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...the little burn which eventually becomes the River Etive and runs across the front of Stob Dearg, Buachaille Etive Mor.

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Tags: Landscape and travel

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glazzaro 12 70 23 United States
4 May 2006 5:00PM
Gorgeous shot, rich colors and tones and the mountain peaks stand out so well, nice camera work! Spot on! Click!!!


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arnieg Plus
12 704 England
4 May 2006 5:03PM
beautiful image good detail and interest though out the shot
4 May 2006 5:44PM
Stunning composition and colors. Great job!
jaktis Plus
13 84 Sweden
4 May 2006 6:22PM
Great composition off the beginning

daviewat 13 4.1k Scotland
4 May 2006 10:14PM
That is just a stunning scene altogether there Smile))

franken Plus
14 4.1k 4 Wales
5 May 2006 1:51AM
Stunning landscape with excellent foreground and amazing depth.

helendixon 13 30 United Kingdom
5 May 2006 2:05AM
Beautiful shot, it deserves more attention!

Truly a Stunner, Dougie!

A Wonderful Scene!

Suzan Smile
paulrankin 11 4 United Kingdom
5 May 2006 6:50AM
bet you got them office legs wet on this one
masterful composition

al the best Paul
kinfatric 12 550 9 Scotland
5 May 2006 10:05AM
nice colour and its a different aspect of this popular vista than I've seen before Dougie.
My upload of today was taken in Glen Esk at the top of Loch Lee ( just to let you know ) very easy access apart from climbing the Corbett, which a person doesn't have to do Smile
Cheers Kin I really don't know your part of the World at all. I must change that...

landandlight 11 46 Scotland
5 May 2006 2:05PM
Wonderful foreground interest here dougi
Great shot!
banehawi Plus
12 1.5k 3599 Canada
5 May 2006 3:28PM
Like how the foreground rocks seem to be pointing at the peak.

7 May 2006 3:07PM
The large version is a must for all that amazing FG detail.
It's nice to see a different composition of the Buachaille, I like how it takes second place to the boulders in the river.
Splendid image.

Tooth 12 5.8k 227 Ireland
8 May 2006 3:16AM
Lovely shot, though I mkight have cropped a tiny bit from the bottom - that's just me being picky though Wink Great stuff

wyatturp 11 2 England
8 May 2006 9:56AM
Hi Doug hope you are well, this is super love the warm light.
PatrickSmith 12 1.2k 2 United States
8 May 2006 6:50PM
You really get to all the top locations. Super job once again. It all looks well exposed and processed.
oppo 10 6 2 Scotland
12 May 2006 4:04AM
I love the way the river leads you to the Buchie (my favourite mountain). Great colours..Phil
tg 12 86 Scotland
14 May 2006 9:29AM
Cool shot. Nice to see a different angle used.

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