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Another image from our trip to Glencoe last week, this time of a much photographed cottage, but I just had to take one or two shots whilst there Smile

Many thanks for all your votes and comments on my recent uploads. They really are much appreciated.

Camera:Canon EOS 40D
Recording media:RAW (digital)
Date Taken:23 Sep 2012 - 8:09 AM
Focal Length:10mm
Lens Max Aperture:f/4.0
Shutter Speed:1/60sec
Exposure Comp:0.0
Exposure Mode:Manual
Metering Mode:Multi-segment
Flash:Off, Did not fire
White Balance:As Shot



Looks so peaceful.................lack of people...........GrinGrinGrinGrin


A classic view of this famous and much photographed location, a fine take on it Sue


Yes, a visit here would not be complete without a shot featuring Blackrock Cottage, Sue, and a very nice one it is too with the boulders and heather in the f/g and the traditional backdrop.

EAS  6 Scotland13 Constructive Critique Points
27 Sep 2012 - 8:12 AM

Scotland looking rather dramatic and stunningly beautiful here!!



its wonderful ... you just have to dont you!


Certainly well worth a few shots Sue, good bit of light on the mountains in the back too
Regards Richard


It never fails to delight, and this is a very nicely composed and captured image, Sue Smile Would love to return to this wonderful part of the world before too long Wink
Trev Smile


Yes Sue, it just had to be done Smile but the light on this one really makes it (IMHO)
Smashing comp' and view point too.

John SmileX

dudler Critique Team 12316 forum postsdudler vcard England612 Constructive Critique Points
27 Sep 2012 - 5:50 PM

It's the light that makes it special, I think... I have a very jaundiced view of the "traditional" views - mostly because I either can't find them, or the light is almsot totally absent... Every time I've driven through Glencoe, it's been raining.

So yes: you have to if you have the light!

But if the Heavenly Spotlight had swung forwards and bathed the cottage... Now... THAT would be one to die for (or at least trample other togs underfoot to get to!)

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