Views: 163 (39 Unique) 
Vote 34
Award Shortlist   

Take your photography to the next level and beyond...

  • NEWS

Why not join for free today?

Join for Free

Your total photography experience starts here

PortraitPro 17 SITEWIDE 50% off sale + EXTRA 15% OFF code EPZR18


ericfaragh 14 149 4 United Kingdom
6 Feb 2005 12:08PM
Nice use of the path, the mist and the peeping peak.

Join ePHOTOzine for free and remove these adverts.

markthompson 14 13 United Kingdom
6 Feb 2005 12:17PM
Stunning image, well captured.
dalischone 13 295 Scotland
6 Feb 2005 12:20PM
Fantastic shot, love the snow covered peaks peaking through the mist, beautiful.

den2il 14 203 England
6 Feb 2005 12:26PM
Yes I agree, a stunning photograph Douglas. Lovely composition indeed.

fletchphoto 16 97 1 England
6 Feb 2005 12:35PM
Me too! I like the lead-ins with the road and gully.

cassielang 13 1
6 Feb 2005 12:41PM
beautiful shot, well done
d_miller 13 36
6 Feb 2005 1:21PM
Lovely - I used to drive past this hill on my way to the mountains but it never looked like this. Fantastic. David
IanFlindt 13 740 21 United Kingdom
6 Feb 2005 1:34PM
Exceptional, Douglas. An image of awe-inspiring quality.
dougv 14 8.4k 3 England
6 Feb 2005 2:14PM
The peak rising above the mist really makes this picture.
The larger version is stunning.
Very well done.

bassan 15 9
6 Feb 2005 2:18PM
good shot
solkku 13 25
6 Feb 2005 3:11PM
One word; beatutiful! Where is Tyndrum?
rogerbryan 13 397 United Kingdom
6 Feb 2005 4:25PM
Great image of a great location
Well done

gwyn h 14 432
7 Feb 2005 12:49AM
Lovely use of the track Doug, beaut of a shot indeed.

riprap007 13 1.6k 37 England
7 Feb 2005 1:25AM
stunning capture
Paul_Barr 13 544 Scotland
7 Feb 2005 5:37AM
Like the way that the mist appears to sweep up the slope and merge with the clouds.

That sure is a handy wee lay-by Dougie. Great view.

Thanks to all the track is not of my doing but it is there to be used when a scene like this unfolds. I could'nt believe it as I crested the rise to see all that mist and a wee bit of the those from further afield Tyndrum is the gateway to the western highlands from Central Scotland, it sits in the fork in the road, left to Oban and right to Bridge of Orchy and Glencoe. Guess which fork I prefer???
All the best
Clarence 13 136 United Kingdom
10 Feb 2005 12:52PM
From someone who works in an office for 12 hours a day...well you make me want to resign! another fantastic shot!
tartanlady 14 58 Scotland
11 Feb 2005 12:39AM
Nice shot Dougie, I like the low lying mist and the Ben peeping out above it. You were there at the right time to catch this shot.
Well done.
12 Feb 2005 10:23PM
For Clarence, it may help you to know that I work a 10 hour day mostly. It makes trips to places like this so much more valuable when they come round. I'm off to the Glen this morning with some snow and ice around but sun promised.
All the best
glazzaro 13 70 23 United States
12 Feb 2005 10:47PM
Well done! Spot On! Click!!!

12 Feb 2005 11:25PM
Thanks for the Rc my friend
All the best
13 Feb 2005 5:25AM
Beinn Dorain must be the home of misty phenomena, you have caught one splendidly here.
Caledonia 11 2 Scotland
17 Jun 2009 10:00PM
It's a WOW from me!
brownsilent 11 7 2 United Kingdom
30 Nov 2009 7:32AM
Such a lovely image - it went straight to my favourite images!

Sign In

You must be a member to leave a comment.

ePHOTOzine, the web's friendliest photography community.

Join For Free

Upload photos, chat with photographers, win prizes and much more.