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Hard Going In The Snow

By Skinz  
This is an experiment - I took a shot with the sun behind the trees on purpose in an attempt to try to get the dappled light in the foreground.

The snow was really deep and powder and was extremely hard going. We were on our way up Bienn a Chruliaste, some other images from that hike are already uploaded and I think that this will be the last unless you'd like to see some more.

I have uploaded a version image - it's actually one taken from near to the summit of Beinn a Chruliaste looking out over to Meal a Bhuiridh, Criese and Rannoch Moor.

Both images were taken on 4th March 2010.

Rich

Tags: Landscape and travel Sports and action

Voters: RonnieAG, PaulLiley, marco_delvalle1 and 14 more


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RonnieAG Plus
11 154 119 Scotland
26 Mar 2010 1:00PM
Two great shots, Richard, and I particularly like V 1 with the sun behind the trees giving you a very effective lighting and high lighting the textures in the snow so well.
Ronnie.
PaulLiley 12 2 13 United Kingdom
26 Mar 2010 1:05PM
Great shots. No I want to see more. It's my kinds scene. Love it. Yes you've caught the detail in fg. Nice one. It is hard work though deep snow. Experienced that trekking to Great End in Dec. for a snow gully climb. Long day and decent with headtorches. Exhausting. Paul
marco_delvalle1 12 46 1 Philippines
26 Mar 2010 1:05PM
Great landscape, i agree w/ ronnie.
Marco
glyndwr 14 103 10 Wales
26 Mar 2010 1:22PM
Two good uploads Rich.
I like the effect you achieved in V1, shall have to remember that.
V2 exposure spot on for consistent detail.

Robert
JOKEN 12 3 10 United Kingdom
26 Mar 2010 4:24PM
Two very fine images - sun, snow and mountains. You have used all three elements to produce these fine pictures.
Ken
Dave_Holdham 12 4 1 Wales
27 Mar 2010 4:35PM
Two superb shots, great lighting and scenery
trekpete 15 3 Scotland
30 Mar 2010 5:32PM
Two great shots Rich. Love the 2nd one, got one very like it.

Peter

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