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A Couple of Crackers

By hwatt  
My love affair with the Moray coast continues undaunted, on this occasion I was lucky enough to find Jacob's Ladders punching holes through a moody grey sky at sunset. The immediate foreground was fortunately just as interesting, a treasure trove of broken sandstone plates that resembled broken biscuits, cream crackers bearing the same name as the phenomenal light display in the distance.

Pentax 67II, 55-100 zoom, polariser, 0.6ND grad, + 0.3ND grad, (staggered), f/27 at 12 sec's, Velvia.

Tags: Sunset Scotland Light Rocks Rays Sea Coast Sandstone Plates Moray Landscape and travel Hopeman Jacobs ladders

Voters: Moj_o, shona, allanC and 23 more

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16 Oct 2008 10:59PM
those crackers went crackers Wink
impressive light spectacle

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gary_d 10 576 13 Wales
16 Oct 2008 11:15PM
A great foreground leading the eye through the scene to that impressive sky, well done. - gary
Boagman65 11 2 1 Scotland
16 Oct 2008 11:17PM
Great foreground and spectacular rays superb image.

pulsar69 14 1.6k 6 United Kingdom
17 Oct 2008 12:02AM
lovely shot and a pentax camera . excellent
jonathanbp 9 99 Thailand
17 Oct 2008 12:44AM
wonderful image, there is so much contained in this picture....fabulous foreground...stunning background....all of it together making it magical - Jonathan
17 Oct 2008 5:58AM
Beautiful light atop the horizon Ian and the crisp detail runs straight down into the broken biscuits in the FG. Beautiful image my friend.

thewaiter 16 1.2k 9 England
17 Oct 2008 8:37AM
cracking image Ian, love the way you step through the picture to the rays of light, some lovely colour in the sky.

thanks again for a cracking couple of days, you were right about the snowy peaks ! .....

all the best and se you again soon

tg 13 86 Scotland
17 Oct 2008 8:42PM
Nice shot mate. It looks like it was quite a high tide too.

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