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Jade lagoon

By hwatt  
Little Sango Bay, Sutherland, Scotland

This astonishing colour is always present to some degree but the height of the tides and the quality of the light makes a fantastic difference to the intensity of colour on display. Above we have a truly formidable dark grey sky which is killing most of the reflected light that would otherwise be present meantime a squirt of sunlight has escaped the clouds and blasted a splinter of light on the sandy beach, couple this with a little height and judicious use of a polariser to cut reflected glare still further and you see that colour with epic levels of luminosity and hue.

Pentax 67 II ,45mm lens,Fujichrome Velvia
0.6 ND Hard Grad, handheld polariser backed off 30%, f/16 at 1 Second.

Tags: Scotland Colour Light Beach Grey Sutherland Moody Turquoise Landscape and travel Little Sango Bay

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viscostatic 13 45 6 United Kingdom
15 Aug 2019 8:55AM
Difficult to believe this is Scotland with these colours. I have experienced similar colours around Gruinard Bay once many years ago. A delight to view.

Phil.

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rontear Plus
16 21 8 England
15 Aug 2019 9:30AM
Superb POV and tones. Reminder of what Scotland has to offer !!! Ian. My award ( and still on film !!)
Ron
hwatt 16 22 United Kingdom
15 Aug 2019 10:06AM
Thank you Ron

Very kind.

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