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...and of course the legendery Castle Stalker, Appin, Scotland.
great shot lovely colours.
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A very crisp and clean composition, a must large Geoff.
Great image Dougie - lovely sky & reflections
This is a truly beautiful image,Dougie.
Well photographed image..JT
Lovely image Dougie.Looking back I more often saw this view on dreich,drizzly winter days as we delivered coal fortnightly inKentallen/Duror/Appin and the back roads of North Shian
I passed a coal lorry today, Ferguson's I think.
A well captured monster
A lovely image well presented
Do like the light and details in this Dougie, good composition too.
Hi Dougie, thanks so very much 4 your love generous comment so much appreciated and from such a talented person I feel very honoured indeed. This is another stunning capture beautifully done. Still struggling on with my cast really slowing me down sorry 2 be short and missed so much of your work.
Lovely sky & reflections, thought it might have been better if you could have got the castle in the centre of the loch on the other third. Ho=wever, looking at your already precarious position, it may not have been possible to wade out further. All the same it gets my vote.
Lovely composition with great detail and colour.....Derek
Like the composition Dougie.
Quote: I passed a coal lorry today, Ferguson's I think.
In the 70's it was two local/rival coal merchants.Young Bros in Ballachulish and Alistair Mcinnes ['The Dren'] from Glencoe, but his coal shed was in the the big slate quarry in 'Balla'.May sound strange but I enjoyed my spell being a coalman!!.We had a lovely 'round'
Pleased to be no30 for this gigantic image Dougie. Superb in all its contents.
So fresh, vibrant and beautifully clear - a view I should like to see for myself one day Dougie!
Last time I was there, Dougie, it was dull and dreich. At least you have been blessed with a fine day for this excellent shot of both monster and Castle.
You got me smiling here Dougie. As usual, without looking at the title (I always try to guess where it was taken) I opened the large version and I thought - wow! I didn't know Loch Linnhe has its own monster! Then I saw the title...
Great composition, wonderful sky and reflections.
Hope you have a great weekend my friend,
this is so fresh and clear, the comp is so beautifully thought out and the sky is just perfect. Love your images - they are presented with such care
Quote: This is so fresh and clear, the comp is so beautifully thought out and the sky is just perfect. Love your images - they are presented with such care
I agree totally with Linda.
Nice shot , great colours
Picture postcard perfect - excellent togging Dougie!
Lovely colourful composition, super clarity Dougie,
There's definitely something beastly about that intriguing rock formation! One of the things I love about this, Dougie, is the way you've positioned the rock so that it doesn't stand taller than the castle, while the tide mark on the rock appears to be a continuation of the line of the distant hills.
Beautiful composition and clarity. Looks like you got some teriffic weather.
Quality of the highest order.
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