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Oh Barry, I have such strong memories of Respryn woods. When I was young I'd go there with my father, particularly in early Spring when the whole meadow was a yellow blaze of wild daffodils. Over the years I've often wondered how badly the daffodil carpet has been decimated by vandal-picking. If you head there again in days of full bloom; maybe you could report back? I'm betting you surely can't resist a daffodil day out––– can you?
Barry – Thank you, I'm much obliged. Vicariously, I greatly enjoy your Cornish outings to places etched in my heart.Respryn Woods is a magical place.....
I tried to look through my old files for any images of the meadow with the Cornish daffodils in... I expect they have been picked and sold on
.....I shall keep an eye out for the daffodils as Respryn is only about 4 miles from my home.
Here are some older images at Respryn.........
Gorgeous image.Sandstone Mountain
Sony A7RII/ Tamron 28-75 RXD
Thank you for the kind words and for the suggestion on how the photo might be improved.Gorgeous image.
This would look also terrific when focus tracked in camera and then focus stacked with Helicon Focus.
The cloudy sky possibly would need retouching.
Meaning, in the stacked image replaced with the cloudy sky from the single image with the most in focus one. :thumbs:
Thank you. The image is fine as is.Thank you for the kind words and for the suggestion on how the photo might be improved.