Really great! Looking at your gallery, I see some nice work. Would like to see more, much more! The only thing I can think of to improve this shot would be to have the slightest bit more of the building in the reflected area. I know it only lacks the light to be complete, but the effect is it feels cut off.--Chris
To pacificphoto: Before cropping, the picture did actually show the lower light. However, (and you would agree if you saw it), that light actually pulled the attention away from the rest of the picture and so I saw little choice but to remove it. Admittedly it is unfortunate, but there seems little I can do about it now
rjvc: Ok, thanks for the comments - I must confess I'm a 'noob' with all that border and text nonsense. My wife and I sat here for hours trying to find a decent font etc and that was what we ended up with. I'll certainly try making it smaller.
High tide on the Dart, lovely shot,love those reflections.'There is no point pressing the shutter unless you are making some caustic comment on the incongruities of life. That is what photography is all about. It is the only reason for doing it.'......Philip Jones Griffiths
How about trying this (making it up as I go). Put the light back in, then get out your handy cloning tool. Lower your opacity to about 10 percent, and clone some of the surrounding water around. Maybe it'll tone the light down enough to give us a sense of symnetry, yet not steal the show.--Chris