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This is a landscape version of the Assynt Stream image I uploaded earlier this week from our walk up Conival last weekend. The portrait version is here. Loch Assynt is just visible in the distance.
Many thanks for your votes and comments on my recent uploads and hope your weekend is going well.
Clicked earlier but got called for dinner before making a comment, Sue!
Comparing this one with the previous portrait format shot from here, whilst I do like this one very much and it is well composed and balanced, I feel the former is more dramatic in it's impact.
I shall return later to see what others think.
After reading Ronnie's comment I have looked at your pf and I have to agree, the portrait image to me is more dramatic, it forces your eye's to follow the stream and out into the distance. That said, what a great pf with some fantastic images.
Keep clicking Sue.
Although this is very very good I do prefer the portrait version - Carole
A well chosen view point for this lovely comp' Sue.
Rugged landscape Sue, tough walking for both of you. But worth the effort
I actually prefer this version, Sue. For some reason my eye is led more naturally along the stream to the distant loch and mountains. I think because there is less space at the top.
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