Reflections in the pond

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    A very interesting shot there, I reall like it where you have the blue sky just peaking through the dark clouds - very nice!
    I think the sun though spoilt the lefthand side just a little with the water reflection, if you ever get to try again I would try and wait for the sun to be hidden behind a cloud and then shoot.
     
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    Thanks for the kind comment Overread. In fact I made a point of waiting for the sun to make a filtered appearance on the left of the frame because I wanted the contrast that a full tonal range gave to the image as well as some of the translucent effects that accompany it.

    Regards, Tony
     
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    I really like this shot, nice job to capture depth and great colors.
     
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    I like the interplay of light and dark on the diagonals in this pic. There's an almost ethereal feel to it.
     
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    Very nice :)
     

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