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Sgurr an Fheadain

By Nothern_Licht
Looking towards the Cuillins in Glen Brittle. Walking up the glen beside the Fairy Pools. Low cloud was intermitently clearing just enough to get a brief view of the peaks.

Tags: Skye Glen River Waterfall Stream Fairy Brittle Landscape and travel Sgurr an fheadain Coire na creiche

Voters: handlerstudio, Shaji84, NDODS and 12 more


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Comments


A great b&w landscape. Not sure about how I feel about the figure on the left.

Peter

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NDODS 7 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
7 Aug 2014 5:04AM
Both beautiful and dramatic, for me the inclusion of the figure plays a key role in the composition showing the scale and enormity of the scene. "Superb"

Regards NathanGrinGrinGrin
Andysnapper 9 109 25 England
7 Aug 2014 6:44AM
An excellent and moody b&w shot. I'm in two minds about the person, I agree with Nathan about giving it some scale but the position right on the edge of the image does tend to draw the eye away from the waterfall..... Whatever, its a great shot and I really like it.

Andy
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5 4.8k 8 United Kingdom
7 Aug 2014 10:30AM
Great drama, like the inclusion of the figure.Smile

ivor
Nothern_Licht 8 13 4 Scotland
7 Aug 2014 8:04PM
Thanks for the feedback. I was in 2 minds about the figure. The path alongside the burn was very busy that day. On one hand I felt it did provide scale, on the other it is quite peripheral and may distract some people.

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