A small stream joins the river Esk making it's way down to the North Sea at Whitby
Extremely nice effect all round, Like. Best, Andy
Cheers Andy, it won't appeal to the masses but I like it and now you say you do so that's a start :o)
Now why won't it appeal to the masses Sam!! because it has no sky?? It doesn't matter. Viewed full size there's a lot of detail,ivy on the trees,the intertwining branches and the water slowed down nicely.You like it and thats what matters,it'll do for me too,as Andy said,a nice effect all round;-)
Neil, thanks. You said what I would have wanted to have said, just about word for word, were it not for the fact that the words 'put, foot, in and mouth' spring to mind when I do so!
Best, Andy :o).
Sometimes i'm good with my feet also Andy.I have to admit though,i left this on full size and came back to it twice before commenting,it grew on me. At the end of the day an honest comment is what counts and will probably appreciated,it can sound patronising but its not meant that way.Cheers Any
I forgot to mention the spring flowers Sam;-))
I'm huge and it appeals to me. Very nice scene indeed. Have a like on me.
Cheers *Andy, Neil & KC * I appreciate each and every comment and of course I am delighted if my statement is proved wrong. What I meant though is that because it isn't particularly colourful or immediately attractive from the thumbnail then it won't grab attention as such and it could easily be passed by.
kindest regards to you all.
Gi'ower lad,there's plenty o' colour if tha laikes for it. The trouble is Sam some people won't open pictures and have a good look at them,their loss sometimes i think.
Thanks Ian , yes it is one of those places where you can just drift away in the sounds of nature.
kind regards, Sam
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