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The Fairy Pools, Glenbrittle Skye.

By bill33
The Fairy pools at Glenbrittle was the venue for this image, surprised that very little water was flowing from any of the waterfalls in this area. After speaking to some of the locals here, I was informed that this was the driest season that they have had in many years. The Black Cuillins forming the backdrop for this photograph. Many thanks once again to everyone for your kind comments and votes on my previous images, they are always very much appreciated. Bill.

Tags: Landscape Scotland Isle of skye Landscape and travel

Voters: paskinmj, annettep38, canonfan and 14 more


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paskinmj 8 11 1 United Kingdom
19 Jul 2012 8:41PM
Nice processing.
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annettep38 Plus
5 218 40 Costa Rica
19 Jul 2012 8:56PM
beautiful scenery well composed . Amazing blues!
19 Jul 2012 8:58PM
Fantastic image
Jim
Jasper87 Plus
7 1.7k 148 England
19 Jul 2012 9:09PM
Lovely colour and detail in the foreground, esp that green water, and the dark hills provide a wonderful contrasting backdrop.

Dave
19 Jul 2012 9:21PM
Bill, great comp, strong colours and detail, like the little waterfall.........another nice shot.


Paul.
RonnieAG Plus
7 154 116 Scotland
19 Jul 2012 10:41PM
Whilst other parts of the UK have had a very wet year the western highlands and outer isles have been drier than usual, so perhaps not too surprising the flow is somewhat reduced on normal.
It's a fine spot that all photographers to the Glenbrittle area head for, and it's so easy to see why from your image.
Ronnie.
22 Jul 2012 4:17PM
not much water as you say but still a very pleasing capture. We in Glasgow have seen enough water to last a life time

Graham
22 Jul 2012 5:49PM
Fantastic image Bill,I have never seen anything like this,well done..Lin

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