An Indian Summer
- Natasa-David (89)
- [2008-09-25 3:52]
Beautiful photo. Composition is extraordinary! Super strong colors and great pov. TFS! I am adding this one to favorites.
If you haven't already, come and see my gallery.
Excellent composition and lighting,colourfull picture, I love it.
Best regards, Thierry
- nagraj (15166)
- [2008-09-25 4:26]
nice landscape here but i got interested more in your comments, it evokes some response in this Indian, let me try to understand and add (later) about this 'glorious Indian summer'. tfs.
- mbasil (3320)
- [2008-09-25 4:33]
A stunner, Paul. Great detail, like we expect from this lens. Very well composed, as we expect from you. And just the right contrast between the light and dark area, as we expect from RAW and good PP work.
P.S. My takeaway on the "Indian Summer" is that I think everyone sets the bar so they get some (a frost in common enough in Canada that we can get one in Sept. If you had to wait for one of those in coastal UK, it would probably be November, and it wouldn't fell like summer at all.) Either that, or it's just because we have very different kinds of Indians!
- robindb (1420)
- [2008-09-25 8:41]
Excellent colours, lead in and line taking the eye out to the horizon. The footprints add some mystique to the image as well. Hope the Indian Summer extends through the weekend so that we can admire more images next week.
- nglen (36145)
- [2008-09-25 11:47]
Hi Paul. Thanks for your email . I see you have been making the most of the weather. it looks as if the weekend is set to be fine and warm.
This is a unusual pov from behind the large rock , but i like it with the shadow. You seem to have the colour just so . well done TFS.
- vanderschelden (30441)
- [2008-09-25 11:52]
Excellent work due to the compo, the lighting and depth.
Nicely done 'Indian Summer', Paul.
- sandpiper2 (16757)
- [2008-09-25 14:37]
Interesting note, I've often heard the term but never given it much thought.
Great landscape and a new angle on that chalk cliff, we can just see the "door" in the distance. Excellent composition and exposure.
- joey (24909)
- [2008-09-25 14:37]
An eye-catching shot of this beautiful coast-line.
I really like the seaweed covered rock in the FG.
Superb lead-in line from the shadow.
- Evelynn (14454)
- [2008-09-25 21:30]
There isn't much that can match a sunny fall day no matter what you call it. The light, color and sharpness that you captured here are really nice. I hope you get more super photo opportunities this week end.
Evelynn : )
- gannu (14759)
- [2008-09-26 2:18]
Hello Paul, Superb lanscape pictre with excelent color tones and sharpness. Superb presentation. Ganesh
- haraprasan (20403)
- [2008-09-26 3:17]
A nice capture of this beautiful seascape. Superb composition and lovely colors. Thanks a lot for sharing.
- Argus (50626)
- [2008-09-26 6:22]
The composition and light are the strong features of this image the exposure being superb. I like the algal growths on the shady side of the rock and they complement the vegetation on the cliff opposite.
This shot for me is near perfection, perfection being achieved if you cropped away the bottom bit so that the shadow edge came into the corner, but what's 5% from perfection? :>))
Cheers and have a good weekend,
- mehmetarslan (2767)
- [2008-09-27 6:12]
Çok derin bir çalışma.
- bobcat08 (1431)
- [2008-09-28 10:24]
I have no comments on your photo. I completely agree with Joey's critiques.
Perfect shot with very interesting notes about the Indian Summer.
Cheers and TFS BOB
- uleko (10940)
- [2008-09-29 11:42]
A very beautiful and unusual capture that really works and the rock face in the foreground brings nice depth into this composition. Beautiful colours and for a change a lovely blue sky in Britain too!!
As to the Indian Summer we call it 'Brittsommar', not referring to Britain(!)but to the namesday of Birgitta on the 7th October (my second name too!). If it's cold prior to this date and then turns fine it's Brittsommar weather!
TFS and cheers, Ulla