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Moine House Gold

By hwatt  
Tongue, Sutherland, Scotland

I like subtle and delicate very much but just occasionally it is necessary to concuss folk by bludgeoning them senseless with colour and this staggeringly beautiful and jaw dropping light raked across miles of open moorland beneath heavy cloud and turned the drab and forlorn gable ends of ruined Moine House to burnished gold at the same time transforming low lying puffs of cloud to candyfloss. Beyond and almost entirely unlit is the brooding bulk of Ben Loyal its summit peaks outlined against a midnight blue sky.

Pentax 67 II, 300mm lens, unfiltered, f/16 at 1/30 second. Fujichrome Velvia 50


Tags: Sutherland Gold Ruin Ben loyal Moine house Landscape and travel

Voters: woolybill1, mike9005, debu and 30 more

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mountains 11 50 United Kingdom
7 Aug 2019 8:49AM
Superb lighting

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sawsengee Plus
13 6 28 Malaysia
7 Aug 2019 9:00AM
beautiful golden light.
FabioKeiner 7 111 Austria
7 Aug 2019 9:30AM
simply wonderful
7 Aug 2019 11:06AM
Gorgeous.
Sylvia
7 Aug 2019 12:31PM
Lovely work!

ArneSmile
Joline Plus
13 30 56 United States
7 Aug 2019 12:57PM
The "golden hour" for sure. I love that light.
dudler Plus
16 1.0k 1575 England
7 Aug 2019 5:27PM
Lighting, composition, location. Just as you said to AP...

Beautiful.

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