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By Paul_Barr
Shot of the Glenfinnan Monument and Loch Shiel taken whilst dodging showers yesterday.

The monument marks the spot where Bonnie Prince Charlie started the Jacobite uprising in 1745.

Dougie Latham took a tumble off the hill after I took this shot, causing his camera to land lens first in the mud. A bit of wiping was all it required.

You really shouldn't wear trainers to go up hills, even wee ones Smile

1.3 secs @ f22. Lee 0.9 ND grad.



Tags: Glenfinnan Loch shiel Landscape and travel Gits day out part 2

Voters: norton, DouglasLatham, fauxtography and 18 more

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norton 14 6 United Kingdom
7 Jan 2008 8:39PM
Lovely panoramic scene,well captured.
Glad the camera was ok..........


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fauxtography 13 6.6k 36
7 Jan 2008 8:48PM
Are you training the young git there paul?

Nice vista you have here.
DouglasLatham 12 454 England
7 Jan 2008 8:49PM
Hmm ... Cheers for telling everyone about my fall ......... thought i'd done my foot again .... Sad

Nice shot Paul ... great light too well worth the trip .
Bodiewil 10 46 Wales
7 Jan 2008 9:23PM
Great work Paul good there's some fantastic work coming out from you boys lately.

jeanie Plus
14 6.0k 6 United Kingdom
7 Jan 2008 11:16PM
I see you boys had another good trip out yesterday then Paul!

dtomo68 14 9 United Kingdom
7 Jan 2008 11:29PM
nice work well done

Superwide shot from the hill quite spectacular, Love the cloud down the Loch, it's a slippy hill this one at the top, and steeper than it looks too.

All the very best
Nigel_95 Plus
12 262 2 United Kingdom
8 Jan 2008 9:12PM
I like the sky and patches of light on the white topped mountains. I went up the path (small stream?) to this viewpoint in November, and was glad of the grip from my walking boots. I'm glad Dougie and his camera are ok.


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