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By Snapper
Clachnaharry was effectively a village on the edge of Inverness, but the gap between them has pretty much gone now. This shot was taken earlier in the week while trying to get a suitable "stairs or steps" shot of the bridge over the railway for the weekly b&w challenge. That shot didn't work as well as hoped, but I was lucky enough to get dramatic lighting for a few minutes and just as the train was passing as well! The dark sky behind the Kessock Bridge is a combination of actual cloud colour and the fact that the photo was taken with an IR converted camera.

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cats_123 Plus
13 4.7k 28 Northern Ireland
23 Oct 2012 4:21PM
looks like the train is about to plough into the river...strong contrasts and lovely depth Smile

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