Discussion in 'Landscape and Architecture' started by Julian de'Courcy, Mar 7, 2014.
Splendid Julian! Missed these! Brilliant!
Thank Dan, tis the near the cross roads between Meva and Pentewan.
Gorgeous stuff Julian (both images). I have missed these landscapes of yours. I would probably play with reducing or eliminating the foreground even though it would mean sacrificing a layer. As is though, I still think it is a superb image.
The foreground was mentioned by a poster in Flickr. It is as that filed slopes away so quickly it has that dominance in not actually being a part of the whole . Of course with the longer focal length the images begins past that point. I aught to try and get into the field, with the attempt to include the downward slope. What puts me of is the locked gate. Got me thinking so thanks for that.
Stunners both! But that first is one sublime. Love 'em Julian. (As Dan might say by way of superlative,...GET IN!)
I may well find out about Dan in June when he visits Kernow, I'll report back then
He should be easy to spot in a crowd, Julian. Each of his eyeballs is two inches in diameter and his nose--a snout, actually--is about a foot and a half long.
He'll probably wear a human mask to try and blend in though!
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