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Melting Margins

By almiles  
Last one from my Loch Morlich visit. Sunset swallowed by clouds and now getting very cold. Heading to the Green Lochan tomorow, I hear it's still frozen so could be worth the walk!

Tags: Winter Ice Frozen Cold Loch Landscape and travel Morlich Cairngorm national park

Voters: Hermanus, Speckled_Coast, phillG and 16 more


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Hermanus 4 4 South Africa
11 Dec 2012 6:53AM
Beautiful !! A great capture of this lovely view Smile

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almiles 6 38 102 United Kingdom
11 Dec 2012 9:22AM
Thank you Herman Smile
HowieR 5 20 3 United Kingdom
11 Dec 2012 9:26AM
Very well captured - nice work on the exposure and the tones

Howie
almiles 6 38 102 United Kingdom
11 Dec 2012 10:35AM
Cheers Howie Smile
geffers7 Plus
6 45 1 United Kingdom
11 Dec 2012 10:43AM
You've captured that cold feeling well in the image although lots of ice does help I suppose! Smile
Geoff
11 Dec 2012 11:13AM
So, so cold and very beautiful.

Jude
11 Dec 2012 12:15PM
The cold seeps out of this image Al, if the Green Lochan is the one I have in mind, best watch your step.

Dougie
almiles 6 38 102 United Kingdom
11 Dec 2012 3:53PM
Thanks Geoff, Jude and Dougie. The ice definitely assists the cold feel Geoff. I popped back this morning on my way to the green lochan and Loch Morlich now has a skim of ice all the way across. And Dougie, I didn't walk on the ice at the lochan, it was too thin but I did slip on the snowy rocks on the slopes above. Will be posting some of the views in the coming days. Smile
fazzer Plus
7 54 7 United Kingdom
11 Dec 2012 8:10PM
lovely shot with an interesting fg and great depth,i favour the portrait look in landscapes as well Smile
almiles 6 38 102 United Kingdom
11 Dec 2012 8:41PM
Thanks Jeremy, you use the portrait frame to brilliant effect! Smile

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