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Little Loch of Serenity

By RobboB  
Another one, sorry, from Rannoch Moor, but quite pleased with this in terms of the effect that the Big Stopper has had. I noticed last week (and had feedback) that one of my pictures was overly blue and this, after some investigation, was down to the effect that the Lee filter had on the white balance. This is adjusted in this shot, where the blues are what were there so to speak. This is all new to me as white balance is something I tend to steer clear of but I'm learning all the time! Anyway, this image conveys the mood that the place had on me when I was there for a couple of hours and completely lost track of time.

Cheers all

Tags: Scotland Big stopper Rannoch moor Landscape and travel Lochan na aachlaise

Voters: NobbytheNobster, Photomag, TONKSPHOTO and 43 more

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TONKSPHOTO 12 2 United Kingdom
26 Apr 2011 4:41PM
franken Plus
19 5.5k 4 United Kingdom
26 Apr 2011 8:34PM

helenlinda Plus
15 374 22 United Kingdom
26 Apr 2011 9:50PM
Gorgeous result Rob
27 Apr 2011 7:22AM
Wow, looks like somewhere you could stay all day and get different light effects, like it
Alan_Coles 16 178 11 Wales
27 Apr 2011 9:47AM
Cracking steel blues and the big stopper has worked well.

Its a wonderful location and when I passed through there on route to skye stopped to take some shots and got chatting to a guy who had more or less spent 6 weeks on the moor - dedication or what!
JackieB 12 18 3 United Kingdom
27 Apr 2011 10:23AM
You have given it a feeling of tranquility, beautiful. Well done
Richsr 15 91 223 England
27 Apr 2011 12:53PM
Like the long exposure effect in this one Rob, some good light on the hill to make a fine capture from this location.
Regards Richard
waineswitch 15 88 United Kingdom
6 May 2011 3:31PM
Love the colours
alfibi 13 United Kingdom
13 May 2011 7:26AM
Rob, I've looked at this a few times and love the richness of the picture as a whole

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