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Just had to upload it. I know it's been done to death but I still love this place
An location I never tire of viewing, Alun - stunning detail and clarity!
No need to feel sorry, Alun, esp. when you have come up with sun a magnificent take on the Castle and it's approach viaduct, and with the stone masses at bottom right balancing with the mass of the Castle stonework.
You had better weather than we were there in 2008 when it drizzled non stop for a week.
Lovely composition and colours and so atmospheric with those brooding clouds above.
And the panoramic format works a treat here.
All of the above Alun, a real beauty
Cracking image, very nicely done.
A fabulous pano image of this beautiful old castle.
When it's as good as this who cares how many time it's been done before.
Excellent photography, who could tire of this scene when you've produced such an excellent picture.
No apologies necessary Alun....beautifully done! John
Who cares.....especially as it is a fine pano!
Thanks a lot. You never know how these much photographed scenes will go down. Really good of Richard, Phil and Ronnie to give me their badges too - chuffed
This is Beautiful
like the comp alun brilliant detail and textures a cracker nice one
Good crop for the subject and packed with lovely detail.
Suits the pano format, Alun. Nice work.
The panoramic format is perfect here Alun. I like the use of the foreground rocks which add interest and balance. They also remind us why this relatively modern structure looks so at home and natural in its environment. I am pleased that you got a good sky. We were here a few years ago and every time I turned up with the camera I was greeted with various shades of leaden grey.
wow looks stunning in pano format Alun.
excellent pano.. can see Sean Connery riding up there
Alun, there are just several things in Scotland that are to be shared over and over this view being one. I parked there on Sunday morning around 2.30 am for an hour shut eye and as I woke the moons light had lit up the full left side of the castle, was so ghost like........the hairs on my arms all stood up, just one of those places.
It is indeed, Paul. I love stopping in Ratagan to get a shot of the Five Sisters before calling in at Dornie to capture a sunset shot of Eilean Donan.
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