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Looking Down the Glen

By bill33
My thanks once again to everyone for your wonderful comments and votes on my last image,I got quite a shock when I saw the response, and also a special thanks for the GE award from Hazelmouse, this is what makes photography worthwhile, especially when other photographers appreciate your work. Another image from the same day, this time standing in the river Coupall, looking down the Glen towards Glencoe with the Buachaille Etive Mor to the left of the photograph. Taken mid morning,and with the light constantly changing here, you just have to set up your composition and wait, and hope that everything comes together. Your comments as always would be very much appreciated. Bill.

Tags: Landscape Scotland Glencoe Landscape and travel

Voters: edrhodes, ossca, pdunstan_Greymoon and 25 more

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ossca 10 England
7 Dec 2012 5:30PM
Great light

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marktc Plus
7 101 15 United Kingdom
7 Dec 2012 5:45PM
A real cracker Bill
7 Dec 2012 6:42PM
Beautiful, great light and colours.
Good one again Bill.
Irishkate Plus
7 41 114 United Kingdom
7 Dec 2012 9:47PM
So many angles, so many amazing images Bill.
Your patience pays off with the light captured on this beautiful scene.
The sun, snow and ice combine to make a stunning picture.
Hermanus 5 4 South Africa
8 Dec 2012 5:16AM
A great photo of this beautiful view !!
AnnJ Plus
6 5 Scotland
8 Dec 2012 4:07PM
Quite breathtaking! Ann.
RonnieAG Plus
8 154 118 Scotland
12 Dec 2012 11:44PM
As Kate says, there are so many lines and shapes in this image and the f/g triangle of shingle seems to echo the shape of the Buichaille so nicely.
Another beautifully crafted winter landscape, Bill.
almiles 8 38 102 United Kingdom
15 Dec 2012 6:40PM
I think this is my favourite of the series. The golden light is sublime and provides great modelling to the ground as well as picking out the snowy tops. I also prefer the minimalist comp in this one. Just brilliant Smile

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