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By landandlight  
The view from Stac Pollaidh is one of Scotland's best- easily accessible with a little bit of effort, taken in October 2008. I have attached a second version taken with the 45mm lens just to show the difference and how wide the 30 really is!

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: MacAlba, rocky41, jeanie and 24 more

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shandoor 7 1 United Kingdom
24 Feb 2009 10:30PM
Super image
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maryg 7 66 18 Scotland
25 Feb 2009 1:07AM
Two super images like the strength in both, V1 for me.
mary
JohnParminter 9 1.3k 14 England
25 Feb 2009 7:13AM
Magnificent views Craig, these images are what mountain/landscape photography is all about for me.
I actually prefer V2 the closer view as it concentrates Stac Pollaidh a wee bit more and there is slight distraction from the dark strip in V1.
I'd have this shot on my wall at home and think they are perfect formats for large chimney breasts to be hung on.

john
porty2003 12 97 Scotland
25 Feb 2009 9:02AM
Great stuff.View large for full effect

John
Wonderful image! You appear to have captured all the important subject matter and balanced it well in both compositions. I'm genuinely surprised at the difference between the 30 & 45mm lenses, I can understand the extra cost now!
Camairish 10 1.4k Scotland
26 Feb 2009 12:14PM
I prefer the first version - this is a shot I must get!! I don't have the 30mm lens but this is changing my mind.

Fantastic work. Ian.

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