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The Cuillin

By pfheyes  
If you looked at my previous upload, you will already be familiar with my gripes, moans and whinges about not getting the image I wanted, planning to take shots from the Cuillin ridge but the weather was pants etc. etc.

So here's another consolation image. It's not big, it's not clever, but I'm still happy I took it. Especially as the midge squadrons hadn't quite mustered a full attack at this stage. Smile

All comments and critique welcome. Thanks for looking.

Cheers,

Pete

Tags: Landscape and travel

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jdenman 12 19 5 Spain
12 Aug 2008 8:49PM
Cracking image, looks fantastic large. Great work.
John

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landandlight 14 46 Scotland
12 Aug 2008 8:51PM
nice composition and a fine expoure, I would have liked to see a bit of light in the fore ground tho.
GBYORKE 12 Scotland
12 Aug 2008 9:03PM
Great shot,weather looks fine,and those skye midges are the worst.Gary.
12 Aug 2008 9:04PM
In a word - Beautiful !

Birdyian
Dennis_Bromage 12 45 20 United Kingdom
12 Aug 2008 9:05PM
Nice simple, straight forward, natural looking image. Very nice

Den
MNPHOTO 12 1 United Kingdom
12 Aug 2008 10:18PM
lovely
daco297 16 United Kingdom
13 Aug 2008 12:40AM
Great image Pete...and you deserve a medal for braving the midges thereSmile
13 Aug 2008 6:21AM
Nice image from here Pete, you were lucky with the midges, this is a favourite spot for them around the pond here, been eaten alive a couple of times here and my skin is crawling just thinking about them.

Dougie
jaktis 16 84 Sweden
13 Aug 2008 7:55AM
A great dappled light on the mountain

Peter
pfheyes 16 254 1 United Kingdom
13 Aug 2008 8:22AM
Thanks all.

Hi Dougie - I got the full midgie attack by the river. I was glad to have the net over my head, but my top did not have elasticated sleeves. The little b*****ds crawled up my arms and got me there. :-(

Hi Craig - I agree with you about the foreground light. This is as good as the light got, sadly, before the clouds and rain came in ... again. Wink

Pete
m3lem 14 England
15 Aug 2008 11:55AM
A very very nice shot indeed, like the reflection, foregound is lovely too.
Andrea x
pfheyes 16 254 1 United Kingdom
17 Aug 2008 9:25PM
Thanks Andrea Smile

Pete
BillyGoatGruff 13 191 199 England
18 Aug 2008 8:51AM
This is even better than your last one, imo.
Very well composed, indeed especially with the midge problem!
(I know how irritating they can be: over 120 separate bites in my first two days in Scotland two years ago - ouch!)
All the best, and very glad to see you uploading again!
Bill
pfheyes 16 254 1 United Kingdom
18 Aug 2008 10:12AM
Thanks very much Bill, much appreciated. Smile

Pete
CathyI 15 344 3 United Kingdom
16 Sep 2008 12:08PM
This has a different mood to your last upload - much calmer - and provides a good contrast to it. The foreground rocks echoing the mountains make me think of the phrase "from little acorns do mighty oaks grow" (or whatever the proper version is!) although as the smaller rocks are formed by erosion, perhaps that should be the other way around! Wink

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