oystermouth castle

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  1. deadjoe

    deadjoe TPF Noob!

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    hello, took this today, what do you think?

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    John E. TPF Noob!

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    Good picture I like how the pictured is layered, 4 layers actually and it works in this picture. Unique shot.
     
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    wow that is rether interesting.. great shot!
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Quite so, Cruzin: to me it also were the layers that caught my attention immediately. Only don't I care too much for the bottom layer of blue (blurry water). One of the two would be enough for my liking. But such minor thing can so easily be mended by a simple crop...
    Other than that there's nothing to complain about. Good one, deadjoe (and no seagull in this one!!!!!:shock:)
     
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    I disagree with you about the blurry water - I think the spit of land before the main coast is important to the picture to give it more distance, and the first section of water is necessary (other wise the spit of land wouldn't make sense)

    Great shot - did you post process it much?
     

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