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After a long wait in mist at Loch Awe, the sun finally begins to break through.....
A corker ! Jeanie.
Yep, stunning Jeanie, well up to standard
Beautiful image, stunning!
Beautiful Jeanie, love that silvery light
Thank you Ron, Ant, Dave, Kathryn and Lee.
Ron thank you very much for your User Award!
Stunning image, great colours ,nice light and lovely detail..
That light made so much difference. Well done.
Like the light in this Jeanie
Love the misty depth Jeanie and it makes the warm hillside stand out even more. It's a nice uncluttered comp too.
Thanks Saeid, Tony, Richard and Al
What a great atmospheric shot. The mist give an almost 3D feel to the picture. Just love this one
Worth the wait
Glorious light, colour and composition. All round great shot!
Thank you Phil, Tony, Mark and Ronnie.
Rog, thank you for your User Award
Simply beautiful Jeanie. The light, the feel is something quite extraordinary.
Love the light in this very atmospheric shot. Ann.
Wow, this is so beautiful; super image
Stunning image, lovely light.
This is one amazing and awesome photo !! Excellent !
A Very well framed image , excellent misty capture, very nice indeed.
Oh so delicate.
You really are a perfectionist, Jeanie. Outstanding work. Smacks of sorcery if you ask me. How dare you be so good!
Ooooo...wonderful shot !!!.....love the composition & atmospherics !!!!
Stunner of a shot, beautifully atmospheric
Memories of last October, when we were based in Fort William
Definitely trying to make it there again, this October - so much to see that we didn't
Thank you Nathan, Ann, Ron, Ju, Herman, Diane, John, Eric, Alun, Keith, Martin and Adrian.
Paul, Alun and Martin - thank you very much gents for your User Awards
not been on for a few days, but i like
Thank you Maddie
Delightful Jeanie, Loch Awe is rarely photographed so well, the ruin is usually the focus of attention. You've made a wonderful image from what could have been a disastrous morning on this boggy lochside.
Dougie thank you. Yes it was boggy... in fact on my first morning there I observed two fishermen trying to get down to the shore the direct way and end up to their thighs in mud! I was glad to have seen that and took the long way round via the track avoiding the boggy bits! I do have castle shots too... of course
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