Phil Sutters

Phil Sutters

Posted on 02/04/2014


Photo taken on February  3, 2014


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Cuckmere
The South Downs National Park
South Downs National Park
taken from a location reached by public transport


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Canada Geese flying up the Cuckmere - 3.2.2014

Canada Geese flying up the Cuckmere - 3.2.2014

Mitch Seaver, Doug Wall have particularly liked this photo


11 comments - The latest ones
lovestruck
lovestruck
This is really lovely
4 years ago.
Phil Sutters has replied to lovestruck
Thanks Gillie - this is the neatest of four groups returning from who knows where to roost in the fields upstream from here. My grand-daughter (8) thinks that even this formation would be improved if the one in the middle filled the gap in the middle of the top row!
4 years ago.
lovestruck has replied to Phil Sutters
Lol..yes I can see where she is coming from!!..Get her a copy of photoshop to play with and she can move it!
4 years ago.
Phil Sutters has replied to lovestruck
Her Dad's got my copy of PSE 6 - but she's more likely to use my PSE 10!
4 years ago.
Dave Linscheid
Dave Linscheid
Great landscape, especially with those geese.

Found and enjoyed in the group gallery at:
Hang It!
4 years ago.
Phil Sutters has replied to Dave Linscheid
Thanks David - without the geese I don't think it would have had the same impact.
4 years ago.
Darwinsweep
Darwinsweep
Beautiful composition and nice soft tones.
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4 years ago.
Mitch Seaver
Mitch Seaver
Excellent work!
4 years ago.
Phil Sutters has replied to Mitch Seaver
Thanks Mitch. A bit of a contrast to your Alaskan vistas!
4 years ago.
Colin
Colin
A cracking shot mate ,
4 years ago.
Phil Sutters has replied to Colin
Thanks Colin. This is a 'flood' shot - the water in the foreground is not often there to that extent. The actual Cuckmere river runs along the dark line of bushes at the foot of the hill. The main path to the beach had a three inch deep puddle right across it and, without boots, one had to go right over to the edge of the valley to get to the sea. It could well be worse now. We have had rain from mid-morning until well into the evening and we are due more overnight + high winds. Most of the farms around here only have a small proportion of their land in the valley bottoms, fortunately.
4 years ago.