Clyde Birch...

By Scottishlandscapes  
...another totally different image from my mini visit to the Riverside Museum, the cold was bitter along the water's edge, even with several layers under my berghaus.

This is my second image with the tiny Sigma DP2Merrill, quite a change from the much larger Canons I normally use.

Tags: Scotland Photo journalism General Glasgow Clyde River clyde Landscape and travel


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Richsr Plus
9 91 223 England
8 Nov 2013 8:39AM
Looks to produce good details and colours Dougie.

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NDODS Plus
6 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
8 Nov 2013 9:01AM
I love the varying contrasts Dougie, "Superb"

Regards Nathan
8 Nov 2013 9:14AM
You can still have fun with a little'un Dougie, and that's a lovely image. I've got one of those in my garden. The Birch, that is.


Alan
paulknight 6 2 8 New Zealand
8 Nov 2013 9:22AM
Great result. You've made something beautiful out of a view that most people would not even notice. That's good photography!
8 Nov 2013 9:23AM
I am beginning to think of a smaller camers in the future
Will be interested to see how you get on with this one
capto Plus
4 4.0k 8 United Kingdom
8 Nov 2013 10:40AM
Who needs the big guns, I have just ordered a small compact. Good quality with your little 'un.Smile

ivor
mikbee 9 3 8 Scotland
8 Nov 2013 12:32PM
Yes Dougie,at our tender years it is best to travel light !!
Good shot.
And in my tender years with all these psycho neds going about,
bring back the birch is what I say !!
Mick.
woolybill1 Plus
9 22 68 United Kingdom
8 Nov 2013 12:58PM
Deliciously uncomplicated, beautiful colour. Birch trees are perhaps my favourites.
Regards
Bill
8 Nov 2013 2:18PM
Lovely detail and colour from the little guy.
RonnieAG Plus
6 153 116 Scotland
8 Nov 2013 2:39PM
It's the autumn colours that really make this one, Dougie........I doubt the greens of summer would have as much effect.
I too will be interested to see how you get on with this camera.......possibly for not dissimilar reasons I acquired the NEX-7, so much lighter to lug around. Have fun with
Are you still using your Fuji as you were getting great results from it?
R.
Ronnie the Fuji was in the bag with the Sigma.
The Fuji has a viewfinder which makes it easier to use than the Sigma but it could be that I need more practise with the camera and it's focusing system and then I'll be better placed to judge it. Watch this space my friend.
RonnieAG Plus
6 153 116 Scotland
8 Nov 2013 3:20PM
Will do.......SmileSmile.
R.
mrswoolybill Plus
9 965 1493 United Kingdom
8 Nov 2013 4:22PM
My favourite tree against an abstract background. What more could I ask?
Moira
AnneWorner 8 620 43 United States
8 Nov 2013 5:54PM
I have for the most part given up carrying large cameras - my Lumix and my Olympus EM-5 give so much more pleasure as they do not weigh on my shoulders.

Lovely graceful natural lines against a geometric background make this one stand out.

Anne
danbrann Plus
12 621 17
8 Nov 2013 7:23PM
I love the verticals of the tree against the verticals of the panels on the building. They go well together Dougie.
8 Nov 2013 10:10PM
Aye... it's autumn.
Johanna
jaktis Plus
12 84 Sweden
9 Nov 2013 6:56AM
An interesting contrast in the image

Peter

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