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...taken on my way home from Farr a few weeks ago, Assynt's mountains are all very individual created by the passing of several ice ages back in time.
Simply stunning, ticks every box for me. Superb classical landscape.
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Expansive landscape, love the focal 3 and that atmospheric content.
Shows that view well Dougie, well composed and some nice light too
Another fine shot Dougie. I like the lighting and the foreground rocks too. It's nice to see something expansive to give a sense of the scale of the place.
Three familiar mountains - love this pov Dougie. The moorland plants are just beginning to take on their autumnal colour here - good stuff!
A wonderful wild region, that you've captured beautifully Dougie. Is the foremost hill on the right Stac Pollaidh? Your images make me yearn for a return to the highlands.
Stunning view and capture Dougie. I hope to visit Scotland this winter.
Great view and capture!
Stac Pollaidh is the one on the right Andy.
A stunning Scottish Landscape, one which I could get lost in, simply beautifully composed and captured from what appears to be a magnificent point of view.
A superb landscape of your homeland.
tremendous looking ...are they walkable?
Love the light and clarity once again Dougie
Your landscapes capture the atmosphere of the location so well Dougie and this is great example. You can almost feel the wind blowing and the sun warming.
Another fine landscape from the treeless far north with that well known trio of peaks on the horizon: how effective that wee lochan is in the middle distance, Dougie........just adds that wee extra that finishes off the shot for me.
Such a beautiful looking place Dougie. You've captured it so well.......Sandy
All the right ingredients Dougie.
We had a talk last night by a chap called Peter Paterson from Edinburgh Photo society. He was exceptionally good with some strong scottish landscapes. it was just like looking at your work Dougie.
Utterly classic, Dougie. There will be snow on the peaks soon enough, I expect.
Intriguing, like three wise old men watching over the valley. I see them as benevolent, in some weather conditions I assume that may not be the case.
Moira they've been watching for more than 500,000 years I don't think they know what benevolent means. Weather has eroded the right hand side of the furthest right mountain with ice and water prising cracks into the rock, it could well all fall down and become a wee hil, ,aybe in another few million years.
Oooooo....gorgeous shot Dougie !!!......lovely composition, with an amazing skyline....impressive !!
wonderful light and tones dougie love the fg detail a stunner
I like the depth in the composition
A lovely vista Dougie.. long long time since I was up that way... Stac Pollaidh was The Rugs first climb when he was a pup!
What a wonderful skyline! Excellent capture, Dougie.
A marvellous viewpoint.
Mmmmh, yes, the kings of the place - superb composition, with good haze and great light.
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