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Sea Loch Panorama

By JohnEW  
Since every other EPZ 'tog' has apparently, at some time, uploaded a picture of Eilean Donan Castle, why should I be left out? My claim to uniqueness is that it is an unplanned panoramic, having been created from two (slightly mismatched) frames taken from very slightly different viewpoints. Can you see the join? Wink. The distant mountains of Skye are visible, I think, just to the left of the castle.

Must be viewed BIG Smile

35mm f/11, 1/500 & f/19, 1/100 ISO200

Tags: Scotland Skye Castle Panorama Eilean Donan Loch Architecture Dornie Duich Landscape and travel

Voters: crapsnap, iancatch, miptog and 28 more

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Comments


iancatch 9 4 45 England
28 May 2007 10:20PM
A nice shot and the join is well disguised!

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miptog 11 3.5k 61 United Kingdom
28 May 2007 10:22PM
Would have liked to see one furher frame to the left of the castle, that would then put the castle on a third rather than in the centre of the frame. Great shot as is. Mike
VintageRed 11 15 1 United Kingdom
28 May 2007 10:25PM
Good image. Join not obvious.
Nick
rusmi 12 35 1 United Kingdom
28 May 2007 11:08PM
this castle always deserve a click, well done!
Tom
Sezz Plus
11 617 15 England
28 May 2007 11:20PM
Well i feel left out now Wink never had the pleasure of seeing this castle John! Wonderful colours both in the sky and fg, like the hint of reflection too.

Sez *
JohnEW 9 3
28 May 2007 11:30PM
Mike, I wish I had that frame too, the mountains behind are very impressive (although you might have had to scroll to see it all). Unfortunately this was not a planned sequence. The visit was in Sept. 2003, I know better these days & have a light weight tripod & pano. head (& a D200 that's streets ahead of the D100 Wink).

Thanks, everyone else too, for c&C so far.

John
samsalt1 9 34 4
28 May 2007 11:38PM
looks great, nice work !
28 May 2007 11:48PM
A wonderfully balanced image tonally, and I think the castle
in the centre of the image really works too.
My only minor caveat, is the rock in the bottom right hand corner, seems to distract a little, and add nothing, perhaps because thee is not enough of it, but I like it very much nonetheless.

RogWink
User_Removed 9 485 13 England
29 May 2007 9:26AM
stunning panorama great shot
29 May 2007 1:18PM
Great work John, I'm still not sure where the join is! I often find it is the sky that gives the join away but not here.
Excellent!
Chris
RockArea 10 18 3 United Kingdom
29 May 2007 4:10PM
Unplanned or not it's come out very well with excellent detail and clarity throughout!

David
pamelajean Plus
10 969 1847 United Kingdom
29 May 2007 7:38PM
Never been there, never done it, never got the Tshirt.
But I do like this image, especially the arched bridge, reflection and clouds.
Nigel_95 Plus
10 260 2 United Kingdom
29 May 2007 11:28PM
Perfect time of morning for the shot, wonderful clear conditions, and no, the join isn't obvious to me.

Nigel
JohnEW 9 3
30 May 2007 1:03AM
Thanks everyone for your interest & c&C. I feel better now I know I'm not the last to have been there, photo'd that.
John
una 13 10 United Kingdom
30 May 2007 3:36PM
Lovely detail and colours.
Una
AlanBW 10 20 England
30 May 2007 3:41PM
Impressive panorama, great light and rich colours - I've not been there either
9 Jun 2007 10:03PM
The most photographed motif in Scotland - but who wonders? Superb shot of a great scene.
Johanna
Caledonia 10 2 Scotland
12 Jun 2007 6:26AM
Isn't this such a wonderful setting for a castle! I don't care that it is a reconstruction .... it still takes my breath away . You have done a great presentation of this most loved monument ... and no, I can't see any join!!! Excellent work John.
Marie

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