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...just before I was born, these stones were raised at Callanish on the Isle of Lewis, across the Minch from The West coast of Scotland.
Kin and I had some fantastic light on the the island, it was following us around on our amazing journey.
As you say the light is amazing.
Beautiful & agree with the fabulous light!
Happy New Year, Mia
amazing image thanks for sharing.
More than ten years befor, a great upload and it looks like you had a great time
Lovely. No 2 has that air of mystery.
Happy new year
Lovely Dougie, great light you captured here.
All the very best for 2008 my friend, speak to you in the New Year!!!
prefer version 2.. very pretty
Bonny, trust you had a suitably good time raking about the isles ????
Aw ra best fir 2008 and see u soon ???
Nearly did a double take here, having opened kinfatric's shot only a little while ago. A click, and I'm not saying which I prefer...!
Happy New Year,
Stunning lighting and composition, good presentation to
Quote: A click, and I'm not saying which I prefer...!
Happy New Year,
A lady to the last my Dear.
A very Happy New Year to you all Moira
Beautiful light Doug.cracking image as usual.
Have a great New Year and look forward to seeing more of your lovely images of Scotland.
What wonderful images made all the more beautiful by the lovely light falling upon them. Love them both.
Quote: peelie wallie
???? Are these words unique to Scotland? I would look them up in the dictionary but I doubt I'll have any luck.
Happy New Year, Dougie
A wonderful photo. Many thanks for so many great images.
love them both, but the light on v.2 is to die for,
I googled peelie wallie and got "pale and ill-looking" which I don't think really applies because both are great images. I think it would also look great in mono.
Have a great Hogmanay Dougie.
A very big Thanks to all you kind people who have commented or clicked on my images, you do make all the hard work worthwhile, many thanks my friends.
A very Happy New Year to you all,
All the very best Dougie...have a great 2008
And I would walk Five thousand more.....well maybe not Fantastic Dougie and a fine variation.
Both beautiful but I think I prefer the dramatic lighting in version 2. Best wishes for 2008.
Classic images both, Dougie. I'll stick my neck out a wee bit and say I prefer #2 ... or maybe #1...
I shall raise my dram to you once my drive is over tonight. I hope you have a fabulous 2008!
Very best wishes,
All the best Dougie.
Still some minutes to myself before we go for our yearly walk to a nearby village for dinner. It is about three miles each way and we always manage to come home to the village centre for the bells and fireworks.
Having suposed that you might be at home by now, I wondered if you uploaded already the ring - I was sure it was going to be one of the first.
Super class both images. I can feel the vibrations of those years coming through. Sensational light, and great point of view. I hope you know that I would never ever think #1 is peelie wallie, but #2 just has this magic, tremendous atmosphere.
See you next year!
Oomph of No 2 for me.
Great Light Dougie and well captured.
Happy New Year my friend.
Wishing you a peaceful new year Doug.
Superb moody one bro, been a pleasure exchanging banter over the last year and heres to the next !!
Have a Good New Year !
A cracker to end the year with. Gid luck for 2008
cracking low angle light
I look forward to viewing your inspiring portfolio in 2008
Happy New Year
Both great image but prefer 2. have a great 2008
Had to be yours Dougie, you make landscape photography look easy, all the best for 2008
This is beautiful Dougie, would so love to have seen this, gorgeous light, very well captured.
Just want to say a big thanks for all of your support in 2007 and to wish you a happy and healthy 2008
Best wishes for Hogmanay and the New Year. Steve.
(Incidentally, I was in Scotland today - drove from Bolton to Perth and back - sadly for a very close friends daughter's funeral, she died suddenly at 33. So not the best Hogmanay this year)
Number 2 for me, but both good images.
Happy New Year Dougie.
All the best for 2008 Dougie.
I love No.1 best but No.2. is very close. The light is incredible in No.1. like you said Dougie. You are wearing well for your great years! Happy New Year.
Wish I had light such as this on my visit to this stone circle Doug. Happy New Year ! Ron.
I had no idea you were that old...... Wonderful light, shadows and drama Dougie, I look forward to other shots from your trip with Kin.
Wonderful shot and lucky you getting good light, since I got the camera light has not been that good to me when we go to Lewis.
A lovely portfolio building up Dougie. cheers, w
Wow! I've been here many a time (mother's family is from Lewis) but seldom have I seen the light so amazing. What a brilliant shot. I like the cropping too. Lovely, lovely, lovely!
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