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What a nice scene. I find this really comfortable to look at.  

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A cracker of a shot Polly......a pleasure to look at.

FUJI

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Very pleasurable to look at Polly, such a gentle, serene scene.

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I would love to be sitting there.

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Now that's a great spot for getting out the flask and butties.

The figure on the bench just makes the shot.

Korky

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50 minutes ago, Korky said:

 

The figure on the bench just makes the shot.

Korky

Yer mean my Sherpa ....he carries my camera bag .. Well the small one that is ... The large leather one looks too much like my handbag I think.......;)i

Thank you all for the likes and feedback  .... We went out for a drive yesterday and hadn't intended a  ninety minute walk uphill ... I had my ruddy flip flops on.... Grrr 

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Great shot, I know where that seat is as my photo group paused there to shoot the view, which from there is great 

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It does look a great spot to sit, I might have gone for a tad more contrast but that's just me maybe........ Or maybe as a mono...

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Funnily enough Rye I was  just working on it again and thinking a bit more contrast on the colour ...and I had a mono that I did last night and meant to post along side it ... I was tired I think ...lol

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Here's one coloured with more contrast ...in the distance and some  selected in the foreground ...??

 

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Yes, happens to me all the time.

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Actually it's not that easy  to compare unless the pics are next to each other...

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I do like the more contrasty colour one, but it's still a great shot however you process it.

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Sometimes I find the thumbnails are not quite as vibrant as the  larger versions clicked on ...Is that  an optical illusion or   for real... drat I meant to phone you today ... just seen the post it on the second monitor !! Doh

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This really is a nice scene, Polly. I much prefer the original but if you are shooting RAW and have Lightroom you could drop a grad over the top 1/3 and pull out some blue from the sky.

I tried with your jpg, not quite the result I mean, using a RAW file should reduce the halos.

Is this local to you? Just thinking it looks a good location for a sunset or dawn picture.

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I love this one, wonderful composition and one of those picture you can play with over and over again and always find a different perspective?

Geoff

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Thanks Colin ...  I did add a graduated filter in photoshop on the second coloured one as you suggest  as well as fiddling with some selected contrasts   ... ...I always shoot in RAW  where possible ... Just seems to be a belt and braces thing as I am never convinced I have got it right sooc !  Thanks for the edit ...it  is kind of you all to take the time to look and comment . I know exactly what you mean Geoff . I have got more edits of this than is healthy really ...;) 

Colin ... It faces due west .... So sunset is viable it's just 20 minutes drive ... And just an hour long walk if I'm not wearing flip flops .lol

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