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Sublime Pines

By hwatt  
Loch A Chroisg, Achnasheen, Scotland

Though the soft coloured light at the beginning and ends of the day is usually better than at other times on this occasion it wouldn't have been of any particular benefit. Either side of Loch A Chroisg sees mountains rising directly and oppressively out of the water and for light to illuminate these trees it is better to be there in the late morning. A gorgeous heavy sky undoubtedly helped matters as did the differential patches of light that create the depth that solid or zero illumination would fail to provide. The final result is all that really counts and I find it to be very satisfactory.

Pentax 67 II ,90-180 zoom,Fujichrome Velvia
Polariser, 0.45ND hard Grad, f/32 at 1 Second.

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: richmowil, taggart, gwynn56 and 7 more

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ukgubbi 9 5 India
6 Mar 2014 2:10AM
Great tones. Lovely
Andysnapper 12 109 25 England
6 Mar 2014 6:48AM
Lovely colours and a fine composition. I always struggle with Velvia 50, can't seem to meter it properly, not so bad with the 100 though. I was seriously considering a Pentax 67 last year but went for a Bronica GS-1 in the end, I am still unsure whether I made the right decision.
And I have just had a look at your portfolio, stunning work.

Andy
Mollycat Plus
7 21 2 United Kingdom
6 Mar 2014 8:38AM
Excellent composition. Great photograph.
Peter.
hwatt 17 22 United Kingdom
6 Mar 2014 10:28PM
Hi Andy

Yes the Pentax is a great field camera. I guess I am so used to Velvia I have worked out most of its wee quirks.

Ian
IanFlindt 16 740 21 United Kingdom
13 Mar 2014 9:18PM
A perfectly balanced composition, Ian, in which the elements all play a vital part.

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