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  • Dunnottar

    I detonated an old WW2 army grenade to light up the shadows but put it behind a soft box to soften the contrast. Unfortunately the soft box shredded into small pieces and then blew away over the cliffs in the wind.

    Apart from some flash burns on the back of my hands, this image is all I got.

    WW2 grenades don't work so will try a flash mortar next time.
    • 8 Jan 2018 8:35PM
  • Lochan na h-Achlaise

    Thank you. Cheques in the mail.
    • 12 Jul 2016 11:16PM
  • Loch ath Chrathaidh

    Cheers for the comments and gongs !
    • 9 Jul 2016 10:23PM
  • Far Out

    Thanks very much everyone.
    • 8 Apr 2016 7:12PM
  • Eilean Donon Castle

    And destroyed in 1719 by English troops when they packed the basement with gunpowder & bombarded it with canon. The nearby church & homesteads were also burned to the ground leaving local inhabitants homeless.

    The castle then lay in ruins for two centuries until it was rebuilt in the 1930s.

    No reason to leave out important historic facts.
    • 9 Mar 2016 12:57PM
  • Moss

    Looks like the moss is connected to the electricity grid.
    • 4 Dec 2014 1:32PM
  • Tree

    I've been on a roll when it comes to forests and trees and regrettably, there's only so many metaphors one can come up with.

    But Paree is right; this magical little beech tree makes quite the arresting subject.

    Thanks for all the kind words.
    • 2 Dec 2014 10:59PM
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  • These could appear in any decent motoring magazine ... a tricky job made to look easy but I know it's not. Lots of practice and a skill for timing, framing, tracking an object that's always going faster than it appears with the naked eye.

    Cracking talent.