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It's Curtains For Inverness

By hwatt  
Of all the shots I took on this particular winter evening this one about a half hour before sunset was the most spectacular and featured the most dramatic transient light. A golden curtain descending from behind dense grey clouds looked more like an aurora one clearly visible to the naked eye and of course not green. I wanted to make the most of it and noticed that the display was remarkably static so I set up a rapid four shot panoramic with a long lens and was delighted to see the stitched result was more or less immaculate.

Tags: Panoramic Inverness Light rays Landscape and travel Crepuscular rays Transient light

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Chinga Plus
10 3 2 United Kingdom
5 Mar 2021 12:22AM
Awe-inspiring shot !!
Isabel GrinGrin
5 Mar 2021 7:29AM
A stunning photograph - thoughtfully achieved and superbly processed and presented.
Excellent work, Ian.
Your website is very, very impressive.

RichardSmile
5 Mar 2021 7:40AM
Beautiful sky. Excellent pano, certainly can't see the join Smile
viscostatic 15 50 11 United Kingdom
5 Mar 2021 9:19AM
Taken from Alturlie Point I suspect. I have often seen this view but never photographed it. These rays are beautiful.

Phil.

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