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Glen Etive on the left and Glen Coe to the right, divided by Buachaille Etive Mor.
I've planned a shot from this location for a while now after much study of the OS map, luckily things conspired together on my recent trip there.
Thanks for looking.
Good conditions, well captured. Great when a plan comes together!
beautiful beautiful shot, the light on Stob Dearg is stunning.
I never tire of images from the 'Boochil'.
This is very much as it came out of the camera and for once not really tempted to ponce around with it when processing. The conditions and quality of light were fab this particular morning and I hope this shines through.
Cheers Anthony, I have others with more light coverage over Stob Dearg but I liked the subtlety in this one.
The light shines through and I could sit and gaze at it for ages.
This is aa good as it gets John super clarity and excellent composition
It definately shows
A super shot with the colours just right
Stood at this very spot last year, but the mist obscured the peaks - this is outstanding John!
well planned and waited for, great image capture
The clarity in this is just amazing,,,
One word John -- perfection! This is a oustanding shot.
Well planned then, if the result is anything to go by.
exceptional shot, superb
Wonderful conditions suit the place well. Nice composition too....
RC and and a gong!!
Keep it up.
A brilliant landscape image.
Beautiful image, nicely done.
Looks like last Saturday John. Excellent work.
Fantastic landscape photography !
Yes Paul, spent sunrise around h-Achlaise then wandered down the road for a while before climbing one of the hills, resisted the temptation of Blackrock though.
Thanks for the award Bill and thanks all.
Just beautiful work!
Good to see something different, good shot well composed and executed.
Simply awesome and original from the area, great work
Certainly has prescence John. Ron.
This is one of the best images I have seen on EPZ for some time.
Their is a lesson in this image for me, thanks for that.
Superb landscape image.
An excellent example of 'why bother?' Goes to show how wandering just a little from the beaten track and catching the light as it does it's thing can produce something rather unique.
Stunning scenery.A great feeling of fresh clean air & loads of space.Beautiful colours.
Just beautiful! Lovely subtle colours. Looks like a painting.
Cheers all, I have a few other alternative views and not-so-alternative..
Quality image John.
Simply a stunner.
A beautiful landscape image. Excellent work.
Excellent shot in every way, well worth the planning.
Simply stunning! Brian
Oh my word, breathtaking!
Excellent shot with wonderful colour & details, Superb.
Unfortunately folks, as it was such a fab morning, you will have to be subjected to Scottish mountain scenery for a while now...
Thanks very much all for the comments.
Quality shot John - one day I'll get up there.
Everything about this picture is perfect - superb photography!
Stunning image, wonderful colours and light.
Great stuff John, stunning!
Cheers for the award Mike (sland), appreciated. Got a few more from here which I like as much.
a totally stunning image from back to front, images like this give me drive on my long learning curve in the amazing world of Photography.
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