Somerset from the Quantock Hills   51657
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1 Brecon Beacons National Park
2 Pen-y-fan (886m)
3 Bristol Channel
4 Barry
5 Cardiff
6 Flat Holm
7 Yigyrid Fawr (486m)
8 Steep Holm
9 Forest of Dean (230m)
10 Mouth of the River Severn
11 Hinkley Point
12 Brean Downs (97m)
13 Cheddar Gorge
14 Nether Stowey village
15 Mendips - Beacon Batch (325m)
16 Somerset Levels
17 Glastonbury Tor (158m)
18 Salisbury Plains (225m)
19 Long Knoll (288m)

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Location: Overlooking Nether Stowey (150 m)      by: Paul Chater
Area: United Kingdom      Date: 27.12.2012
12 images taken on a visit to Exmoor National Park. This view overlooking the Bristol Channel to the southern coast of Wales, also observes most of the county of Northern Somerset. What interested me was the interesting change in soil colour, from brown to a rich red clay.

Comments

Paul,
I like the colours, forms and lines. Only the sharpness is not perfekt.

Best regards,

Christian
2013/01/23 20:43 , Christian Hönig
Hi Paul. It is very nice, but still a little "gritty" quality. Btw, it would be great if you added how high and how distant the various features are. KR Jan.
2013/01/24 00:11 , Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Thanks for both your comments. I will add additional information soon.
regards, Paul.
2013/01/24 21:26 , Paul Chater
I like the composition, namely, how you have placed with skilful balance the different colour masses inside the whole.
2013/01/24 22:38 , Pedrotti Alberto
Hi Pedrotti, thanks for comment. I've just enjoyed looking through your portfolio. I can see you are a well travelled person. and construct your images for good composition. I particularly like the skies in 10508 and 10301.
regards, Paul.
2013/01/27 11:21 , Paul Chater

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