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Loch Leven...

By Scottishlandscapes  
...some wild flowers on the banks of the Loch, Glencoe, Scotland. I thought I'd try a new style, liked this poster style which I liked in the folio of Neil Higgins which I've been enjoying these last few weeks, we'll see what you think.

Tags: Glencoe Loch leven Landscape and travel

Voters: EddieAC, Barbaraj, jaktis and 21 more

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Barbaraj Plus
10 450 England
6 Jun 2007 6:54AM
The poster style sets the scenery off well. It could be a poster in a railway station.

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jaktis Plus
14 84 Sweden
6 Jun 2007 7:38AM
It works well and I think it is almost necessary nowadays, a great view with the foreground flowers
jaspernina Plus
10 1.0k Wales
6 Jun 2007 9:08AM
Great capture. Wonder colour & perspective.


I think it looks great!
The image is fabulous, makes me want to get in the car and get up there ASAP.

6 Jun 2007 2:42PM
Border looks great and the scene you have captured is superb, and thanks for mentioning why you decided to try that style of border Wink
kinfatric Plus
13 550 9 Scotland
6 Jun 2007 6:29PM
a lovely fresh scene Dougie, are you enjoynig your retirement then ?...silly question I know Smile

Best Regards to you,
phillips Plus
11 69 2 Scotland
6 Jun 2007 7:28PM
Think the flower balance out the clouds nicely.
Presentation style suits your subject well.
Good to pick up ideas from one's what EPz is for.
Told you you were going to have a sunny retirement didn't I!
Nigel_95 Plus
11 262 2 United Kingdom
6 Jun 2007 11:46PM
Wonderful viewpoint, scenery and sky.

brownsilent 11 7 2 United Kingdom
7 Jun 2007 8:55PM
It's marvellous. Great capture.
11 Jun 2007 1:26PM
Great scenery Douggie..this is not a pay back click, but genuine click!! ie, havn't checked your pf out for a little while now..I think I'll stick you in my favorites to check back often..I love these Scottish landcapes...cheers, Rob.

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