Loch Tulla...

By Scottishlandscapes  
...a look behind found this burst of light amongst the trees at this well known Loch.

Tags: Landscape and travel

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Comments


JouŠo 12 56 Finland
4 Feb 2010 5:21PM
beautiful winter light in this, Dougie.........

Jouko

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SosFM 7 85 1 United Kingdom
4 Feb 2010 5:23PM
Lovely, bright, crisp image. Only thing that distracts is the shadow over the tree.
It's there for a reason. Why be distracted? It's a nice bit of contrast.
Beautiful light going on here.....
Regards
Leslie
4 Feb 2010 5:45PM
Lovely winter scene. Wonderful crisp, icy feel to this...........Sandy
DaveMead 7 23 14 United Kingdom
4 Feb 2010 5:51PM
An absolutely beautiful scene Dougie, but I can't help feeling that my eye would have travelled through it better had the branches in the centre of frame not been there. Do you carry a saw? Wink
Dave
A small pair of scissors is my only gardening tool.
RonnieAG Plus
6 153 116 Scotland
4 Feb 2010 6:17PM
Another fabulous shot of this well known loch, Dougie. Beautifully composed and with rich winter colours.
andy210966 8 4 119 Wales
4 Feb 2010 6:24PM
Very nice this Dougie! Like the use of the shadow as a lead into the image then up the tree and across the branches into the distant details - conversly to Daves comment, I think the overhanging branches work well here.

Andy
Sue_R 10 11 6 Scotland
4 Feb 2010 6:26PM
That's a lovely bit of winter sunshine you've captured there, Dougie.

Sue
woolybill1 Plus
9 22 67 United Kingdom
4 Feb 2010 7:36PM
I'm with Andy (and you) on the overhanging branches. The image opens up with the heavy shadow leading straight to the decaying ferns; then the eye wanders at a leisurely gait to the fallen wood, meanders through the frosty grass and around the ice-bound loch until finally it encounters a break in the overhead cover and emerges to the glorious glimpse of the snow cap beyond. Lovely composition.
Regards
Bill

P.S.: National weather forecasts give the impression that England ends just south of Darlington while Scotland begins in Aberdeen. In between lie Newcastle, Glasgow and Edinburgh, which are of course disembodied islands that do not get snow, only football.....
borrower 7 4 England
4 Feb 2010 7:50PM
Beautiful image
Louise
Thanks very much Ronnie,

Chees Bill.
derekhansen Plus
7 210 24 United Kingdom
4 Feb 2010 8:47PM
All works for me Dougie particularly the trees shadow.

derek
Caledonia 10 2 Scotland
4 Feb 2010 9:17PM
Beautifully captured and the light is amazing!
Marie
metro074 6 8 Australia
4 Feb 2010 9:19PM
Awesome imgae, Superb light. Nice lead into the picture from the shadow of the tree. Lovely light and tones.
Carol
Alan_Coles 10 177 11 Wales
5 Feb 2010 6:54AM
I love the colours in this and do I spy the iconic tree taking a backstage pass in this?
Beautiful image, wonderful colour & light captured

Chris
danbrann Plus
11 620 17
5 Feb 2010 8:54AM

Quote:
Bill

P.S.:
England ends just south of Darlington while Scotland begins in Aberdeen. In between lie Newcastle, Glasgow and Edinburgh, which are of course disembodied islands that do not get snow, only football.....



I'm pleased about that.
danbrann Plus
11 620 17
5 Feb 2010 8:58AM
That's what's nice about photography. Its very subjective and we all see things differently. Quite often it's the first thing we see in an image that we remember and its difficult to get that out of ones mind.
I think this is classic photography of a classic scene and in fact it was that gorgeous light that caught my eye.
jaktis 12 84 Sweden
5 Feb 2010 11:37AM
Lovely crisp colours

Peter
5 Feb 2010 12:58PM
Lovely crisp image
Camairish 10 1.4k Scotland
5 Feb 2010 3:42PM
I like the strong composition - similar to the loch Leven shot you posted a few back in approach. I like the boldness and the feeling it gives you of perhaps actually standing there at the time,

Ian.
5 Feb 2010 7:08PM
Fine winter light in this one, crisp and beautiful,
Johanna

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