A country lane

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  1. tb2

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    As I walked along this country lane near Churchtown, Lancashire, this afternoon, with cow parsley and may blossom lining my way, I looked up at the clouds and understood why the English painter, John Constable, spent much of his life trying to capture their transient beauty. Moreover, it beat the hell out of watching THAT soccer match :)

    Tony

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    verry niiice
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    just the contrast in the green part is a bit soft so it has a hard time to keep up with the clouds.
     
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    Thats excellent! I agree to up the contrast down in the greenery. ;)
     
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    Beautiful shot.
    I don't mind the lower contrast in the greenery.

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    That would do it. :thumbup:
     
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    Keeping it as it is gives the clouds more attention rather than bumping the contrast in the green. I miss that kind of scenery, can't wait to get out of here.
     
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    Thanks for the comments on this one. I don't usually go for symmetry on landscapes, but thought I'd give it a try on this one. Plus, those clouds were moving pretty quickly on the wind, and I didn't have a lot of composing time :)

    Regards, Tony
     

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