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1 Apr 2008 6:30PM
Kin, I think the contrast between the foreground regularity of the field boundaries and the irregularity of all the natural profiles is great in the deep, wide view.


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jaktis 14 84 Sweden
1 Apr 2008 7:06PM
A great view

Phil_D 11 81 Scotland
1 Apr 2008 7:13PM
Beautiful vista Kin - certainly looks worth a visit.

mrswoolybill Plus
11 1.2k 1918 United Kingdom
1 Apr 2008 7:16PM
Even stronger than yesterday's, due to the textures in the foreground. Excellent.
woolybill1 Plus
11 23 72 United Kingdom
1 Apr 2008 7:22PM
I too admire the way the vista supports the foreground.
Bodiewil 10 46 Wales
1 Apr 2008 7:25PM
Superb pano Kin so wonderfully contolled

Nigel_95 Plus
12 262 2 United Kingdom
1 Apr 2008 7:49PM
A wonderful vista Kin.

Very beautiful. The Outer Hebrides at their best. JNC
JimV 11 6 3 Canada
2 Apr 2008 12:23AM
Mary (my wife) wants to know if this as close as you got to God's country! I'm guessing the main stretch of water here is Loch Seaforth and can't help noticing the quality of the roads to these tiny hamlets is the same as I saw in Harris two years ago......seems European money did wonders for rural Scotland!
Rgds., Jim
Portknockie 13 48 Scotland
2 Apr 2008 12:28PM
Great view and a very well taken shot Kin....Beautiful light and tones

Phil_Restan 12 280 9 England
2 Apr 2008 3:20PM
Another good pano Brian.

Wooly 12 112 4 England
2 Apr 2008 3:48PM
Cracking scene Kin.

Now this is very good Brian, how come you just found this image? a bonnie light across the water and fields. But then we were very lucky with the light back in December.

All the very best
Glostopcat 12 255 2 England
2 Apr 2008 6:38PM
A beautiful coastal landscape, exellent composition and light. I like those small settlements scattered about
kinfatric 13 550 9 Scotland
2 Apr 2008 6:54PM
The immediate one is Loch an Duin Jim while the other is Loch Rog An Ear....sorry but not too far away from Gods country Smile

I've a few still tucked away a tenner for a rainy day Smile
MikeA 13 1.3k England
6 Apr 2008 8:22PM
The pano style is complimented well with all the horizontal lines created by the natural features from the b.g. to the man made strips in the f.g. Kin.


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