By Scottishlandscapes  
...the monument to the fallen Clansmen from the Jacobite cause in the Glens of Scotland. There were quite a few visitors even back in March of this year, it's a very popular sight for visitors from the USA and Canada.

Tags: Scotland Glenfinnan Loch shiel Landscape and travel

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Hanners Plus
11 875 10 Ireland
4 Aug 2008 8:31AM
really nice shot Smile

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Phil_Restan 11 280 9 England
4 Aug 2008 8:37AM
First time I have ever seen this Dougie, looks a great location. Well processed and like your composition

woolybill1 Plus
10 22 69 United Kingdom
4 Aug 2008 8:56AM
Excellent composition places the monument well-nigh perfectly against the descending ridges. And I like the spring light.
Richsr 9 91 223 England
4 Aug 2008 8:59AM
Like your composition Dougie and the details and tones are excellent - well captured.
Regards Richard.
jaktis Plus
13 84 Sweden
4 Aug 2008 9:08AM
Good composition with the mountain as a ackground

MrsS 10 4.5k 18 England
4 Aug 2008 9:08AM
Good Morning, MrS Smile Long time, no speak Wink

Like Bill, I think the composition is spot on Smile

(Off to play catch up on your pf now) Grin

Take Care
Fran x
4 Aug 2008 9:25AM
Beautiful Doug, another great start to the morning
mrswoolybill Plus
10 1.0k 1598 United Kingdom
4 Aug 2008 9:32AM
Love the rich, sombre tones, very atmospheric.
photophantom 9 108 3 Philippines
4 Aug 2008 9:38AM
Gorgeous composition
MNPHOTO 8 1 United Kingdom
4 Aug 2008 9:40AM
beautiful agree with above
danbrann Plus
12 636 17
4 Aug 2008 9:45AM
Almost like another peak. Superb placement Dougie.
4 Aug 2008 9:53AM
Beautiful composition, colours and light.
jdenman 8 18 5 Spain
4 Aug 2008 9:57AM
Lovely composition and capture.
Hugeknot 12 1.2k 2 Iceland
4 Aug 2008 10:32AM
Masterful work my friend, great sense of scale!
4 Aug 2008 12:27PM
nice composition and work
Buffalo_Tom Plus
10 2.3k 9 Wales
4 Aug 2008 1:46PM
Superb image and commemoration Doug.Would like to see this myself.Missed my posting this up late which is unusual for me.
Jouİo 12 56 Finland
4 Aug 2008 2:25PM
wonderful shot, Dougie...

newy17 11 273 United Kingdom
4 Aug 2008 3:16PM
Beautifully captured Dougie love the LargeSmile
johnjrp 13 432 5 Australia
4 Aug 2008 3:20PM
Such beauty Doug and you really are able to convey it to us. John
ringyneck 10 315 18 United Kingdom
4 Aug 2008 3:30PM
Unlike everyone else I would have prefered the statue to have been against the snowy mountains,but this is only a slight niggle as the rest is top draw.

I did try that Keith but I was losing part of the highest mountain to do it.
ringyneck 10 315 18 United Kingdom
4 Aug 2008 4:52PM
No probs,just thought about it without thinking...Nowt new there then.
Cheers Keith
IanFlindt 12 740 21 United Kingdom
4 Aug 2008 5:19PM
A fine composition, Dougie, that's different from the classic "view-down-the-loch" approach. When I was there last, it rained. And it rained. And it rained. Smile
KangaGal 8 66 Australia
5 Aug 2008 8:07AM
Oohh aahh - superb shot.
Caledonia 10 2 Scotland
6 Aug 2008 6:56AM
Outstanding capture of this famous monument and the gorgeous scenery around it.
brownsilent 10 7 2 United Kingdom
6 Aug 2008 8:16AM
I like that you put the mountains behind the memorial for once, most images show it with the loch as background - and there are these wonderful mountains unnoticed most of the time...
Such a bonnie image,
Camairish 11 1.4k Scotland
6 Aug 2008 6:51PM
Monument placed well in this composition - happy 50th!

Portknockie 12 48 Scotland
14 Aug 2008 8:07PM
Beautiful colours Dougie....and a great great comp..


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