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Glencoe Landscape Awarded POTW Accolade

A beautiful shot of Buachaille Etive Mor has been chosen to win the Photo of the Week accolade this week.

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An exceptional image of a well known Glencoe photography site has been awarded the POTW accolade this week.

The image, by swilliams71, is titled 'Glencoe - Buachaille Etive Mor' and here's why we thought it deserved to win this week:

This is a very natural capture of this photogenic landscape - The shutter speed used has created just enough movement in the water to give an impression of it cascading over the rocks.

The autumn yellows and browns in the middle of the shot add a splash of colour to the scene - sunlight hitting the top of the mountain also highlights and accentuates its rugged shape. The cloud gliding across the mountain also adds something special. 

Photo of the Week winners currently receive a 64GB MicroSD card with SD adapter courtesy of Samsung. See all the images that have won the accolade in the POTW gallery.


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16 6.2k 7 United Kingdom
12 Nov 2019 7:15AM
Beautiful image, I love that cloud, just think its a shame that the bottom of the waterfall has been cropped off slightly.

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GHGraham 10 7 10 United Kingdom
1 Dec 2019 11:36AM
It's not Glencoe but Glen Etive. The clue is in the name of the mountain: Buachaille Etive Mhor which rises above the River Etive, which flows underneath the mountain west into Glen Etive.

Glencoe is a couple of miles further north.

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