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Grey Morning Over Tarbert.

By Tooma
Up early for this shot with the last of the three castles which once guarded the Kintyre village of Tarbert and its harbour, almost in silhouette against the morning sky. This is a triple exposure HDR shot, which was probably not needed, but I wanted to use the feature, my camera being newish at the time.

There are two lochs in view; the nearest is East Loch Tarbert, which opens into the much larger sea loch, Loch Fyne, to the right and distance.

Tags: Coastal Scenic Tarbert Loch fyne Fishing village Alba Landscape and travel Argyll and bute Kintyre Peninsula

Voters: gconant, VincentChristopher, taggart and 20 more

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gconant Plus
10 31 1 United States
24 Apr 2020 12:19AM
Spectacular !!
Dark and dramatic.

Glenn
taggart Plus
17 47 14 United States
24 Apr 2020 1:27AM
Exactly---did anyone live in the castles?
Tooma 5 2.2k 3 Scotland
24 Apr 2020 1:38AM
@taggart - Yes, they were all lived in, Jenn. Thanks. We have a framed copy of an old engraving showing one of the other castles which was sited closer to the main village. The area was prone to raids from Vikings at one time, and at another time, from the English King's navy - before the Union of the Crowns when we became The United Kingdom.
Daisymaye Plus
13 23 20 Canada
24 Apr 2020 1:45AM
A lovely image. One feels like they are there in the last light of evening.
24 Apr 2020 4:14AM
An unusual photo......a dark, Rich I age.

Peter
PhilT2 Plus
11 568 32 England
24 Apr 2020 9:05AM
Well worth getting up for Tom
mac Plus
20 13 Scotland
24 Apr 2020 10:29AM
I like how there is just a touch of the morning sky beginning to appear on the horizon. Well handled considering the low lighting.
Ian
24 Apr 2020 2:29PM
Great image
dales Plus
5 13 Australia
26 Apr 2020 10:02AM
A very beautiful low light image Tom
Ian

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