushes or dirties? Only You! :D :D
I do often similar 'retouche' works. Wanish unwanted peoples, clear-up cables and wires. Sometimes I do house paint repairs, if they are too ugly and attract viewers attention, sometimes I restore clouds or change colour contrasts. With best regards a
highton-ridley, on July 27, 2007, said:
aah, so you're an 'image tart' too ;D (hope that translates ok!)
Ainars M -1, on July 29, 2007, said:
Translated absolute right! I understand fully Your words! Thank You, and I looking forwards for next great ideas from You! Cheers a
highton-ridley, on July 30, 2007, said:
highton-ridley, on August 15, 2009, said:
I'd love it people came by my blog and said "hi" - I often discuss how I made and processed a particular shot and there's a regular community of folks interested in photography there. See what you're missing out on!
Andi 66, on October 10, 2009, said:
awesome! greetings from germany
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