- marianas (3535)
- [2009-10-13 9:35]
Wonderful capture, great historical place!
Your note is very good too!
- akg (2264)
- [2009-10-13 10:23]
Excellent composition of this great historical piece. Nice clarity, wonderful sunlight and the vast background.
Thanks for sharing this great work and the important notes.
- roges (8705)
- [2009-10-13 11:13]
What interesting pictures! Beautiful colors, congratulations.
Very good description provided.
Have a nice evening,
- Royaldevon (22131)
- [2009-10-13 12:44]
I have never heard of 'quoit' being used in conection with ancient burials .. I do like to learn new information!
Your focus is really sharp and has captured the relief details of the stones very well. The shadows add a littl extra interest as well as helping to define the shapes. The shot is well composed and the saturation is spot on.
I can sense that you are having a great time discovering your new location!
- hifimusicdai (15641)
- [2009-10-13 19:44]
Beautiful part of the UK well capture Looks like wonderful weather also with the heather out Nice low pov has made the dolmen more dramatic Nice work
PS thanks for naming my plant earler today
Some fine soft colours in this excellent composition.
The nearest "leg" of the dolmen lies neatly on a vertical line of thirds, and the bottom of the "table" on a horizontal third.
I also like the way you have positioned the ruined tin mine on the horizon in such a way that the table points directly at it, carrying the eye across the image and into the distance, giving a fine sense of perspective.
I have drawn another of my diagrams in the WS.
- jimmybb (3692)
- [2009-11-10 8:44]
great shot of this dolmen,nice pov and good bright colours,very good detail,its nice to see its restored,a similar one outside Galway suffered a recent capstone damage yet to be restored.