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JouŠo 13 56 Finland
21 May 2005 10:10AM
Great shot!

Jouko

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geegee 13 29 England
21 May 2005 10:16AM
Superb shot Dougie. Lovely colours and good composition.
Best wishes,
George.
IanFlindt 13 740 21 United Kingdom
21 May 2005 10:18AM
Don't rub in the fact that I'm not back up there to enjoy it, Douglas! Spent a week on the Applecross Peninsula at the end of March and have been "homesick" ever since! At least I can get to see images like this to remind me of the wonders of the place. A great shot.
21 May 2005 10:18AM
Thanks George have you done all your packing???
All the best
Dougie
solkku 12 25
21 May 2005 10:21AM
Superb landscape to capture, and you've captured it superbly. You really nailed this one, bravo! Clicked.

Paavo
21 May 2005 10:24AM
Cheers Ian, sorry pal we cant send it down. By the way just jumped to your site and the shot of Applecross Sunset is a contender for the best shot on the site, not just yours. I'm going back for another look expect a flurry of e-mail's.
All the very best
Dougie
terry_cavner 12 332 United Kingdom
21 May 2005 10:24AM
excellent capture
Bluke 12 303 1 United Kingdom
21 May 2005 10:28AM
Lovely shot //////////// babs
trusth 13
21 May 2005 1:21PM
Great shot, it has everything great comp, great colours and I really like the reflection well done

Helen
GillyB Plus
12 317 8 United Kingdom
21 May 2005 2:55PM
A well composed and exposed image!
Gill
jeanie Plus
13 6.0k 6 United Kingdom
21 May 2005 4:35PM
Greetings Dougie. Another superbly composed image.
Jeanie
pfheyes 13 254 1 United Kingdom
22 May 2005 10:56AM
What you trying to do to me, Dougie. First An Teallach, now the magnificent Liathach. I so want to get back there. Smile

Beautifully composed work - you've captured the atmosphere of Torridon perfectly.

Pete
22 May 2005 11:05AM
Cheers Pete means a lot coming from you, I meant what I said about your last upload, it really is superb.
Dougie
highlander 13 32 Scotland
22 May 2005 12:12PM
Hello Dougie, we have been away all weekend with Andy Dippie on Saturday and Rod McLoed today so a lot to catch up on my friends list...lovely shot with good clarity on the trees but the grasses seem to be green on the left but turn yellow out on the right, perhaps a little over exposure but a great shot in a beautiful location. Have a good week.
Doug.
22 May 2005 12:20PM
The green is grass the yellow reeds, hence the difference.
Hope you had a fine week-end,
Dougie
julianevans 13 39 United Kingdom
23 May 2005 1:09PM
Dougie

Saw this the other day, coming back now to comment - the clarity of your landscapes really does justice to your beautiful country (though when I went to Glen Torridon Liathach was shrouded in mist!).

All the best

Julian
Falconer 12 16
23 May 2005 1:18PM
suberb tones, a great location, not far from me know - mull, click

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