Loch Linnhe's Monster...

By Scottishlandscapes  
...and of course the legendery Castle Stalker, Appin, Scotland.

Tags: Scotland Highland Appin Landscape and travel

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great shot lovely colours.

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12 Aug 2010 6:16PM
A very crisp and clean composition, a must large Smile Geoff.
Great image Dougie - lovely sky & reflections

12 Aug 2010 6:28PM
This is a truly beautiful image,Dougie.
Well photographed image..JT
12 Aug 2010 7:06PM
Lovely image Dougie.Looking back I more often saw this view on dreich,drizzly winter days as we delivered coal fortnightly inKentallen/Duror/Appin and the back roads of North ShianSmile

I passed a coal lorry today, Ferguson's I think.

phill Plus
12 1 United Kingdom
12 Aug 2010 7:15PM
jaktis Plus
13 84 Sweden
12 Aug 2010 7:28PM
A well captured monster

12 Aug 2010 7:37PM
A lovely image well presented

Richsr Plus
9 91 223 England
12 Aug 2010 8:14PM
Do like the light and details in this Dougie, good composition too.
Regards Richard
12 Aug 2010 8:37PM
Hi Dougie, thanks so very much 4 your love generous comment so much appreciated and from such a talented person I feel very honoured indeed. This is another stunning capture beautifully done. Still struggling on with my cast really slowing me down sorry 2 be short and missed so much of your work.
12 Aug 2010 8:42PM
Lovely sky & reflections, thought it might have been better if you could have got the castle in the centre of the loch on the other third. Ho=wever, looking at your already precarious position, it may not have been possible to wade out further. All the same it gets my vote.
12 Aug 2010 9:18PM
Lovely composition with great detail and colour.....Derek
derekhansen Plus
8 210 24 United Kingdom
12 Aug 2010 9:20PM
Like the composition Dougie.
12 Aug 2010 9:42PM

Quote:I passed a coal lorry today, Ferguson's I think.


Smile In the 70's it was two local/rival coal merchants.Young Bros in Ballachulish and Alistair Mcinnes ['The Dren'] from Glencoe, but his coal shed was in the the big slate quarry in 'Balla'.May sound strange but I enjoyed my spell being a coalman!!.We had a lovely 'round' Wink

danbrann Plus
12 636 17
12 Aug 2010 10:26PM
Pleased to be no30 for this gigantic image Dougie. Superb in all its contents.
Sezz Plus
12 617 15 England
12 Aug 2010 11:26PM
So fresh, vibrant and beautifully clear - a view I should like to see for myself one day Dougie!

Sarah *
RonnieAG Plus
7 153 116 Scotland
12 Aug 2010 11:51PM
Last time I was there, Dougie, it was dull and dreich. At least you have been blessed with a fine day for this excellent shot of both monster and Castle.
13 Aug 2010 7:43AM
You got me smiling here Dougie. As usual, without looking at the title (I always try to guess where it was taken) I opened the large version and I thought - wow! I didn't know Loch Linnhe has its own monster! Then I saw the title... Smile
Great composition, wonderful sky and reflections.
Hope you have a great weekend my friend,
Mynett Plus
8 142 6 United Kingdom
13 Aug 2010 7:58AM
this is so fresh and clear, the comp is so beautifully thought out and the sky is just perfect. Love your images - they are presented with such care

Alan_Coles Plus
11 177 11 Wales
13 Aug 2010 9:12AM

Quote:This is so fresh and clear, the comp is so beautifully thought out and the sky is just perfect. Love your images - they are presented with such care


I agree totally with Linda.
Nice shot , great colours
pmorgan Plus
10 217 13 England
13 Aug 2010 8:07PM
Picture postcard perfect - excellent togging Dougie!

MikeA Plus
12 1.3k England
14 Aug 2010 9:39AM
Lovely colourful composition, super clarity Dougie,
IanFlindt Plus
12 740 21 United Kingdom
15 Aug 2010 11:34AM
There's definitely something beastly about that intriguing rock formation! One of the things I love about this, Dougie, is the way you've positioned the rock so that it doesn't stand taller than the castle, while the tide mark on the rock appears to be a continuation of the line of the distant hills.
16 Aug 2010 12:58PM
Beautiful composition and clarity. Looks like you got some teriffic weather.
Frank_Reid Plus
11 225 1 United Kingdom
8 Sep 2010 8:45AM
Quality of the highest order.


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