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canonfan 6 7 United Kingdom
11 Jun 2012 10:32PM
A fantastic image and well captured. Love the reflections
Jim

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SuperRoo 9 63 2 Australia
11 Jun 2012 10:43PM
Great shot... wonderful reflections and you have captured the fleeting light beautifully.

Paul
11 Jun 2012 10:52PM
Beautiful light and reflections.

Jude
WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.6k 148 England
11 Jun 2012 10:52PM
Superb bit of lighting. Excellent job.

Dave
saeidNL 6 3 Netherlands
11 Jun 2012 11:18PM
Super landscape with lovely reflection, nicely captured.
saeid
jasonrwl Plus
6 1.1k 10 United Kingdom
11 Jun 2012 11:33PM
Well worth the wait (if not the midgy bites!!!) - great shot
Jason
almiles 6 38 102 United Kingdom
12 Jun 2012 9:07AM
Dramatic lighting and an lovely image.
Being formative, I suppose a portrait orientation may have allowed you to make more of those FG rocks but still preserve the important vista and lighting. Not always time to re-orientate when you've been waiting so long for such a brief moment of light though! Smile I think it's great anyway and conveys a lovely sense of scale and islolation of the cottage.

Al
rayme330 4 17 1 United Kingdom
12 Jun 2012 12:03PM
Marvelously atmospheric capture of Gencoe (?)

Ray
clintQB 5 51 United Kingdom
12 Jun 2012 8:36PM
This is a cracking shot, well worth the 45 min wait
UrbaneMagick 4 172 1 United Kingdom
12 Jun 2012 9:17PM
Fantastic capture, great detail, well worth the wait..and then some.

Gareth
Anna_W 4 1 2 United Kingdom
13 Jun 2012 10:24PM
Looks as though you were rewarded with a beautiful splash of light when the time finally came - hope you weren't being eaten alive by midges in the meantime Smile Lovely mixture of reflections and clear water and I like the way you've balanced the green of the far hillsides by including the tufts of grass in the foreground. Cracking image Jeremy.
Regards
Anna
Well worth the wait for the light. But then thats what a picture is painted light.
The foreground and subject are nicely lit. Well down. WesternRed.

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