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Yet another image of Loch Assynt in Sutherland. The mountain in the distance to the right of centre is Canisp. V2 is a closer crop from the same image.
Thanks for your votes and comments on my recent uploads and hope you all have a good weekend
Neighbours tonight, Missus!
Beautiful image Sue - V1 is my fav
cant decide between the two
so it will have to be a half vote each
Wonderful images Sue, and I like them both, but V1 with it's changes of light from left to right, does it for me
Two excellent presentations, Sue: I too am struggling to decide which version I prefer...both are so good in their own way.
I think I'll go for V2 because with less of the bright area in the sky, it is easier for the eye to take in the wonderful details in the shot.
i'll go for the bigger sky and less fg of v2.lesley
Another super image of this pretty location, Sue. After much toggling I can't decide which version l prefer - I'd be equally happy with either hung on my wall.
Thanks for your kind comments on my 'Awnings' upload; I too can never tire of your lovely images of Scotland.
My next holiday will be at Christmas, and going south for a change to Windsor - it's a part of the country I've not been to before.
Beautiful, peaceful scene. Think I like v1 best, Sue.
I'm a sucker for big sky Sue, this is a beauty. Proves that you don't always have to hike for miles to find a nice composition.
love it! brilliant work
V1 for me Sue, I prefer it with the sky.
Love both Sue, super sharp images
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