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PORTREE HARBOUR

By ScottRobertson
Another from my trip to Skye last weekend. This one was taken on the road to the Cuillin Hotel looking down to Portree town.
I liked this one as it reminded me of Tobermory a little.
Feel free to comment.

Scott

Tags: Scotland Skye Portree Landscape and travel

Voters: conrad, dalischone, thorn and 7 more


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dalischone 15 295 Scotland
22 Sep 2006 3:06PM
Lovely capture Scott, really does remind me of Tobermory too, quaint little harbour, I'll need to visit.

Tracy

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22 Sep 2006 4:59PM
Thanks Tracy

Scott
ruralscotland 15 1.3k
24 Sep 2006 12:30PM
Very quiet on the Harbour Front there, an unusual sight!!

Top right building in the background is the Doctors surgery, behind that is my mothers new Hospital, just been totally done up!!

Home for me again.

Allan
24 Sep 2006 1:45PM
Thanks Allan, know the area well I see!

Scott
oppo 14 6 2 Scotland
26 Sep 2006 9:04AM
Yes they are both similar to look at with the brightly coloured buildings Scott. I like the sweeping curve of the shoreline. It makes for a good composition. It's good to see Portree basking in the sunshine. Excellent work.

Phil
26 Sep 2006 6:37PM
Thanks Phil

Scott
plutoman 15 347
1 Oct 2006 9:54AM
Hi Scott. Always a good view this, a shot Ive taken myself last year. The colourful houses always make a difference to the scene.. Two things jump out at me here once I opened it up.. It seems to be sloping a tad to the right which is easily fixable in ps and maybe the sky could be balanced out with a NDGrad filter. Im not sure if you have NDGrads but they are well worth money, they even out the exposure and keep the highlights in check.

Good effort.

Craig
1 Oct 2006 12:15PM
Thanks for the advice Craig, I'll certainly look into the NDGrad filters, I agree the sky is a bit flat etc.
Thanks again for the tips

Scott

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