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...with Eilean Sionnach light in the Sound of Sleat, Skye.
One from a while back, and I'll be back here again soon.
Wonderful moody landscape capture.
wonderful capture was here only last week myself..weather was just a little better. nice work.
wonderful moody sky dougie brilliant comp and detail a stunner top shot
Strongly atmospheric, Dougie. Moody, yes; but Skye looks positively benign compared with recent 'spring' weather.
Well you know me and square crops...
This works, it's clean, simple, stark. The tower provides a focal point without actually distracting attention from the big empty view.
I do think there's a nice portrait composition within the frame too, from the centre/left. Place the foreground rock that's nearest to us in the bottom right, have the peak on the left side of the frame, crop a bit off the sky. Well it works for me, holding bits of card up to the screen.
Good to see you around, I was wondering what you were up to. Life is busy here too...
I'm off to skye in 9 days Moira, I'd better start cutting some card up to take with me.
I had considered the upright crop but I'm never as assured at uprights and I would have had to cut into the rock too.
I always find Moira and Bill's comments so pertinent and useful, as here, Dougie: I can't really add much to what she has said other than to remark the the light and cloud cover that day seems fairly typical of the scene up there most of the time.
I would just say that I too rather like the use if square crop for landscapes, where appropriate.
Can understand why you would wish to be back there again ASAP.
Portrait would work here for me because it would indicate a more direct line for the eye to follow, a link between foreground, horizon and sky, the eye moving gently from the rock to the shore, the peak and the cloud formation.
I think that nearest chunk of rock is distinctive enough to stand on its own. There is, of course, a petrified monster's face...
Thirty seven years since I was on Skye, I'm envious.
Good to see you uploading today Dougie - I too had wondered where you were. I like the crop with the lighthouse taking centre stage.
Vast exspance here Dougie, only the lighthouse an indication of mans hand here.
No snow on the mountains...but still has a coldness to this
a beautiful image Dougie, have a good break there again
You'll have to start allowing modifications, Dougie!
Good to see you uploading again
This is certainly dour - not the best day Skye has seen, but it underpins and emphasizes the ruggedness of the nature far more than a sunlit scene would.
The clouds gives it a great mood
Oh, this really makes me homesick.
Hope to see you when I'm over in two weeks time. Maybe Tue or Wed (26/27 March). Don't know yet when I will be in Glasgow, depends on my hosts.
And... btw... not only now we share the weather - most of our "bad" weather comes from Scotland.
This is a wonderful sky above the island hills. And the lighthouse is the icing on the cake.
Cracking shot !!!.....lovely mood in that sky !!
I used to call it 'Beinn Squirrel'.......because I couldn't pronounce the real name !!.
Mean and moody, typical of this wonderful part of Scotland Dougie, excellent presentation as always, I envy you going back to Sky in 9 days,wish I was going also,( possibly later in the year ) take care my friend, and hope to see some more of your excellent work on your return, Bill.
Spot on Bill. People don't seem to bother now about having detail throughout. I get a bit fed up with people saying blown highlights and no detail in the black don't matter.
A great image with every bit of sky done to perfection.
Beautiful combination of excellent foreground and impressive sky that lead the eye into the distant view creating great depth. Lovely image Dougie!
The square crop works very well here.
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