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Yachts In The Rain

Yachts In The Rain by Fishnet

Love the minimalist colour on this one Anna, and the composition is great as well.

Snow Clouds

Snow Clouds by john short

Marvellous contrast between the cold white of the snow and the threatening colour of the clouds, but the blue of the sky also gives an extra lift to the overall effect.

Stac Pollaidh

Stac Pollaidh by PaulHolloway

I really like the way you've included good foreground interest with the snow on the dead heather and bracken, but then you've taken that a sasge further to use it to fill in the empty part of the loch that doesn't include the reflection. A very well thought out and composed shot!


*** by iphilipenko

Works very well indeed. Would it be better with a bite out of the apple? Well maybe that's a shot for another day!


.h. by Giedrojc

Delightfully different from all the other photos I've looked at here recently, and she just has the most marvellous expression. Great shot!

Rapids, Glen Etive, dusk

Rapids, Glen Etive, dusk by garyeason

The lit-up cloud really makes the image for me and lifts it to a different level. Tell me you had to wait hours for it and it didn't just pop up as you got out of the car? Smile

Lochan na h'Achlaise

Lochan na h'Achlaise by KMRennie

No shame at all in coming up with your own take on an iconic landscape, and this is all the better for being in b&w. Good shot and keep on shooting exactly what you want!

High Life

High Life by JohnParminter

I think the random bloke is OK in this shot and may even help in some ways, plus I don't believe his head position is purely accidental! I understand that OS are gradually replacing all their maps with new photos on the front and they are looking for photos with humans, rather than bare landscapes as before, so this might yet be a winner!

Etchings In The Sand. Baile/Quay, Berneray, Outer Hebrides.

Etchings In The Sand. Baile/Quay, Berneray, Outer Hebrides. by thackras

Always a hard call to get the balance right between beach, sea and sky in this type of shot, but I reckon you've done pretty well here.

Clearing Clouds over Loch Linnhe    2

Clearing Clouds over Loch Linnhe 2 by phil99

Leaving Fort William to go to Tuscany and you can bring yourself to say "unfortunately"? It's a fine shot that really captures the scene at its best and the clouds are what give it the drama that it maybe needed. There's also a clarity in the air that is quite unusual for that time of year, so well done for capturing that as well.

Pulling Hard

Pulling Hard by martin.w

Works well Martin, and I'm guessing that the smoke blanks out a fairly dull sky anyway, so that's a positive as well. The signal on the left I'm not so sure of as it is the lightest item in the photo and tends to draw the eye, but then you could try another version of the photo with the signal cropped out and see how that works?

Homeward Bound

Homeward Bound by islandt

Absolutely evocative and I can just imagine the guy and dog heading into the house for awelcome seat in front of the fire. Well captured!

Storm on the Tyne

Storm on the Tyne by john short

I'm frozen just looking at it. Kudos for being out and about in that weather , but the shot is worth it!

over the sea to Skye

over the sea to Skye by luckybry

What TeeCee said. I don't think you're being fair on yourself as the bridge is the only shot that will show in the Gallery and I don't think it's your best one here, but maybe post separately next time?

lone bait man

lone bait man by ATHERTON

Great colours and great use of the footsteps leading into the shot from the bottom left corner.

Hayley noir

Hayley noir by kitsch

Excellent pose and lighting, plus a really great thoughtful expression that relaxes her face muscles as well. Her skin is perhaps a bit too smoothed out for me, but that's a very personal thing. What that does is to make the wrinkles on her garment more importants in giving an interesting 3D effect with the multiple shadows that give a little bit more texture and depth to the photo. Great shot!

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Added Date: 05/04/2007 - 12:00 AM

Assynt is an area I know well, but not from high up! Thanks for a new viewpoint so excellently presented. (and the others are great too!)