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Cape Wrath, cloud curve, October 2008

By FranHalsall  
Wet sands in Balnakeil Bay reflecting the dark underside of a huge curved cloud. Fashven (460m), Maovally (302m) and Sgribhis-bheinn (371m) are three hills on remote Cape Wrath, which is the most north-westerly point of the mainland British Isles. Their solid peaks appear silhouetted and small against the massive cloud. Part of the Northwest Highlands Geopark.

Tags: Sunset Sky Scotland Autumn Blue Beach Water Reflection Sand Bay Clouds Reflections Dramatic Sea Afternoon Shore Twilight Cloud Highlands Sutherland Calm Tranquil Landscape and travel Northwest coast Geopark

Voters: jacekb, User_Removed, Charles_R and 18 more

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11 Feb 2009 9:41PM
Great Front, More Front than Myers as we say downunder, we have had similar to this in smoke due to the recent bushfires we have had in recent days.
rowarrior 15 4.4k 9 Scotland
11 Feb 2009 9:43PM
Like all the blue tones, brrr!
furnarif 14 2 1 United States
11 Feb 2009 9:56PM
WOW ...all I can say...
martin.w Plus
20 617 29 United Kingdom
11 Feb 2009 10:03PM
Me too, love that sky Smile
shandoor 14 1 United Kingdom
11 Feb 2009 10:05PM
Wow beutiful colours
User_Removed 16 11 11 United Kingdom
11 Feb 2009 10:47PM
Lovely shot Fran, like the sky and reflection very much.

Chris C
Gia365 14 Germany
12 Feb 2009 8:44AM
fantastic shot! great colour!
GrahamNobles 14 9 4 England
12 Feb 2009 8:48AM
Marvellous cloudscape, cool blues.
MikeH 18 218 4 United Kingdom
12 Feb 2009 8:55AM
Cracking cloudscape,
12 Feb 2009 12:00PM
Very nice capture
User_Removed 19 39 6 Scotland
12 Feb 2009 7:26PM
Sometimes nature can be so special, just like this photo
NEWMANP 14 1.6k 574 United Kingdom
15 Feb 2009 5:27PM
less is more and because of the simplicity of tones and shapes this works especially well. i love the minimal feel and yet the composition ooses drama,
funny how the horizon has the illusion it slopes when its quite level, must be the shapes of the landmass
love it

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