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It's stopped raining

By Sabreur
The title refers to the Saturday bus trip on the recent meet - it had been raining all morning, so we headed for the Clachaig Inn where the staff were persuaded to open early to sell us hot drinks.

After a while, the rain stopped and many of us headed out to the river nearby.

Originally taken at 0.5s f14 with a 2-stop ND grad, this is a composite of two different images processed from the same raw file to avoid burning out details or putting too much grad on the mountains.

Tags: Highlands Landscape and travel Clachaig Rowardennannov07

Voters: conrad, graeme34, daviewat and 27 more

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conrad Plus
13 10.9k 116
16 Nov 2007 4:29PM
Combination of the two files has worked well, by the looks of it, Robert!

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16 Nov 2007 4:33PM
Detail and tones look superb

robway Plus
13 318 Wales
16 Nov 2007 5:05PM
You have captured the beauty and the ruggedness of the scene.
16 Nov 2007 5:47PM
lovely image,great movemnt brilliant textures and colours
MrsS Plus
11 4.5k 18 England
16 Nov 2007 6:16PM
It might have stopped raining, but it still looks bl@@dy windy! Wink

Well captured Robert Smile

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colin Plus
13 697 5 Scotland
16 Nov 2007 6:39PM
Certainly has that bleak feel to it, Robert. Nice work.
glyndwr Plus
10 66 10 Wales
16 Nov 2007 7:56PM
Very nice image.

RoddBC Plus
11 40 United States
16 Nov 2007 9:14PM
Nice work Robert!

webjam Plus
13 292 11 Netherlands
17 Nov 2007 2:58PM
Great shot - see some small waterfalls in the background as well. Really capured the feel of roughness (or is it ruggedness?) there!
martin.w Plus
15 503 22 United Kingdom
17 Nov 2007 9:25PM
The foreground grass is so sharp I can almost reach out to touch it in the large version. Like the atmosphere to this and overall well composed.

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