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Hag of Beara 2 by InShinFrog Hag of Beara 2 by InShinFrog
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Hag of Beara 2by InShinFrog

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Try reading that without getting alump in your throat...

'An Chailleach Beara' The Hag of Beara is the narrator of the finest old Irish poem in existence. She is said to have lived seven life times before being turned to stone.

Left the dog in for some scale ;)

Last one of this trip out .... *phew* grad grey filter used and colour edit in PS.
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Nadia1956 Featured By Owner May 16, 2009
Great poem.
Are you a U2 fan? They're Irish, you know ;)
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InShinFrog Featured By Owner May 16, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
Erm ummmmmmm U2 erm ummmmmmmmmmmm :no:
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Nadia1956 Featured By Owner May 16, 2009
No prob :D
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PaulGana Featured By Owner May 13, 2009
nice shot, like the scenery again, I think I can see where the grad was used
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InShinFrog Featured By Owner May 13, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
You probably can !!! I am still learning to use that, it doesn't always work well !!!!
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PaulGana Featured By Owner May 13, 2009
that is the problem with Graduated Density Filters
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InShinFrog Featured By Owner May 14, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
YEsssssssssssss lol the jury is out for me on whether I REALLY like them or not as I am not keen on that obvious 'line' but they do seem to help out when the sky is so bright...
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PaulGana Featured By Owner May 14, 2009
rarely I use a graduated ND filter, because I know that a digital camera has a tonal range of 5 stops, and as long as a scene between the shadows and highlights is within that 5 stop range I can capture detail in both and just process the photo in the digital darkroom to how I saw it, only is it when it is beyond the 5 stop range that I use a Grad ND filter,

I have never used a Grad Grey filter though
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theshinyrock Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2009
nice shot :)
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InShinFrog Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
:bow:
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