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By sherlob
One from a recent weekend in the highlands - been wanting to get there for sometime and when I did it rained near enough constantly for 4 out of the 5 days we were there :-( Mind you, from the one day with good light I managed to come away with a handful of half decent images (although after the uploads from the Pitlochry meet you may be fed up of scottish landscapes and autumn colour).

Still as I drove down the glen and saw this scene I thought it had potential as a vertical panorama. Later on I noted a local Scottish painter Caroline Cooke has beautifully captured the scene in paint, albeit her version captures the snow topped mountain.

Not sure how this will do...


Tags: Scotland Glencoe Water Scale Reflections Mountains Architecture Highlands Digitally manipulated Pasture Landscape and travel Achnambeithach

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Cormy 10 3 England
9 Nov 2010 5:05PM
Just superb.Love the small cottage against that great hulk of mountain.

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RonnieAG Plus
8 154 118 Scotland
9 Nov 2010 5:30PM
Never get tired of scenes like this! beautifully composed image and the winter colours have been recorded so faithfully.
chase 12 1.1k 246 England
9 Nov 2010 5:32PM
That little house nestled at the bottom of the mountains just shows off the vastness of this landscape Adam,am loving the reflections in the water.
wildchef 7 1 United Kingdom
9 Nov 2010 5:33PM
fantastic colours great pic
Cor 9 Belgium
9 Nov 2010 5:49PM
Beautyful ++++++
Eviscera 11 1.1k 149 United Kingdom
9 Nov 2010 5:58PM
Would love to live there , majestic scene Adam.
9 Nov 2010 6:16PM
sherlob Plus
12 2.9k 129 United Kingdom
9 Nov 2010 6:49PM

Quote:Would love to live there

Quite agree. Thanks for the comments & votes.
Briwooly 12 452 5 England
9 Nov 2010 7:48PM
Love the portrait format, what a stunning view great work

fraser 14 631 14 Scotland
10 Nov 2010 12:57PM
It's a lovely shot Adam with clever use of the house as the starting point and the line of the Burn taking you up into the hills.
Hoffy 13 262 16 England
10 Nov 2010 1:31PM
Composition, Composition, Composition. Just stunning. Paul Smile
Photogooru 10 4 Northern Ireland
18 Feb 2011 11:34PM
Great composition, lovely balance of colours, very nice.


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