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Morning Mist

By michaelcombe  
On the A82 up towards Glencoe there's a layby / viewing point on the left which gives some fantastic views across the glen.

I did get some strange looks when I pitched up with my tripod and filters!

For once I didn't use the 17-40L wide angle, I hired a 70-200L for a few days.

Tags: Scotland Morning Glencoe Mountain Trees Woods Highlands Mist Forrest Landscape and travel A82 Layby Burger van

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tashi 10 2
28 Oct 2010 10:43AM
Great view. Excellent composition and capture. Well done.
Skinz 17 94
28 Oct 2010 10:51AM
Excellent use of the 70-200. I hired one a few weeks ago from LensesForHire and discovered just how good it is!

The colour and composition is excellent - oh, and I've had the same funny looks at the same location. Was the bagpiper there?

Rich
RonnieAG Plus
11 154 119 Scotland
28 Oct 2010 12:07PM
Excellent shot on a frosty day looking over L. Tulla towards the Bridge of Orchy area. It is a superb viewpoint and never fails to impress no matter the conditions. The frost, low cloud and sunlight catching on the mountain tops all add up to give a marvellous shot.
Ronnie.
28 Oct 2010 1:17PM
The choice of lens here is very good, the normal view from here tends to be too wide, where your lens pulls the mountains in behind loch Tulla and makes a good image of it. You can get a good shot from a viewpoint and we shouldn't be too sniffy about using them.

Dougie
cassiecat 12 39 46 England
28 Oct 2010 7:42PM
a pretty scene.lesley
Campbell 12 1 Scotland
29 Oct 2010 10:20AM
Nice image well captured.
Peter

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