- bobcat08 (1431)
- [2008-12-14 11:55]
Dat is een heel mooie wolkenstraat die je daar geschoten hebt. En dan nog wel op de grond van "ons Ackingerzand" Doet me deugd dit gebied weer terug te zien. Moet er toch vlug weer eens op bezoek gaan. Het gebied verdient dit in ieder geval.
Je compo (POV) is heel doordacht. Het duintje op de voorgrond aen daarachter het weidse gebied van de kale duinen. Schitterend. Dan nog die wolkenluchten erbij en je hebt Holland weer op zijn best aan de wereld getoond.
Ik hoop dat je hoofdpijn ondertussen wat gezakt is.
Groeten en tot TFS BOB
- Heaven (7912)
- [2008-12-14 12:30]
Nothing to pay back... I just hope you will be better soon! But for now, let me appreciate this beautiful picture. I love the sky that creates such a fine perspective with the lines formed by the clouds. For the rest, it reflects the seasonal ambience and atmosphere. The pastel colours are so fine and delicate, and the interesting foreground helps to dive into the picture. It's a simple, yet so pleasant picture.
- wishnugaruda (19365)
- [2008-12-14 12:52]
that's an unreal landscape, like at the end of the world.
I like that wonderful sky, it's a fantastic post, thanks
Sabine - wishnugaruda
All the best for you, keep well soon.
- valy67 (9219)
- [2008-12-14 13:19]
Helo Niek !
Great to see one of your pictures, after such a long absence - I really missed looking at your landscapes ! This one makes no exception, it is wonderful. Composition and POV are splendid, as well as the very natural colors, but what I like most are those wonderful clouds in the blue sky - their shapes look great. Very well done, and I hope you'll feeling better ver soon.
- blue_river (1261)
- [2008-12-14 18:32]
This is a very effective shot, the lines in the clouds really add depth to the image. Good composition,
- Jamesp (18906)
- [2008-12-14 23:53]
Superb sky and really good composition from a low pov. I hope you are feeling better.
Nicely done here, Niek!
Great to hear you had a lovely day out...hope you head ache has disappeared since yesterday and i hope to see more cool shots from this lovely place in the future :)
This is a great exposure management here..i think you did excellent with the filters here although the 1 sec. shutter speed was still a bit fast in order to clearly retain some good motion in the clouds (i'm assuming that's what you were after with the ND).
Even so, the textures everywhere are gorgeous and the colors are natural and just perfectly saturated (not to much as other do them).
Very nice composition, too - with this little bush contrasting the brighter sand as a FG element.
Bravo and TFS
- jconceicao (3174)
- [2008-12-15 10:36]
Excellent detail with beautiful colours.
Lighting and composition are splendid.
- PaulH (13882)
- [2008-12-15 10:44]
i HAVE to get me some of those Lee filters! This is such a perfectly exposed shot, you can't tell any were used...which is the idea i guess! Superb POV, details and composition giving maximum depth...those clouds are stunning and you used them to their maximum potential here.
I do hope you feel better soon AND i look forward to seeing more from your recent adventure :o)
- Evelynn (14454)
- [2008-12-15 15:40]
I certainly hope that your headache has improved by now!!! That's no fun... and on the weekend too! No fair!
My favorite parts of this image are the sky (super!) and the foreground (interesting. sharp, and well exposed.) My least favorite part is the very straight horizon line...even though I know that horizons are pretty straight in the Netherlands. I do think that a lower point of view may have enabled the foreground triangle and grasses to intersect that line and tie the foreground interest to the interesting sky. I sent you an email trying to show what I mean. Technically the image is excellent... again! : )
Evelynn : )
- gannu (14761)
- [2008-12-15 19:52]
Hello Niek, What a beautiful sky with the landscape. Both are standing out in this frame. TFS Ganesh
- anel (40574)
- [2008-12-18 5:19]
This is again a very fine and subtle paysage from Netherland. I like your vertical framing and the different layers of colors from the bottom to the sky. Very subtle the front part and the sky. Very artistical shot again.
Thanks a lot