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Makes a change to get sunshine on a day I'm not working so took our cameras over to Glen Coe. Got caught in a snowstorm in Glen Etive, but it cleared up for us to get a few shots before heading home.
Didn't want to stay out for too long as it was the first time I had tried walking on rough ground since I sprained my ankle. It seemed to stand up to it OK so hoping to try a bit further next time.
Thanks for your votes and comments on my last upload.
Not the best terrain for a recently sprained ankle but at the same time a good test of how it's recovering: and what a superb winter shot of there Great Shepherd, beautifully mirrored in the lochan. Take care!
a super shot
I love going to Glen Etive especially in the better weather. Great capture.
I like the use of repeated triangles in the composition.
That's a splendid picture!
A cracking capture Sue, beautiful exposure and composition.
As Ronnie says, not the best terrain for aiding the recovery of a sprained ankle! But a super capture of this impressive landscape, Sue, with the mountain nicely reflected in the pool of water
Good use of that foreground puddle Sue.
A lovely crisp clear image Sue, glad you where able to get out for awhile and test that Ankle
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