Some Pictures from Ireland

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  1. digital flower

    digital flower No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Pictures from my recent trip to the Southwest of Ireland.

    #1. Bunratty Castle boat
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    #2. One of the nicest flowers I have seen in a long time
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    #3. From along the road (a narrow and curvy one, of course)
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    #4. Beautiful garden in a seaside town
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    #5. Alleyway
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    #6. Dingle Harbor
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    #7. Inch Beach. You can drive right out on it
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  2. Cheyenne

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    Great photos :D

    I love #1 and #5 they are great!
     
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    Nice series! Love the mood and composition in number 1 especially.

    Please take this critique with a grain of salt… The foreground sky reflection is a bit distracting to me, have you considered cropping it out?
     
  4. digital flower

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    Cheyenne, thanks.

    Depth, thanks for the C & C. I will give cropping #1 a try. I found the grey misty light of Ireland difficult to manage. I got a lot of blown out pictures and it wasn't even sunny :confused:
     
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    Love that flower in #2!
     
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    I love Ireland and your photos are great :d
     
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    great series, i especially like the first two... :thumbup:
     
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    Nice series, will agree on the first two! Love the flower shot
     
  9. digital flower

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    Thanks for the comments, everyone :D
     
  10. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Wow. Ireland!
    How it makes me wish we could go there again soon!
    Wonderful pics you have sent here, I just love that old boat in all that green of "The Emerald Isle".
    I think I have never been to THAT part of Ireland, but methinks my friend spent her holidays there last year, Dingle and Inch Beach seem to ring a bell.

    I really like how you photographed the roses giving them the other flowers as background.
     
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    I'm in love with 7. So Irish.

    By the way, I imagine the trip was soothing to the soul. Good for you. :)
     
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    I really like #2.
     

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