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Heart of Stone

By hwatt  
Cummingstown, Moray, Scotland.

Cummingstown has some remarkable and highly colourful sandstone cliffs that are a mecca for climbing enthusiasts. At low tide and you only have about an hours window to play with you can find some of the sandstone caves. It is inside these that I have found the most unbelievably saturated colours of gold, red and green rock all intermingled together and lit on one side solely by the daylight at the cave mouth. It is geologically stunning amd photographically heaven sent.

Pentax 67 II ,55-100 zoom,Fujichrome Velvia
Unfiltered, f/16 at 4 seconds.

Tags: Scotland Heart Sandstone Gold Shiny Pebbles Stones Moray Landscape and travel Jewels Cumminstown

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DRicherby 7 269 725 United Kingdom
26 Mar 2010 6:47PM
Wonderful stuff, though the heart is maybe a pebble or two short.

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Pelican_Art 6 3 1 United Kingdom
26 Mar 2010 7:42PM
Brilliant idea and what a lovely result
Beautiful colours and grand feel to this one Ian. Could just imagine finding thissight which wouldn't be out of place in a jewellers window display.

hwatt 13 15 United Kingdom
26 Mar 2010 10:14PM
Aah tis a natural find. I never alter the position of a single stone or pebble. That by the way is a personal philosophy not one I expect anyone else to follow.

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