The Hills of Limburg
- PaulH (13882)
- [2007-04-26 11:52]
beautiful open view, it has a really fresh feel to it and the branches and twigs framing the foreground add a nice sense of depth.
I think you have succeeded in showing that Holland does have some height here, despite it's stereotypical 'flat' image. Maybe a slight inccrease in saturation and contrast would enhance it a little. i will try to do a w/s if i can later (am at work at the moment!)
- norenastramus (71)
- [2007-04-26 13:28]
Beautiful composition. it is a wonderful photo with lovely colors and class details.TFS
- jhm (1853)
- [2007-04-26 13:55]
Almost a landscape in Wallonia but you taken in Netherlands Limburg, very lovely area, but very difficult for bikers.
You show us a excellent landscape picture with a nice composition and misty atmosphere above the hills, very well done.
Greetings from Flanders,
- Silvio2006 (101230)
- [2007-04-26 16:06]
Hi Niek, lovely and peaceful landscape with wonderful light and colors, great composition, may be better with Umbria's sky:), very well done, ciao Silvio
- SkyF (8073)
- [2007-04-26 16:51]
nly a hill, but from this perspective one could think you standing on top of a mountain. Great POV with a wonderfful view far into the landscape. I love the fresh green spring grass, nature seems to wake up from hibernation.
Hi Niek, no it does not work for me. I can understand your frustration with this location as it would be difficult to build a strong composition. I don't think the light was in your favor either. Hard to say not being there what I would do myself, I would probably go looking for a suitable tree or go in close with ultra wide to built an interesting foreground. Certainly under better light casting long shadows would help the mood. Regards Steve.
- kokos101 (439)
- [2007-04-27 15:17]
wonderful landscape photo with great composition and colors.
Personally I think that if you want to make hills/mountains look more hilly/mountainous don't weight them down with so much sky. I'd make this 2/3 land and 1/3 sky. I'd stick with just the center section without the twigs and branches on either side. I don't feel there is enough of them for effective framing. As they are they don't add to the sense of distance. I'm not sure that distance was your goal anyway. I think it was the hills. If that is so then eliminate as much as you can that doesn't help tell that story. I like the two sloping hills forming a nice off center Vee with the trees and that "orangey" roof(?) as a focal point.
Thanks for sharing yet another image of your peaceful, gentle landscape and nice soft Dutch colors.
Evelynn : )
- pablominto (14563)
- [2007-04-30 2:27]
An attractive, slowly rolling landscape is captured!
What I appreciate most is the fresh colour of green, telling the story of spring...
Well framed and with good details, fine lines and nicely framed!