• A bit too much foreground for my liking. Crop? - RattyBoots

On the Edge

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k.kounalaki, .Mike Schmidt., 5y12u3k, and 64 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. lordoye 36 months ago | reply


  2. raw.tism 36 months ago | reply

    Beautiful and cleverly composed, masterful !

  3. pearson_251 36 months ago | reply

    Extraordinary work ...........beautifully photographed

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  4. shexbeer 36 months ago | reply

    fabulous capture!

  5. dovetaildw 36 months ago | reply

    Beautiful shot, I love how you framed the castle!

  6. RattyBoots 36 months ago | reply

    Stunning landscape and well captured, as ever. Not so keen on the large bland foreground for this though.

  7. josefrancisco.salgado 36 months ago | reply

    The best in the series.

  8. Mark Magin 36 months ago | reply

    Like something from a fairy tale.

  9. januartha 36 months ago | reply

    great framing by the tree

  10. Jos Kuklewski 36 months ago | reply

    good composition

  11. hipydeus 36 months ago | reply

    I see your point and it is certainly an option. I like the depth and vastness that i would loose a bit if i crop more. But perhaps it would be more catchy.

  12. Ameliepie 36 months ago | reply

    Amazing and so fairytalish! Magic!

  13. Walimai.photo [OFF/on] 36 months ago | reply

    Love the composition and the mood...

  14. Fly bye! 36 months ago | reply

    Something very odd is going on! I posted a comment here and on 'Sleepy Sun' last night but now I've come back and they're not here! Bummer! Ok, I'll try again. I love the shot, I understand comment but I like the foreground as is because it replicates for me the moment when you first come upon an unexpected and stunning subject or vista, and then the thrill of pleasurable anticipation as you get closer and more of the wonder is revealed. Sometimes less is more, and this is a case in point, I like that you haven't made the castle the obvious subject but instead an intriguing, mouthwatering glimpse.

  15. hipydeus 36 months ago | reply

    You already posted and your comment disappeared? That's spooky!! I don't know what happened. Anyway thanks for your nice comments. Always a pleasure.

  16. d. harvin 36 months ago | reply

    Beautiful place and view of the castle! Would love to sit here at watch the sunset! Beautiful work my friend!

  17. Katja Gavric 36 months ago | reply

    oh my, great! lovely view, beautiful tones and composition :)

  18. jubyvictor 36 months ago | reply

    Nice one, reminds me of the castle in Shrek :)

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