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Mark Bulmer

Member
This was an image I shot yesterday morning. I have been waiting for these bluebells to appear and now they have I will be visiting them again and again. I would like some mist that would be the icing on the cake. Anyhow that's one in the bag for now. Sunset will be next from the other side of the barn.

emsworthy-mire-blubells.jpg
 
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Ozzie_Traveller

Old Hand
Premium Member
G'day Mark

You might like some mist ... but I reckon it's just beaut as it is ... you have a wonderful postcard style image of country UK [I presume] that shows the countryside image we all enjoy. Not a car or power pole or take-away food outlet to be seen

This is the sort of image that a 20" x 30" poster on the wall is worth dreaming about instead of mowing lawns or vacuuming or doing the tax returns ......

Phil
 

Roger S

Crazy Canuck
Administrator
This is just a gorgeous shot, Mark. You may want to consider that we have a Bluebell competition very year which s running now, so if you have any different shots from this year you might consider entering. I'll post a link later when I'm back on my real 'puter instead of a stupid tablet I can't figure out. ;)
 

Mark Bulmer

Member
G'day Mark

You might like some mist ... but I reckon it's just beaut as it is ... you have a wonderful postcard style image of country UK [I presume] that shows the countryside image we all enjoy. Not a car or power pole or take-away food outlet to be seen

This is the sort of image that a 20" x 30" poster on the wall is worth dreaming about instead of mowing lawns or vacuuming or doing the tax returns ......

Phil
Thank you so much. I'd love to get some of my images out there for the public to see and admire but it's not easy.

This is just a gorgeous shot, Mark. You may want to consider that we have a Bluebell competition very year which s running now, so if you have any different shots from this year you might consider entering. I'll post a link later when I'm back on my real 'puter instead of a stupid tablet I can't figure out. ;)
Thank you Roger. I have a few bluebell shots from this year. As I type this I'm camping on location to shoot this image again I'm the morning. Well it's actually morning now. Finished work at 11.30pm got in my van and drove to the location. Fingers crossed again for some nice light. Oh and I'm also on my phone replying to you so hopefully this will post ok.
 
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Roger S

Crazy Canuck
Administrator
Thank you Roger. I have a few bluebell shots from this year. As I type this I'm camping on location to shoot this image again I'm the morning. Well it's actually morning now. Finished work at 11.30pm got in my van and drove to the location. Fingers crossed again for some nice light. Oh and I'm also on my phone replying to you so hopefully this will post ok.
Here's the comp, Mark.

https://www.photography-forum.org/threads/the-annual-bluebell-challenge-for-2019.153316/#post-1868492
 

Mark Bulmer

Member
Thank you for your kind word. So I managed to get another shot this morning. No intense light much softer which did help bring out more colour from the bluebells. It's ongoing at the moment. Sunset will be next.

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i.candide

Here a lot
Premium Member
The patience of Job you have... The photos are near perfect... You are living my dream...

Enjoy the day
I.candide
 

Pete Larkin

Always on
Premium Member
The second has far more atmosphere for me, and the colours, and light, are better. First was good though!
 
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