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Loch of the Lowes

By braddy  
I just had to stop the car and catch these reflections

Tags: Landscape Scotland Borders Landscape and travel

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paulbroad 14 131 1293 United Kingdom
29 Mar 2011 5:42PM
Nice - suites me. Can see Frank's point, but the technical quality is superb.

Paul
franken Plus
19 5.3k 4 United Kingdom
29 Mar 2011 8:32PM
I'm inclined to agree with the comments of Frank.

Ken
Jestertheclown 12 8.5k 253 England
30 Mar 2011 12:06AM
Technicaly excellent.
The jury's out on the position of the horizon. I quite like the way the texture of the grassy stuff in the foreground offsets the opposing relatively clear sky.
I'm inclined to agree that the rock needs to go though.

Bren.
RonnieAG Plus
11 154 119 Scotland
30 Mar 2011 3:29AM
I find the overall composition fairly satisfying and I do agree with the others re. the f/g rock. I would also like to have seen the tips of the grasses not cutting across the reflection of the mountain top, as this would have enhanced the sense of distance between the f/g and b/g. Perhaps a small point, but one which I feel would have enhanced the final image considerably.
Ronnie.
braddy 11 37 Scotland
30 Mar 2011 10:02PM
Thanks for the comments. I know it's a subjective matter, but I tend not to be too dogmatic about RoT where shots have significant reflections. Ignoring the shore line, there can be strong thirds already there, i.e. (1) the foreground, (2) the background + reflection taken together and (3) the sky. I take the point on the f/g rock. If I had extended the tripod legs I may have been able to leave it out the shot altogether - this would also have sorted Ronnie's point re the grass tips overlapping with the hilltop reflection.
Maybe I'll go back there on a clear, calm day and try again!!
Paul

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