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...one of the smallest mountains in the Assynt range, but probably one of the best known. It's destinctive shape has graced many a sheet of film or digital capture.
Lee soft ND grad 0.6
very nice.good details
Wonderful and ever so slightly different view of the Stac.
PS How are finding the D200 ??? It may just be me but i have noticed a slightly less punchy and film like feel to your images !!!!!!! again may just be me, or the S3 was set well with the velvia mode ))
Colours, textures, majesty...it's got the lot
I love the composition, Dougie, and the sky is a beautiful complement to the scene. My only bugbear is the lack of sunlight on the Stac Pollaidh. I can see detail there, but it looks a bit dark and not in keeping with the rest of the scene.
All the best,
I see you have found this little beach on the edge of Loch Lurgainn. I have captured many a shot from here in the past. I like the way the Stac is dark and mysterious.
tricky light in the background taken well with a beautiful lead across the reeds makes for an excellent shot. The sky is ace
A distinctive shape to this mountain. It looks a bit like a volcano. Another fine image Dougie.
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