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Fairy Pools

By Sue_R  
Just back from a week away. We stayed in the Glencoe area for the first few nights then moved over to Skye.

This image was taken today when we stopped off at Fairy Pools at Glenbrittle for the first time. As you can see, there wasn't much water so we will definitely be going back again when the water levels are up a bit.

Many thanks for your votes and comments on my last upload and special thanks to Mark (marktc) for the Guest Editor's Award.

Tags: Scotland Skye General Mountains Highlands Landscape and travel Fairy pools Glenbrittle

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27 Oct 2012 6:28PM
Stunning..... Tho, looks kinda cold

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27 Oct 2012 9:40PM
Love this image, beautiful.

Irishkate Plus
6 38 100 United Kingdom
27 Oct 2012 10:15PM
Wonderful composition with layers of colour and interest.
Just back from Glencoe this week also.
Haven't been the The Fairy Pools yet!
tonyguitar 4 55 32 Canada
27 Oct 2012 10:29PM
Looks like a pristine rarefied air sort of place. A lovely textured scene. TG
EAS 7 1 13 Scotland
27 Oct 2012 11:34PM
Have to confess I've never heard of this spot but looks fascinating if rather rugged and chilly!

AnnChown Plus
6 199 1 United Kingdom
28 Oct 2012 6:36AM
It does look cold Sue - but beautiful with the grass in its autumnal colours and the light dusting of snow.
28 Oct 2012 8:03AM
What a beautiful place to take pictures Sue, and I think the Water level is just fine, if it where too much higher, it would cover some of what makes this image special and live up to its Name. (IMHO)
Welcome back, and I'm really looking forward to more images from your trip.

John SmileX
saltireblue Plus
6 6.0k 33 Norway
28 Oct 2012 9:48AM
I see a troll hiding there, Sue. The two openings partially above the water are the eyes and a broad nose between. Vertical furrows on his forehead and bushy green hair above.

TrevBatWCC Plus
8 12 10 England
28 Oct 2012 1:36PM
Though been to Glencoe and Skye, can't say I ever visited this area. It certainly looks very rugged - and chilly! A super capture, and excellently processed in your usual style, Sue. Love it Smile
Trev Smile
AnnJ Plus
5 5 Scotland
28 Oct 2012 2:36PM
Stuning image. Ann.

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