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tg 13 86 Scotland
11 Apr 2005 2:35AM
Nice shot, stunning location.

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keithh Plus
14 25.4k 33 Wallis And Futuna
11 Apr 2005 2:44AM
Not much to choose between them, Douglas...I liked the first and this too in equal measure.
deltafour 13 13
11 Apr 2005 2:55AM
Beautiful shot.
andytvcams 15 10.4k 1 United Kingdom
11 Apr 2005 3:09AM
Just as stunning i like them both,

Well worth the climb for a view like this.

Westers 13 3.9k 1 Burkina Faso
11 Apr 2005 3:16AM
Beautiful - that's all there is to say.
ian.daisley 13 96 6 England
11 Apr 2005 3:41AM
Just looked at the previous one. I'd say this is the better of the two. A lovely picture with plenty of interest.
Regards, Ian.
AngieLatham 13 790 2 United Kingdom
11 Apr 2005 4:11AM
breathtaking scenery Douglass,well captured.
MikeH 13 217 4 United Kingdom
11 Apr 2005 4:34AM
Great shot, was this from the hill above the visitor centre, ? I took some summer shots from there years ago and if you turn the other way you get some nice views of the Harry Potter Viaduct!!
daviewat 14 4.1k Scotland
11 Apr 2005 4:36AM
Wonderful capture of a place I love, the smoke coming out of the woods adds an interest to the image in a strange way.

terry_cavner 13 332 United Kingdom
11 Apr 2005 4:37AM
Oh Yeah....what a cracking shot
jon gibbs 14 147 2
11 Apr 2005 8:40AM
Lovely shot of a lovely place.
kinfatric 13 550 9 Scotland
11 Apr 2005 8:59AM
Beautiful Dougie I was there not so long ago myself.
jeanie Plus
14 6.0k 6 United Kingdom
11 Apr 2005 2:23PM
Much stronger tones on this version Dougie. I prefer this one out of the two. Well enhanced.
gemeit 13 78 Scotland
12 Apr 2005 1:02AM
Lovely shot stunning view
highlander 14 32 Scotland
12 Apr 2005 5:04AM
Hello Dougie, my word you have been a busy man, are you sure though that you are not working for Sky television, with all those repeats, have to tell us what your secret is prompting this repost, says the old amateur enthusiast to the professional photographer, tee hee hee... Have a good week, I am looking forward to a day with Jean Luc and his wife Annick (Pp's) so see if you can fix the weather my friend. Speak to you later.
MikeA 13 1.3k England
12 Apr 2005 7:57AM
The large image shows plenty of detail and the tones are great.

SueTurner 13 81 3 England
12 Apr 2005 2:12PM
A stunning shot in every way - Sue
13 Apr 2005 12:33PM
Well Highlander

I always loved the darkroom and the mystery of what you could work there, little secrets like rubbing the emulsion of a print to help the development process. Breathing on the print and lots more that I couln't mention here which involve secret methods known as "trade secrets".
Nowadays when people use the Digital darkroom they are hectored as not true photographers, but we all did the same things in the good old days, when whisky was 12/6d a bottle, a pint of beer was 1/9d a camera costed 30 and of course you were lucky if you got paid 5 a week.

All the best

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