Slapin

By Scottishlandscapes  
Loch Slapin on Skye. I was kneeling amongst the seaweed when the bike roared into the scene. 0.6 Grad

Tags: Landscape and travel


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Comments


20 Jul 2005 12:31AM
Superb composition, the sea weed works brilliantly as a lead in.

Simon.

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rhion 12 35 United Kingdom
20 Jul 2005 12:33AM
Oh! To be there now!!
Lovely and well crafted depiction of a lovely place.
Good stuff Douglas.
Richard
andytvcams 13 10.4k United Kingdom
20 Jul 2005 12:42AM
Cracking detail from front to back,

Loverly.

Andy...
20 Jul 2005 12:52AM
Thanks Guys, I havn't worked out what I did wrong with my last upload???
Dougie
IanFlindt 11 740 21 United Kingdom
20 Jul 2005 8:47AM
Excellent, Douglas. An unusual but effective angle. I was in Skye in March - how I miss Scotland.
PatrickSmith 11 1.2k 2 United States
20 Jul 2005 9:17AM
I like this angle a lot. Now I can see all of the details from front to back! Great place. The motorcycle kind of spoils the silent mood of this place, but this would work well for a motorcycle ad! So with or without it, this works.
Patrick
MikeA 11 1.3k England
21 Jul 2005 7:10AM
Great detail and composition, the way the seaweed follows the water line really draws the eye into the image.

MikeA
pfheyes 12 254 1 United Kingdom
23 Jul 2005 1:18PM
A cracking shot that deserves more attention in my opinion. I'd be tempted to clone out the biker though, but that's me! Smile

Pete
Skinz 13 94
6 Aug 2005 12:34PM
Excellent shot Dougie.

Tracey George White and I are heading up to Skye and Lochinver in October if you fancy meeting up there.

Rich
TelStar 11 116 United Kingdom
14 Aug 2005 3:09AM
Like this a lot, especially the red contour line of seaweed. It suggests the streak and movement the 'static' motorbike might make.

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