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Another from last Novembers Rowardennan meet. Looking across Lochan na h Achlaise at an oncoming squall. Taken about an hour after my last series of shots.
Hope you like, if not, let me know why
You couldn't not like this, its gorgeous.
Wow! Beautiful Colour. A winner for sure!
Really like the pic, but not too sure whats going on at the bottom left corner in terms of the colour and the lack of detail in a small section.. not sure would editings been done would be interested to know. Ross
Lovely image of the moods of Rannoch
Beautiful light and colours.
Cheers Lynn and Rob.
Ross, your comment bothers me a little as I've not done a great deal - especially not to the bottom left. I can't quite understand what you mean, but the process is as follows ... processed in C1LE, then a couple of small adjustment curves in PS [1 sky + 1 below horizon], retouch some minor lens flare and dust spots. Resize, frame & post. HTH
Ta too Phil and Martyn.
Plenty of detail there for me.
No where to run, great shot Paul. Ron.
Cheers Kris and Ron, appreciate your time guys
Great colours and mood Paul. Smashing scene.
Very nice shot! Real sense of calm before the storm.
Another good 'un...oh to be there right now
fantastic scene paul,the dark cloud has added real drama to the scene,great work as always.
Think Ross means the fact that the wind has blown the grasses into a blur Paul, thus making them indistinct.
Seems fine to me, as this is what you would expect with the wind blowing, witness the reeds blowing in the Loch. Love that light on the distant hills behind the lone tree.
And you said you got no decent shots from this meet. Shame on you!!
another nice one Paul
Love the light and atmosphere
smashing capture grt aj
Such a beautiful photo with the light, ripples on the loch, clouds, colours... the magic of Rannoch Moor is there. JNC
Thanks you lot. I dunno, you disappear for a few minutes and woooosh ... a sudden flurry of activity ... cheers!!
Quote: Another good 'un...oh to be there right now
... and you'd be getting eaten alive Chris
Thanks for clearing that up Martin, there's a little movement in the grass but not that much, but it's that fine stuff so maybe that's why it appears to have little detail.
Cracking moody image.
Really great shot Paul, excellent tones and nicely captured light.
Cheers Mel and Scott for your time and great comments
B**GER!!! Oh well Have an RC+1 then!
Cheers Petra ... yes, and you too slow-coach
Great with the distant light and clouds
Very dramatic image.Nice one.
Thanks guys, appreciate it
Very moody and a niece touch of light on the water
Excellent Paul, great tones and light level.
Very nice paul
Great colour and lovely light
Plenty in the btm left here, a warm rust color as most of left side, nice shot on the whole.
Not at all bad
Very atmospheric shot - works for me!
Thanks guys, 'nother one going up in a mo
Wonderful lighting, composition and drama Paul. Terrific shot.
Ta Nigel, thanks a lot
I prefer this version mate. Wonderful it is too.
Awkward, that's what you are mate
Fantastic light and superb sky. Great composition,
Glad you like it Johanna
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