Beautiful harmony of colours, Calum, and a stunning shot.
Sean!!!! :)Unfortunately not mine but eldest child's.I cropped and tweaked that's all.
Ah, Calum. So do, please, pass on my com(pli)ment.Was it a 'lucky shot' or did the eldest youngster-artist compose the scenery?Anyway, again, I like it very much; ... and you cropped and tweaked it perfectly, Calum, wherewith (at least) a part of the compliment remains with you.
Sean, I have passed on your comments - thanks given back to you.The pic wasn't set up but neither was it lucky. Elder child saw the potential and clicked. The cropping was relatively small.
The words I am going to choose may not exactly tell what I mean, but you'll understand anyway:My delight increases. May eldest child steadily try to improve her/his skills; thus (what might have already been realised as a little gift) could turn out to be(come) a wonderful one.Kind regards.
Sean, Many, many thanks.
Very nice Calum
Wow! eldest child certainly has an eye for a good photo. I am looking forward to future photos :-)
I should have said that elder child used MY camera. Does that make the photo mine? No, didn't think so.