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By hwatt  
Kinloch Hourn, Highlands, Scotland.

This is actually quite an old image shot on my Pentax 67II. I have always liked it and it appears that others do too as I have just been asked for a large print. The original was processed on an Epson flat bed scanner and it was always asking quite a bit to get the shadow and highlight detail which was held very satisfactorily on film but suffered somewhat in the scan so I recently re-did it using my Nikon Coolscan 90000ED and I hope and trust that the finished print will look much better that the original scan that was made.

The hut is still there but somewhat worse for wear with no rusty roof present. I waited in some very inclement weather for light to skid across the hut and dapple the background hills with cloud patterns and sunlight.

Tags: Road Autumn Bracken Landscape and travel Stone hut Kinloch hourn

Voters: ChristopherA, spickles, iainmacd and 63 more

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iainmacd 12 56 Scotland
9 Nov 2020 12:03PM
Another stunning image of a place I am familiar with; very nicely presented Ian.
Joline Plus
14 34 59 United States
9 Nov 2020 12:57PM
A wonderful scene.
9 Nov 2020 1:35PM
Great landscape image SmileSmileSmile
clicknimagine Plus
11 797 104 India
9 Nov 2020 4:03PM
Love the way you have composed and exposed the shot...
viscostatic 14 49 10 United Kingdom
9 Nov 2020 4:14PM
Beautiful light on the far hillside.

dudler Plus
17 1.6k 1832 England
9 Nov 2020 5:44PM
Another object lesson in landscape...
9 Nov 2020 6:29PM
Beautiful colours and light.

JuBarney Plus
9 33 5 United Kingdom
9 Nov 2020 6:50PM
A terrific Scottish landscape
richmowil Plus
12 446 2 England
9 Nov 2020 8:20PM
Great composition!!
Saastad Plus
1 16 15 Norway
9 Nov 2020 11:05PM
Lovely composition and beautiful light and colours!

15 Dec 2020 1:19AM
Oh wow , this reminds me of a painting my parents had of the highlands . Stunning ...a large print will be very impressive indeed,
Stellar film work,
Cheers Walt

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