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Crannog - 1

By rhion
An opportunistic shot of the Crannog Centre at Loch Tay. As we drove towards it the sun came out and created a beautiful semi-silhoetted effect - Shonah and Richard leapt out of the car to grab the moment before it was lost (we've all been there haven't we?).
For those taking notes, a crannog is a dwelling in a loch (or lough), almost exclusively in Scotland or Ireland where they are numerous. The Crannog Centre is well worth a visit if you're up that way.
Sharp-eyed viewers will notice this is Crannog "1" - will there be a number "2"? We'll see, we'll see...
R

Tags: Crannog Loch tay Landscape and travel

Voters: Farris, GeoffRichard, pfheyes and 15 more


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Comments


stan32 10
25 Nov 2005 11:01AM
great tones

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25 Nov 2005 11:03AM
great image. Lovely tonal range creates a really good 'feel'.
Geoff
pfheyes 12 254 1 United Kingdom
25 Nov 2005 11:24AM
The tones suit the lighting and subject well - well composed and quality work, Richard. Hope all's well with you.

Pete
25 Nov 2005 11:54AM
thank you for your lovely comments within my gallery Smile..Smile)
and l love this tone gives real atmosphere and mood. love the artistic lay out of the scape.. stunning

NikkiSmile)))) again thanks
rhion 12 35 United Kingdom
25 Nov 2005 12:43PM
Thanks to all for the comments and clicks - hugely appreciated.
R
25 Nov 2005 10:44PM
Thanks for your comments, they're noted but I don't like manipulating my shots more than absolutly necassary. I notice you did not click, it that because of the comments you made or a genuine error. Now for this shot....I like the atmospheric look to it. It works well in b&w but I'd love to compare it to a colour veriosn. Still a great shot
Mike
rhion 12 35 United Kingdom
26 Nov 2005 4:18AM
Fair enough Mike (full reply added to your picture).
Thank you for the kind words here. This is actually colour, albeit de-saturated as the colour that was there seemed (to me) to be a distraction as the scene is a near-silhoette.
Talking of clicks, was your lack of a click here a genuine error or a thumbs down?
R
juldon 13 78 England
26 Nov 2005 10:19AM
Love the moody feeling of this picture. I can see why you like to convert to black and white. As you suggested I will try it on some of my pictures.
Julie
26 Nov 2005 10:35AM
Nice shot. Great tones - isn't it great when you just happen to come across a shot like this. Den Smile
rhion 12 35 United Kingdom
26 Nov 2005 12:07PM
Julie and Don - many thanks, much appreciated. It is indeed part of the fun - the fleeting moment, frustrating but so satisfying when caught.
R
26 Nov 2005 2:48PM
Excellent Richard

Colin
rhion 12 35 United Kingdom
26 Nov 2005 9:52PM
Good of you to look in and comment Colin - thanks.
R
geranium 11 32 1 United Kingdom
29 Nov 2005 11:03AM
Saw this earlier but didn't get the chance to comment. The picture is so full of atmosphere and you really get a feeling of being somewhere very cold and isolated. I like the way your eye is drawn down the mountains and then led back across the the jetty to the Crannog.

A very Scottish image - really like it.

Bev
rhion 12 35 United Kingdom
29 Nov 2005 11:59PM
Glad you came back Bev and thanks for the detailed comment - much appeciated.
R
Mariusz 11 Poland
3 Dec 2005 10:24PM
top level
helena 12 134 United Kingdom
23 Jan 2006 10:48PM
Simply stunning Tara x
rhion 12 35 United Kingdom
23 Jan 2006 11:05PM
High compliments indeed and very gratefully received - thanks.
R
thorn 12 124 2 Scotland
29 Apr 2006 7:35AM
the magic camera does it again.Take care.AnnSmile
rhion 12 35 United Kingdom
29 Apr 2006 9:49AM
Yep, amazing what it can do that tiny box of tricks - one of my best buys.
Thanks for looking, commenting and clicking Ann, appreciated as ever.
R

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