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River Etive

By juldon
Further along the road from my last upload there are a few more waterfalls.
The road runs along side the River Etive and we found this nice fall.

My husband went down onto the lower rock and this would have got a lot better picture but I did not have the nerve to go and was not taking a risk that he and the camera might have ended up in the water.

Thanks for your nice comments on my previous upload Smile

Sorry to the person who clicked before but I felt the picture was not straight. Still not sure now but its a difficult one to get right.

Tags: Rannoch moor River etive Landscape and travel Nikon d70 and s

Voters: dianah, wildvision148, willgriffiths and 16 more

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dianah 11 24.5k 4 United Kingdom
6 Nov 2007 4:39PM
This is an excellent capture of water realistic. Love this composition, gorgeous colours and detail.

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Great looking river,very nice image.
bfgstew 11 668 105 England
6 Nov 2007 4:44PM
Twas me! But will click again as it's a nice shot, nice comp and capture of the water.
juldon 14 78 England
6 Nov 2007 4:52PM
Thanks Di and Sam. Stew nice of you to pop back and comment again Smile

Thanks as well to the clickers.

User_Removed 10 172 1 United Kingdom
6 Nov 2007 5:05PM
Great image
AnneWorner 10 620 43 United States
6 Nov 2007 5:32PM
Nice shot, love the water.
rhion 14 35 United Kingdom
6 Nov 2007 8:47PM
Again, natural and so reminiscent of the type of country thereabouts.
Bob on exposure here Julie and the composition is well balanced - and with no risk to the D70!
Good one J
dathersmith 10 559 12 England
6 Nov 2007 9:29PM
As rhion says, a great natural shot. Well done.

juldon 14 78 England
7 Nov 2007 2:30PM
Thanks Mark, Ann, Richard and Darren.

A friend of mine gave me some advice on the settings on my camera and alot of my shots have improved lets hope they continue to do so Smile

BobbyHB 12 2 England
12 Nov 2007 1:04PM
Different textures and colours, with some movement thrown in. Yep, nice picture Julie. Like it.
juldon 14 78 England
12 Nov 2007 8:14PM
Ta!!! Bob Smile


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