RUDYARD REFLECTION

Forums Critique Requests RUDYARD REFLECTION

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  • #6142
    Profile photo of KEN LAST
    Anonymous

    NOT PUT INTO THE MONTHLY  THINGY–AS IT HAS A BIT OF TOPAZ–AJUST-CLASSIC–LOW KEY .

    #6144
    Profile photo of D. Williams
    D. Williams
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    Lovely Ken.  Very tranquil.

    #6145
    Profile photo of meg cumming
    meg cumming
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    Lovely image Ken. I had some of Ayr harbours fishing fleet in full colour negatives, damned if I can find them now. If I could I would have entered them.

    #6167
    Profile photo of Peter Robinson
    Peter Robinson
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    Well spotted Ken. Sometimes a little says a lot. What does it look like up side down if you get my drift?

    #6171
    Profile photo of Ian McNab
    Ian McNab
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    Lovely, peaceful photo, Ken. (I wonder how would it look if you cropped off the real boat at the top of the frame entirely?) Love the colour palette, too.

    #6174
    Profile photo of KEN LAST
    Anonymous

    THANKS ALL-  YES IAN  –WILL DO.   Went for   a  recce. with a view to summer shots. You will know Rudyard Ian–took this from high up on the walkway at the car park end, looking down of course..

    #6177
    Profile photo of Ian McNab
    Ian McNab
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    Thanks for trying the crop, Ken. I quite like the graphic simplicity it creates. What do you reckon?

    (I keep meaning to get over to Rudyard lake, but haven’t managed a trip yet. Looks a good place.)

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