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Kissed By A Rose

By hwatt  
Rannoch Moor, Glencoe, Scotland

A favourite spot of mine and probably one of the first I aim for given limited time.

The pink and rosy light of Earths Shadow setting at sunrise over the distant Blackmount is surely the most beguiling of views across the massive expanse of Rannoch moor and Loch N'Achlaise. On this particular morning it was windless and my exhaled breath curled away like smoke but of course there were no reflections for the temperature was substantially below minus ten Celcius.

Pentax 67 II ,55-100 zoom,Fujichrome Velvia
0.45ND grad, f/22 at 4 seconds.

Tags: Landscape and travel

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Comments


JohnoP 15 2
29 Dec 2010 7:35PM
Great composition with beautiful colours and tones - John.
hary60 12 2 United Kingdom
29 Dec 2010 7:38PM
What a great shot super colours
Harry
Trout_Man 12 1 30 Wales
29 Dec 2010 7:40PM
Excellent composition, ticks all my boxes, nice one Smile Geoff.
Carrie_1 11 2 6 Wales
29 Dec 2010 8:00PM
Superb shot.
Caroline
29 Dec 2010 8:45PM
Wow, beautiful shot, looks very serene and the colours are superb.
Julie
fraser 17 631 14 Scotland
29 Dec 2010 9:03PM
Simply beautiful.
Fraser
Tynnwrlluniau Plus
11 112 38 Wales
29 Dec 2010 9:11PM
An excellent image and a superb example from this photography hotspot.
Alun
cabbie Plus
14 31 United Kingdom
29 Dec 2010 9:24PM
Top shot well done

Bob
seanarrow 13 20 Ireland
29 Dec 2010 9:38PM
Beautiful shot. lovely soft tones.

sean.
29 Dec 2010 9:50PM
Beautiful.
oldbiddy 15 4 United Kingdom
29 Dec 2010 10:22PM
The colours are fabulous

Biddy
IanFlindt 16 740 21 United Kingdom
29 Dec 2010 11:28PM
An exceptionally beautiful image, and a flawless composition.
Landlord 14 25 1 Scotland
30 Dec 2010 11:16AM

Quote:An exceptionally beautiful image, and a flawless composition.



.......it's better than that because it's not the "usual" composition.
30 Dec 2010 11:51AM
Wonderful image indeed

Chris
BarbaraR 14 1.0k 1 England
30 Dec 2010 12:37PM
Gorrgeous.

B.
rontear Plus
18 23 9 England
30 Dec 2010 2:01PM
Cracking ! Ian. Ron.
IanFlindt 16 740 21 United Kingdom
30 Dec 2010 8:21PM

Quote:it's better than that because it's not the "usual" composition.


I agree.
MikeH 16 217 4 United Kingdom
31 Dec 2010 2:53PM
Good to see this landscape from a slightly different viewpoint , just shows how a few metres can make a huge difference in compositional effect,
Mike

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