Quelle jolie prise ! L+F. Cordialement. Chantal
Oh I will Kenny :o)
Now then Neil tha can't go mekkin out as I've fallen short just cos thou's lost thi glasses again ( they'll be on your head as usual) :o))
I'll put the original on a card for next time I come up yours so you can see it as large as I can.
I agree with this being the better image but for me that is because there is much more to see and it's a nicer scene than t'uts.
cheers me auld mukker.
I need to go get my socks back.
Thank you, Mahdi - I've just been enjoying a little travel through your newer gallery, your beautiful country. Best wishes for a wonderful 2013 (O:
To be fair, Kenny, I think the weather was kind to you. That church would look nice on a bright day, but you have caught atmosphere. Those clouds enhance your image incredibly.
Whomping willows, is it, Jethro? Here we have Cliffhanger firs - what dastardly deeds occur after the parks close at dusk is an ongoing mystery. I have been invited to join the Arboreal SOCO and Forensics teams - photographing and sleuthing (O:
Sadly another recent death comes to mind.... Gerry Anderson. I didn't realize it was a British series - I always assumed it was American.
Andy Rodker and KennyW - Thank you both for your great comments YS and likes. Best wishes - Jim
Very powerful. L
Sunset colours (remember the U in the United Kingdom!) na, it was Photoshop.
I was chuffed with this shot as it was taken at dusk, hand held in the two minutes I had to spare. Considerably more time was spent tweaking the RAW image then pulling out the converging verticals and finally I gave in and used PS Elements blue sky button (note the flags and poles have been over washed in blue!)
Glad you liked it! thanks.