Stonehenge

by Rosemier Matt

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Gallery: Architecture

Tags: seeking critique

Category: Architecture

Published: Thursday 15th of March 2007 01:11:34 PM


Comments

Alpo Syvänen
Hmmm... I have a feeling, that someone - or make that "something" - want`s to grow as BIG, as the big and important neigbours kid`s... ;-D I like this one a lot! Definitely the most original Stonehenge-image that I have ever seen!!! With wide grin in my face, Alpo

Fred G
a very unique and clever image, dealing with scale in a great way. it is very eye-catching when you first see it, and the great thing is that it continues to "grow" on you, it's not just a fleeting pleasantry. very creative way to see through the lens of the camera. I'll agree on some of the esthetic/technical details but it, nevertheless, tells a great story.

Brendan Kingsley
I agree, this is the most interestingly composed Stonehenge picture I have seen. I really like this angle, it is what makes this image so compelling. Great composition. The colors might need a slight adjustment to enhance the picture. As is the colors seem a little flat and bland. But other than that nothing else can be done to make this image any better, it's already great. Too bad it was not a sunny day with bright blue sky.

Fred G
5/6 only because they wouldn't let me give you a 7 for originality because you were so kind as to give me one recently! ahh, the ratings game.

Matt Rosemier
Thanks Brendan for your positive remarks. As for this... "The colors might need a slight adjustment to enhance the picture. As is the colors seem a little flat and bland." I'm sorry, this is England, and bland colors are part of the landscape. If I were to boost the colors the photo would look faked.There aren't many photos I am entirely happy with, but this is one of them.

Matt Rosemier
Stonehenge thanks for taking the time to rate or comment on this photo.

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