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Where sky falls

By javam    
As EPZ is my witness, I hereby swear that this will be my last puppy slaying transgression with archival shots from this location and will not upload another one (other than the mono in the versions) unless I actually go up there again and take some new photos!

You would not even have had this transgression if my 'not uploaded cupboard' had not been bereft of anything else.

If you are actually looking at this then your continued tolerance and patience is very much appreciated!


Tags: Scotland Buachaille etive mor Autumn Mountain Waterfall Rannoch moor Stob dearg Landscape and travel

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22 Nov 2012 1:50PM
Excellent shot , Well captured .. Smile

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rontear Plus
14 8 8 England
22 Nov 2012 2:30PM
Majestic indeed Neil, love the power and the light !!!
Briwooly Plus
12 452 5 England
22 Nov 2012 4:01PM
Gone from colour to mono,mono to colour and still can't pic a favourite so click click

22 Nov 2012 4:08PM
fine pov and composition pleasure to view

RogBrown 11 3.1k 10 England
22 Nov 2012 4:12PM
Excellent shot Neil. I should keep quiet about its location or EPZers will be there in droves. Tongue
almiles Plus
8 38 102 United Kingdom
22 Nov 2012 6:30PM
I haven't seen this PoV (lens practically in the burn) before so I think it was really worthwhile uploading because making a different image of such an iconic view takes real skill! I love them both but unusually for me I think the mono works best because it enhances the texture in the the rocky and watery parts which form the major components. Tremendous image!
derekhansen Plus
9 210 24 United Kingdom
22 Nov 2012 8:32PM
like the low POV Neil. Both versions are excellent but if forced I would plump for the colour.
javam Plus
13 1.1k 19 United Kingdom
23 Nov 2012 10:58AM
Thanks all, very much appreciated.

Quote:I haven't seen this PoV (lens practically in the burn)

Good wellies and a relatively low water level were a must for this. One of my other favoured compositions is putting the tripod on that large rock on the left, but you would not want to try getting across to it if the water was any higher than this.

Thanks again.


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