There's a visual empathy between your daughter and the guitar, leading to a very well composed and executed image.
It appears just a tiny bit red on my monitor, - maybe just lift the whites a small amount, unless it was a low key aspiration?
My iPad opened at the bottom, so I scrolled up to see No2 first. No matter what I did in seeing No1, I kept returning to No2. I find the whole capture simply fabulous.
The composition, colour and lighting are sublime. It gives me the emotion of wishing I could be there.
I've had a play on the comp with different compositions, yet I simply cannot match what you have provided here.
You certainly captured the best viewpoint and perspective for me.
Terrific tonal rendition and work too.
All very good, and I 'feel' the leg ache (having done all 3 ledges of the Bwlch, bluebell and Cad West in a single day...)
And I won't see 60 again either!
Loving No1, the space and dynamic effect are well used.
A lovely dynamic capture.
For me, the rear wheel is very tight as a crop, and I'm wondering if a little detail could be extracted from the underside shadow area in a layer?
Nonetheless, really well achieved.
A Roker sunrise and the Dolphin pod, what a special morning.
Nice to see the Seal taking a photobomb part too.
Considering they are sporadic in surfacing, and often deviate away from a planned path, you did well to capture them.
You've picked up some lovely interaction, both placid and dynamic.
Only point I would add, is that some parts are very close to the edge of the frame, with some of the images having parts (toes/tail) severed.