Looking down on my home town. by jayfar ()
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This is for Jacomina (Mies) whose birthday I believe is tomorrow (21st Dec) - shortest daylight hours for us in the Northern Hemisphere!!
Happy birthday Jacomina.
Image Comments (33)
Gammacrucis () 1:44PM | Sat, 20 December 2014
Very nice landscape and excellent presentation of the shot, love arrangement ^_^
Cyve () 3:36PM | Sat, 20 December 2014
Marvelous panorama and outstanding capture... Marvelous place also !!!
photosynthesis () 4:35PM | Sat, 20 December 2014
A beautiful rural landscape - it has a great wide open feeling...
anmes () 5:23PM | Sat, 20 December 2014
This is an outstanding capture that stretches into the distance and the sky is a wonder. great Somerset scene.
Faemike55 () 10:30PM | Sat, 20 December 2014
Very beautiful capture and dedication to Mies Happy birthday Mies
giulband () 2:11AM | Sun, 21 December 2014
Superb vision !!!! The tree in the right middle of the scene make this picture special !!
dochtersions () 6:25AM | Sun, 21 December 2014
What a wonderful lines can be admired here, with all those squares on the right, framed with here and there trees in it. On the first place it is a brilliant picture, with a grand look to your residence Chard, with also a impressing sky above it. And, hey dear Jeff, this is actually for me as an invitation to behold your landscape with their own eyes. ;-) Nevertheless I'll have to be satisfied by this crisp and clear photo. It brings a lot of joy to my birthday. I love it, my friend!!!
blondeblurr () 4:37PM | Sun, 21 December 2014
Indeed, this is an amazing and partial view of your beloved home country - and zoomed in even better ... I knew that Jacomina would love it :)) you picked out a fine present for her with this landscape of Chard, and what wonderful clouds and sky Jeff, BB