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Location: The Warren, Folkestone, Kent, England
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Born in Canterbury, Kent, in 1971, I have always been surrounded by beautiful countryside and varied and diverse coastline. Photography has become an outlet for expressing my love for the region.
Stuart, whatever you did to get that effect with the tones… it’s awesome!Nice work!!
Cheers BB, just added a bit of vibrancy and toned down the green in curves. Mother nature did the rest.
– Stuart Chapman
And it stared right back at you :) Beautiful colours and tones Stuart.
Cheers Rhana, been sat on this one for a while, just taken a bit of time to get the end result. Hope all is well with you and yours
Stunning mate. Really well processed.
Cheers Jason, much appreciated
Cracking image Stuart! Love it.
Thanks very much Arfan, very kind of you
Beautiful scene.. love the lead in lines of the poles..great title name :)
Thanks very much Karen, the poles just drew me to this shot
GORGEOUS colours, Stuart!!
Cheers Mieke :)
A well balanced image. Tones and composition. Beautiful Liz
Thank you Liz, very kind of you
Great images, great tones and lead in lines.
Thank you Christina, very kind of you
What a great capture this is Stuart, it makes me think of petrol pored on the damp sand with the colours reflected. great depth.
Thanks Karen, I see what you mean about the petrol, it does have that oily reflected feel to it.
Excellent all round Stuart.
Thanks very much Steven, hope you’re well