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Luskentyre Tide...

By Scottishlandscapes  
...It's easy to be distracted by the colour of the water and find that the sea has crept in behind you and you are cut off from the safety of dry land by a deep channel. I had to run a distance to get round the channel here and back on land. Beware of the sea at all times.
This one is from 2010 reworked in Lightroom.

Tags: Weather Scotland Storms Sea Ocean Hebrides Western isles Landscape and travel Highlands and islands Harris and Lewis

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bliba Plus
14 2 Austria
7 Jul 2017 10:04AM
very moody

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Chinga Plus
9 3 2 United Kingdom
7 Jul 2017 10:24AM
Beautiful scenery...
Isabel GrinGrin
7 Jul 2017 10:40AM
The same thing's happened to me a few times, can be quite scary.

Remarkable colour in the water... and that legendary white sand!
All in all a lovely combination of greys and earth colours.

( Thanks for the Tree, which has been carefully transplanted and thoroughly watered in... but using only virtual water, obviously Wink )

Irishkate Plus
9 42 118 United Kingdom
7 Jul 2017 10:47AM
Mesmerising Dougie.
I once had to retreat from bracken burning at Glencoe!
Kate Grin
MalcolmM Plus
14 1.5k 5 Scotland
7 Jul 2017 10:49AM
Stormy sky - you probably got wet one way or another...
Atmospheric & beautiful.
mrswoolybill Plus
13 2.1k 2238 United Kingdom
7 Jul 2017 2:03PM
Those few randomly dotted pebbles on the right are so important.
Daisymaye Plus
11 23 17 Canada
7 Jul 2017 2:29PM
Looks like miles of white sand, when the tide is out. You were a lucky man to make it out with all your equipment.
Mollycat Plus
6 21 2 United Kingdom
7 Jul 2017 3:36PM
You got a stunning shot Dougie, glad you made it back safely.
viscostatic 14 47 7 United Kingdom
11 Jul 2017 11:22AM
Beautiful colours and patterns in the water here Dougie.

jaktis 16 84 Sweden
11 Jul 2017 3:00PM
Lovely contrast between the colourful water and the beach

24 Jul 2017 6:50PM
Love your composition here, Dougie and the silvery greys that run through the image.

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