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Between a Rock and a Hard Place

By bill33
Firstly, a huge thanks to everyone for your kind words and comments on my previous photograph. This was another image taken on the same morning in Glencoe,it shows a slightly different view of the Buachaille Etive Mor just as the sun was rising.Your comments as always would be very much appreciated. Bill. ps Sorry I have not had time to view and comment on all of your photographs, I will try to do this very soon.

Tags: Scotland Landscape and travel ScotlandGlencoe

Voters: nonur, JohnoP, barbarahirst and 14 more

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nonur Plus
9 17 13 Turkey
10 Aug 2014 10:44AM
I love this gorgeous shot, amazing contrast, wonderful colours and compo. That white cottage adds a lot to the overall effect.

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JohnoP 12 2
10 Aug 2014 10:57AM
Fabulous image and a wonderful title! Smile John
mistere Plus
4 4 3 England
10 Aug 2014 11:00AM
Super place great shot. Nice work.

Irishkate Plus
7 41 112 United Kingdom
10 Aug 2014 11:33AM
Black rock cottage looks so tiny between the rock and the mountain.
The f/g rock with the ferns almost steals the show!
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RonnieAG Plus
8 154 118 Scotland
10 Aug 2014 12:11PM
A very beautiful composition and with such a range of colours for so early in the day.
Daisymaye Plus
9 23 13 Canada
10 Aug 2014 12:50PM
A wonderful time of morning. The sun just hitting the mountain tops and waking up all the birds and wildlife. Beautiful composed image.
alansnap 14 577 26 United Kingdom
11 Aug 2014 8:35AM
Lovely shot. Makes me want to go and climb it again!
4 Sep 2014 10:14PM
Well Mr Brown, this is the image I've been waiting on for so long. An image that shows the talent of a pure landscape photographer. Is that a new lens.......? Contrast, tone, lighting and the final touch of pure detail against that rock shows how composition should be done........first class mate. Hope you are soon.


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