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Sunset at Ramsbottom

 

The sun sets behind Holcome Hill and the Peel Tower high in the Lancashire Pennines above Ramsbottom.

A bit of levels and curves to bring out the colour then cropped to meet the SC requirements. I do wonder if I went to far with this but then I thought "I quite like it"

 

Sunset at Ramsbottom

 

The sun sets behind Holcome Hill and the Peel Tower high in the Lancashire Pennines above Ramsbottom.

A bit of levels and curves to bring out the colour then cropped to meet the SC requirements. I do wonder if I went to far with this but then I thought "I quite like it"

 

comments (7)

  • Nig
  • at the gym - oooh me back
  • 26 Nov 2007, 08:19
It doesnt look over processed, it may of been worth seeing how the buildings/foreground looked as total silhouettes.
Les Auld: Thanks Nigel, appreciate the comment.
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 26 Nov 2007, 10:37
Remain with "I quite like it", I do too. Right on top, somewhat to the left where there is a blue spot, there are also two dark dots that suggest a lens that needs attention. Or maybe migrating birds smile

Great picture.
Les Auld: Thanks Louis, never noticed the black dots, they are on the original so they may have been birds as they don't appear on other images from the same time.
  • Ginnie
  • United States
  • 26 Nov 2007, 10:51
YOU liking this is what's important to me, Les, because then I go about finding out what I like about it as well. smile
Les Auld: Thanks Ginnie for the encouragement. appreciate the comment.
Impressive light as a fire in the dark ! Bravo !
Les Auld: Thanks Zeb, it does look like the hill is on fire.
  • Kathryn
  • Germany
  • 26 Nov 2007, 13:21
The trees look on fire with the light! I quite like it too.
Les Auld: Thanks Kathryn, glad you quite like it.
I don`t think it is over-processed. I think it works beautifully. (:o)
Les Auld: Thanks for the comment Rosalyn, appreciate your looking.
  • Ellie
  • England
  • 26 Nov 2007, 23:55
Oh my, that's gorgeous
Les Auld: Thanks Ellie, with a little PS help.

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