Distant fishermen

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  1. tb2

    tb2 TPF Noob!

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    A 400mm (35mm equiv) lens on England's Coniston Water stacked the receding headlands quite well, even if a lot of sky and water needed cropping!

    Regards, Tony

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    very cool photo. My favorite part is the fisherman. Adds some life to the already beautiful scene.
     
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    Good photo. :D
     
  4. Antarctican

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    It's a cool shot, with the gradually more subtlely coloured hills. I agree that the presence of the fishermen really adds a point of interest in the photo. Good job!
     
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    Yeah, that is a really cool shot.
     
  6. lostprophet

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    beautiful shot, well done
     

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