Buachaille Etive Mor

By Scottishlandscapes  
Second day on Glencoe the light is softer to-day and the Buachaille called me...

Tags: Landscape and travel


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sandyb Plus
12 34 United Kingdom
31 Jan 2005 11:15PM
wonderfull capture I have a friend who lives up there. definately on my wish to vitit when we go up in the spring. well caught. sandyb

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ericfaragh Plus
13 138 4 United Kingdom
31 Jan 2005 11:26PM
Beautiful landscape shot, great colours. Well done.
31 Jan 2005 11:59PM
great composition and colours
1 Feb 2005 12:28AM
beautiful, great dof and composition
1 Feb 2005 12:33AM
Great sense of distance and amazing colours - looks almost like a painting.
pfheyes Plus
12 254 1 United Kingdom
1 Feb 2005 1:03AM
Very nice indeed Douglas.

Pete
mipettin Plus
12 884 2 Scotland
1 Feb 2005 5:13AM
A little flat - like the composition - but feel a polariser plus maybe a grad would have lifted the sky and the mountain, Click, Martin
1 Feb 2005 11:58AM
Hello Dougie, there is something about not being able to pass this distinctive mountain without another shot, well thats the way I feel...good expanse of water at this location which composes the scene well and the sky has an interesting cloud mixture. Nice work.
Doug.
I was well pleased after clambering all the way over the heli-pad, It was soooo cool standing there you could just hear the sounds of cars, unfortunately and the sounds of birds calling, ,fortunately, I'l be going back for the peace.
Dougie
glazzaro Plus
12 70 23 United States
2 Feb 2005 5:53PM
Absolutely beautiful! What a scene! Spot On! Click!!!

Greg
To Martin
it felt like a soft quiet time to take this shot, the water was gurgling over the stones and the traffic was way in the background. I was trying to convey that in this shot, I may repost more dramatically for you later.
All the best
Dougie

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