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Cobbler (Revisited)

By Scott_Scot  
Ok so I finally got a bit of time to get round to processing some more of my shots from The Cobbler a couple of weeks ago.
This one is much farther upstream just before the climbing gets interesting. The centre peak is the highest.

I loved this wee waterfall and snow patch so sat and had some lunch and took loads of photies!

Thanks for all your comments and Crit !!!


Tags: Scotland Mountains Flowers and plants Cobbler Landscape and travel Flash and lighting

Voters: JouŠo, jaktis, proz and 42 more

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JouŠo 15 56 Finland
18 Apr 2008 7:55PM
fantastic shot, Scotty.........

Lovely light there........


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jaktis 15 84 Sweden
18 Apr 2008 8:00PM
Looks like a great place to have lunch

Nigel_95 Plus
13 262 2 United Kingdom
18 Apr 2008 8:02PM
I like the diagonal line of the main flow, and the rich colour of the wet rock Scotty.

18 Apr 2008 8:07PM
GaryBooth 12 34 England
18 Apr 2008 8:42PM
Superb shot, great angle.

robway 14 318 Wales
18 Apr 2008 8:54PM
Great scene, the waterflow over the copper coloured rocks and the snow topped mountain make a superb image.
taggart Plus
15 47 13 United States
18 Apr 2008 9:35PM
I would have love a lunch stop here-- great scenery!

chodge987 12 20 Scotland
18 Apr 2008 9:44PM
Love the colours here

Bodiewil 12 46 Wales
18 Apr 2008 10:30PM
Fantastic work Scotty

thorn 15 124 2 Scotland
19 Apr 2008 1:31PM
Whee eee,best watch you don't go fleeing over the top when it ices over and go for a spin down the waterfall,it's awfully bonny but what an angle that would be for a picture,stay safe and don't try it.............lolSmileGreat textures,exposure,lighting,colour and perspective.Take care,AnnSmile
Gary_Macleod 15 166 Scotland
20 Apr 2008 3:47PM
great shot..don't know the area at all but did you stay dry taking this??
Boagman65 12 2 1 Scotland
20 Apr 2008 11:03PM
Cracking shot Love the Cobbler peaks lurking in the distance.

NEWMANP 11 1.6k 574 United Kingdom
22 Apr 2008 4:27PM
great perspective and interesting view front to back
brownsilent 12 7 2 United Kingdom
23 Apr 2008 10:16AM
I have nae such bonnie hills around me, but I'll do my best.

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