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the three sisters of Glencoe

By NeilWigan
From our trip up to Fort William ,Scotland,its hard to get an idea of scale from these shots but its massive,this was the day before the tragic events of the weekend.It was dull and misty i have brought it up as much as poss,its a four shot panorama,V2 is the colour version.it was incredibly cold .Hope everyone is OK,we have, today, got another great grand child this time a little girl,just 4lbs. Stay well and thanks for looking. Neil and Joan.

Tags: General Black and white Landscape and travel

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NeilWigan Plus
5 12 15 England
22 Jan 2013 11:56PM
The two little white dots on the right hand side of v2 are a couple of transit vans ,that may give an idea of scale.

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22 Jan 2013 11:59PM
Good captures Neil pleasure to view

Graham
LynneJoyce Plus
7 20 99 United Kingdom
23 Jan 2013 12:00AM
Very impressive, V2 for me.
RonnieAG Plus
6 153 116 Scotland
23 Jan 2013 12:13AM
An excellent panorama, Neil: the B and W version seems to have brought out more detail in the shadowy lower slopes, although the coloured version is attractive in it's own right.
The cold recently has been enough to cut you in two so I can imagine what it was like up there in the Glen.
And you mention the sad events of these talented young folk lost in an avalanche......lives cut tragically short.
Ronnie.
andylea 7 37 1 United Kingdom
23 Jan 2013 1:36AM
two belters neil wonderful detail and tones v1 for me today a cracking mono nice one Wink
andy
jasonrwl Plus
6 1.1k 10 United Kingdom
23 Jan 2013 6:57AM
Very nicely done Neil - v1 for me
Jason
SUE118 Plus
7 8 1 United Kingdom
23 Jan 2013 7:29AM
Firstly congratulations. What a super capture they are so beautiful to capture.
rayme330 4 17 1 United Kingdom
23 Jan 2013 8:49AM
Impressive and well put together panorama, Neil both versions look good.
Congratulations on the new arrival. GrinGrinGrin

Ray
WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.6k 148 England
23 Jan 2013 8:55AM
A grand vista, Neil, and the bleakness and cold comes through so well on the mono.

Dave
Maiwand Plus
9 3 71 England
23 Jan 2013 9:16AM
Both are very impressive images Neil; they really capture the atmosphere well.
Ron
Lillian Plus
6 21 17 United Kingdom
23 Jan 2013 9:53AM
That is a very impressive vista there Neil
the mono is more dramatic in my mind
congrats to parents and to you and Joan on the new additition Grin
Lillian
EAS 7 1 13 Scotland
23 Jan 2013 2:36PM
Two excellent images. No one should ever under estimate the danger as well as the stunning beauty of our Scottish mountains! Congratulations on the new addition to your family. 4lbs? So tiny.

Ann
mex Plus
8 27 3 United Kingdom
23 Jan 2013 2:46PM
Congrats neil joan and family, not a bad pic. SmileSmileSmile .
cheers phil an ju,
Tibetan 3 3 England
23 Jan 2013 4:53PM
Impressive Neil, I like V2. just has the edge well done, shame about the tragic event!. Grand children are great I have four boys and one girl, they soon grow up so enjoy while you can best wishes and regards Leon.GrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrin
moiral 6 12 Scotland
23 Jan 2013 5:15PM
Beautiful Glen Coe - one of my favourite places in Scotland. Such a tragedy to strike at the weekend.
Wonderful panorama here Neil.
Congrats to the new arrival too, hope all are well. Moira
A beautiful part of our world, especially covered in snow. Excellent Panorama Neil. Congratulation on becoming Great Grandparents again.

Ruth
Suehh 9 39 6 England
23 Jan 2013 9:13PM
Two lovely versions Neil - can't choose between them.

Congratulations on your little girl - give her a cuddle from me xx
23 Jan 2013 9:51PM
V1 does seem more dramatic but V2 is my favourite on this occasion.
Cliff
23 Jan 2013 10:29PM
Very impressive, colour for me.
Johanna
23 Jan 2013 11:44PM
A fantastic scene and capture.Like both equally
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JimV 9 6 3 Canada
24 Jan 2013 4:35AM
Dramatic panoramic capture enhanced by the mono Neil, though I have to admit a preference for V2. Hope you enjoyed your trip to Scotland, and I see the usual Scottish weather was specially laid on for you! Smile
Congratulations on the new great grandaughter, a happy occasion for all the family, bet Joan can't wait to get her hands on her, though, at that weight she'll probably be in an incubator for a wee spell.
Rgds., Jim
PaulLiley 7 2 13 United Kingdom
24 Jan 2013 10:04AM
Superb mono shot. Know the area well. Scene of tragic avalanche recently. paul
Billyray 8 70 3 United Kingdom
24 Jan 2013 11:09AM
Not often I prefer black and white to colour but I do with this shot Neil. I checked out the two transit vans in the colour version and they look really small against those huge mountains. Its an excellent stitch of four shots and as Eric said to Ern 'I can't see the join'.
My congratulations on the safe arrival the new Great granddaughter.
Ray
24 Jan 2013 12:51PM
Two excellent versions of this famous landmark Neil, congratulations on the birth of your grand daughter Smile
Regards
Rick
Glostopcat Plus
10 255 2 England
25 Jan 2013 5:02PM
A wonderful panoramic view of this impressive mountain range, the colour version has the greater impact IMHO
excellent images neil,love v2.ray
28 Jan 2013 4:27PM
I like V2
debu 6 India
30 Jan 2013 3:17PM
Lovely images.
debu
phil99 9 45 6 United Kingdom
30 Jan 2013 8:29PM
Superb work which works well in mono....Philg
nonur Plus
7 15 9 Turkey
1 Feb 2013 5:04PM
Great panorama, impressive view in mono!

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