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Summer in the Irish countryside. This is a HDR version of an earlier image I uploaded. I think it has a different impact, but I like both versions. Nikon D50 18-55mm lens
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ha-the emerald isle indeed!!!! there are so many pictures within this one work. Try a few crops Agnes!!!!!
Thank you so much, picketty. I haven’t enough resolution to make good crops. Agnes xx
– Agnes McGuinness
Very beautiful and excellent work Agnes.
Thank you very much, Thea. Appreciate it. Agnes xx
Stunningly gorgeous Agnes!!
Thank you, my friend. Agnes xx
superb image; great light Agnes, brilliant composition ~ well done
Thank you so very much, David. Agnes xx
Lookiing forward to seeing this in NLNI group
Can I put it in the group, David? I think I was on the Donegal side of the border when I shot it. Agnes xx
I’ve been thinking we ought to slightly change the rules for NI photographers in the NW since Donegal is on your back doorstep !
Great. I’ll submit it to the group. It’s hard to tell near Grianan, and behind where I live just where the border is. Thanks David. Agnes xx
looks beautiful Agnes … would love to go to Ireland
Thank you so much, Phil. Well, you’re always welcome. There’s some great seas around here, and plenty of surfing. Not as sunny as Australian surfing! Agnes xx
i like this best
Thanks, Dave. And thanks again for the favourite. Do you mean you like it better than the other version. I might delete that one. Agnes xx
awesome sky!It really grabs you!wowe!-jinneyxx
Thank you very much, jinney. Agnes xx