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Textures & Colours...

By Scottishlandscapes  
...the light play across the bay here brings all sorts of colours and textures against at times a dull cloudy mountain range. The birds also change depending o the time of day.

Tags: Weather Islands Sands Hebrides Seasons Western isles Landscape and travel Luskentyre Seilebost Harris and Lewis

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bliba Plus
13 2 Austria
24 Apr 2019 6:39AM

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24 Apr 2019 8:19AM
Colour quietly playing its part here, and lovely textures on that rocky spit.
mrswoolybill Plus
12 1.6k 2078 United Kingdom
24 Apr 2019 8:37AM
Calm with a hint of menace in those lines.
24 Apr 2019 8:49AM

Quote:Calm with a hint of menace in those lines.

Very true about the menace Moira, the tide runs in the riverbed chanel and can come at a pretty rapid pace if you are not aware.

When I first came here I had to run around an ever larger pool way inland from the sea.

Twice I saw people being surprised by the speed of the incoming tide, a 12yr old girl pointed an escape out to two older women and a child.
They were lucky she was there.

Never turn your back on the sea, it's not like a river.

RonnieAG Plus
9 154 118 Scotland
24 Apr 2019 9:26AM
Textures and colours of course but what I really like is the banding effect, Dougie.
Lillian Plus
10 23 17 United Kingdom
24 Apr 2019 10:01AM
As per your usual.. a wonderful seascape
viscostatic 13 45 5 United Kingdom
24 Apr 2019 10:09AM
Wonderful bands of light and shade Dougie.

capto Plus
7 5.8k 11 United Kingdom
24 Apr 2019 12:40PM
Does what it says and very well too.Smile
24 Apr 2019 1:34PM
Beautiful Dougie !
Mollycat Plus
6 21 2 United Kingdom
24 Apr 2019 2:51PM
If I didn't know this was Scotland it could be mistaken for anywhere in the Americas. Stunning scenery Dougie.
saltireblue Plus
9 9.7k 36 Norway
24 Apr 2019 4:05PM
Beautifully cpmposed, a treat for the eye working your way from bottom to top through those multiple layers, Dougie.
It certainly hits the mark with regard to textures and as you quite rightly say respect the Sea


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