Solitude...

By Scottishlandscapes  
...another monochrome conversion from my day on the Moor with the rain showers.


***large is good***

Tags: Black and white Landscape and travel


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Comments


gemeit 12 78 Scotland
15 Aug 2007 6:52AM
Works well in B&W has a real feeling of isolation

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phillips 10 69 2 Scotland
15 Aug 2007 7:25AM
Great wee rear in the clouds.
You didn't get that without waiting for the right moment.

Guy
Phil_Restan 10 280 9 Scotland
15 Aug 2007 8:03AM
Good morning Dougie, you named that well. It does work very well in b&w. Good coversion. The weather looks like that here today even without the conversion.

Phil
User_Removed 12 524 England
15 Aug 2007 8:43AM
Perfectly balanced composition and very well suited to mono.
MalcolmM Plus
11 526 5 Scotland
15 Aug 2007 9:07AM
Very fine mono- typical Scottish summer weather. Should be getting more interest.
15 Aug 2007 9:33AM
Superb mono Dougie, emphasizes the feel of solitude here.
Johanna
danbrann Plus
12 621 17
15 Aug 2007 9:40AM
An absolute cracker Dougie but weren't you lucky to get that cottage on the thirds.....Some people have all the luck. Despite the weather I think you had a good day.
Danny
15 Aug 2007 9:51AM
Just beautiful mono work. Superb composition.

Noe
pmorgan 9 217 13 England
15 Aug 2007 10:18AM
Composed to perfection!

Rgds
Paul
glenalva Plus
10 338 United Kingdom
15 Aug 2007 1:54PM
Terrific mood and drama........wonderful sense of scale too.

Al
kinfatric 12 550 9 Scotland
15 Aug 2007 8:34PM
this is very majestic Dougie, entirely fascinating light
Thanks Kin, I really love this one I'll be working on this for a large image for my wall of walls.
:Grin
Camairish 10 1.4k Scotland
17 Aug 2007 2:05PM
Fantastic shot - a definite wall-hanger, perfect positioning of the cottage so that the landscape/weather remains the predominant interest.

Ian.

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