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Assynt Stream 2

By Sue_R  
This is a landscape version of the Assynt Stream image I uploaded earlier this week from our walk up Conival last weekend. The portrait version is here . Loch Assynt is just visible in the distance.

Many thanks for your votes and comments on my recent uploads and hope your weekend is going well.

Tags: Scotland General Highlands Sutherland Assynt Loch assynt Landscape and travel

Voters: charlotte, Len1950, MalcolmS and 23 more


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RonnieAG Plus
6 153 116 Scotland
18 Feb 2012 8:21PM
Clicked earlier but got called for dinner before making a comment, Sue!
Comparing this one with the previous portrait format shot from here, whilst I do like this one very much and it is well composed and balanced, I feel the former is more dramatic in it's impact.
I shall return later to see what others think.
Ronnie.

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mhfore 9 6 176 England
18 Feb 2012 9:14PM
Hi Sue,

After reading Ronnie's comment I have looked at your pf and I have to agree, the portrait image to me is more dramatic, it forces your eye's to follow the stream and out into the distance. That said, what a great pf with some fantastic images.

Keep clicking Sue. Wink

Martin
CaroleS Plus
6 419 3 United Kingdom
18 Feb 2012 10:59PM
Although this is very very good I do prefer the portrait version - Carole
19 Feb 2012 8:53AM
A well chosen view point for this lovely comp' Sue.

John SmileX
rontear Plus
13 8 7 England
19 Feb 2012 8:59AM
Rugged landscape Sue, tough walking for both of you. But worth the effortSmile
Ron.
saltireblue Plus
6 5.8k 33 Norway
19 Feb 2012 9:57AM
I actually prefer this version, Sue. For some reason my eye is led more naturally along the stream to the distant loch and mountains. I think because there is less space at the top.

Malc

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