Loch Leven...

By Scottishlandscapes  
...a little rocky promontary where oyster catchers devour muscles & discard the shells also anglers leave fag packets and cans, shame on you. The Oyster Catchers don't know any better.

Tags: Scotland Glencoe Highlands Landscape and travel Ballachullish

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Comments


29 Aug 2011 7:34AM
Stunning landscape, nice capture.

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IainHamer 11 3 4 England
29 Aug 2011 8:08AM
Wow!!!!! What a beautiful shot of a lovely place

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Iain
29 Aug 2011 8:10AM
The water looks cold, almost frozen... is it really again that time of the year, to expect ice on the water??? I hope not!
The clearness of the water is amazing.
Johanna
Loch Leven is a sea loch and the tide washes the shores daily. Just round the corner the ferry used to ply from side to side of the narrows which see the fast flowing water as the tides turn in and out, it fairly flies through the narrows. No sign of ice as yet it was cold in the morning but warmed up a lot later in the day. There's change in the weather though, cold nights to make you snuggle under the duvet.
Thanks for your visit Johanna, you always leave such good comments ith your greta knowledge of Scotland and it's songs & poetry. WinkGrinSmile
reaper4252 5 2 9 United Kingdom
29 Aug 2011 8:34AM
Superb shot, love the clarity and reflections
Wasn't so lucky with the weather when we visited a few years ago
moiral 6 12 Scotland
29 Aug 2011 8:51AM
Well said Dougie, I do wish folk would take their rubbish with them. A beautiful landscape and I like the clarity of the water at the edges, allowing you to see the mussels. Moira
rontear Plus
13 8 8 England
29 Aug 2011 8:53AM
Classic Dougie, a reminder of how beautiful Scotland can be !! Ron.
pluckyfilly Plus
10 351 33 United Kingdom
29 Aug 2011 8:56AM
Some people just dont think no excuse but it doesnt take much effort to put rubbish in the right place or take it home. Good picture despite the fag endsWink great reflections
woolybill1 Plus
10 22 68 United Kingdom
29 Aug 2011 9:17AM
Lovely recession and perspective, wonderful choice of viewpoint. The definition in the foreground and the rocky promontory is superb and stresses the diagonal division of the composition, with the upper right being a softer, mistier distance.
I think Autumn began here six days ago......
Regards
Bill
wolfy 12 36 United Kingdom
29 Aug 2011 9:24AM
Excellent comp and details on this oen Dougie, I need to come back up there soon, I miss this place so much!!
29 Aug 2011 9:28AM
Stunning shot love the clouds in background
mike
Carrie_1 6 2 6 Wales
29 Aug 2011 9:49AM
Beautiful image.
Caroline
fraser 12 631 14 Scotland
29 Aug 2011 9:53AM
The clarity from back to front is excellent and the detail in the foreground (forewater?) superb. An image of delightful surprises.

Fraser
Richsr 9 91 223 England
29 Aug 2011 10:27AM
Like the details and good comp too Dougie, well worked
AnnChown Plus
7 199 1 United Kingdom
29 Aug 2011 10:53AM
Great composition and a reminder that Autumn is almost here (which I love!)! Love the empty shells - but people's discarded rubbish is inexcusable!
Ann
danbrann Plus
12 631 17
29 Aug 2011 12:11PM
A super image Dougie but you cannot expect people to clutter their cars up with rubbish.It's much easier to leave it there.Who wants fag ends and dirty wrappings in their pristine vehicles.
annettep38 Plus
5 218 40 Costa Rica
29 Aug 2011 12:49PM
beautiful reflection and a cracking composition.
the water is sooo clear!
Daisymaye Plus
8 23 10 Canada
29 Aug 2011 2:04PM
A lovely composed image Dougie. Too bad some people just can't pick up after themselves...........Sandy
saltireblue Plus
6 6.2k 33 Norway
29 Aug 2011 4:45PM
Marvellous choice of location with that highly detailed underwater foreground and the rock outcrop on the left.
Humans choose to do most things. The creatures of Nature use the instincts they are born with.
We are not that clever.

Malc
Baz72 7 30 Scotland
29 Aug 2011 4:55PM
Cracking comp dougie and reflections in the water ! nice one.
Brian.

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