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photoblog image Clent hills Revisited no 2

Clent hills Revisited no 2

Clent hills Revisited no 2



comments (22)

  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 9 Jan 2012, 05:08
You are so lucky with that Mr. Evans.... Great scene, sure looks cold and deserted, no Bacon Buttie for miles...
Love the picture smile
Bill Phillips: The bacon butties are closer than you thinkgrin
this is a very nice scene. the treatment makes it look surreal.
Bill Phillips: it does rather doesn't it smile
  • Ginnie
  • Netherlands
  • 9 Jan 2012, 06:37
Do I detect some white stuff there that the ancients call...snow? I sure would love to see some of it again! Nice one, Bill.
Bill Phillips: No. It is what the ancients call mud.
  • lisl
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 9 Jan 2012, 07:15
This makes me want to walk along that path and see the views
Bill Phillips: It is a delightful place to walk
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 9 Jan 2012, 07:15
It looks all a bit apocalyptic - and there might be a sharp wind? What a treatment!
Bill Phillips: It's my back Philine...making me more grumpy than usual
This is seriously over-egged Mr Phillips.
Bill Phillips: True
  • Chad Doveton
  • Where latitude and longitude meet.
  • 9 Jan 2012, 08:03
The Clent hills is having a 'bad sky day' Bill.
Bill Phillips: As long as it doesn't have a bad bacon day
Quite a surreal atmosphere here Bill!
Bill Phillips: It is indeed Richard grin
  • Chris
  • England
  • 9 Jan 2012, 09:01
I take it you pressed the shutter just as the nuclear blast occurred overhead, just giving you time to run to the baconsarni counter for one final meal...
Bill Phillips: In the dream that is what happened
I quite like this Bill, a slightly washed out look,I like the composition.I'm off to look at the alternative now.
Bill Phillips: Good on you Frank!
Similar sort of comment to that given to Mr. Pig, but less heavy drama so about 100 years later.
Bill Phillips: From Charles dickens to Monica dickens perhaps ?
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 9 Jan 2012, 11:09
Quite familiar looking.
Bill Phillips: Deja vu all over again Louis?
A great dramatic shot here Bill. I like this.
Bill Phillips: Thank you very much Frances
Very nice treatment of the landscape Bill - as others have commented, the clouds look a bit overdone to me in comparison!
Bill Phillips: More thabn a bit Fred grin
I like the way you have got the colours in this Bill, those greens are very attractive.
Bill Phillips: It makes a change
Interesting treatment, Bill.
Bill Phillips: Topazed to the hilt Tom
  • Alan
  • Hanging around Covent Garden
  • 9 Jan 2012, 16:13
LOL at Chris. A bacon carny would be a fine antidote to such a holocaust, I'm sure. Do I detect a touch of Topaz in this?
Bill Phillips: A full kitchen sink full Alan
Very dramatic. Good composition also smile
Bill Phillips: Bunged the kitchen sink at it!
Crickey you have been busy with the chalks on this one Bill.
Bill Phillips: A little twiddle here and there Martin smile
Nice photo ! Very good composition and treatment. I think it's a HDR isn't it?

Un saludo.
Bill Phillips: A liberal use of Topaz Eduardo
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 9 Jan 2012, 23:49
Do you happen to notice Eb while you were shooting this scene, Bill...his shot is very similare, but he was using some old B&W fillum?
Bill Phillips: He is never far away
I love that image, very interesting!
Bill Phillips: Thank you Elizabeth

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