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Deep Rooted

By Paul_Barr
I was back up to Loch Lomond yesterday to give my son an introduction to photography as part of a school project. I also wanted to try out a fader filter that I got at Christmas. My boy now realises how cold you can get when out taking photos Grin

This tree has been photographed many times and has taken a battering over the last couple of months with winter storms. Last Tuesday saw the latest storms with winds over 90mph at Loch Lomond. This storm caused extensive damage but I was happy to see that this tree survived when many others did not.

My son Craig is now a member on here as well.

Thanks,

Paul

Tags: Snow Loch lomond Water Mountains Milarrochy bay Landscape and travel

Voters: Craigster, martinjp, moiral and 20 more


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Craigster Junior Member 4 Scotland
7 Jan 2012 6:36PM
Very well done DadGrin.


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moiral 6 12 Scotland
7 Jan 2012 6:36PM
Beautifully composed shot Paul. Moira
reaper4252 5 2 9 United Kingdom
7 Jan 2012 6:37PM
Cracking shot, well composed with good active foreground......seriously helped by a stunning lump of glass
Wot a lens that is.....I have one....stunning piece of kit
MattB1987 5 455 England
7 Jan 2012 6:43PM
Brilliant shot , loving the extended exposure looks awesome!
Matt
jeanie Plus
12 6.0k 6 United Kingdom
7 Jan 2012 6:44PM
Oh my that's a lot waterlogged......but glad its still standing tall and glad you and Craig had a good father/son day out... Smile
MrsS 10 4.5k 18 England
7 Jan 2012 7:17PM
Looking forward to welcoming Craig into the Junior Gallery - when's his first upload? Smile

F x
rontear Plus
13 8 8 England
8 Jan 2012 10:11AM
Excellent landscape Paul, with a tuitorial thrown in. Super light reflecting the gradation and recession. On top of this natures survivors !
Ron.
A slightly quieter image from the last visit here Paul, life goes on as usual.

Dougie

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