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Clachtoll Sky

By SosFM
This image was taken over looking Clachtoll from the ruined church at Stoer. It was a beautiful summers evening and I had gone up there to capture the view. The clouds however were an added bonus. I had to clamber over the church wall to get this shot and tiptoe through all the sheep droppings but it was worth it.

Tags: Scotland Sea Coast Highlands Stoer Assynt Clachtoll Landscape and travel

Voters: Angi_Wallace, martin.w, NeilWigan and 11 more


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martin.w 14 448 22 United Kingdom
21 Sep 2010 11:48PM
The scene is fabulous and along with the light gets my vote. The sky looks a bit odd though...as if it is two (or more) separate exposures. As an example top right there are two very similar dark lines in the cloud...as though it has moved during the exposure Wink

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NeilWigan Plus
6 13 15 England
21 Sep 2010 11:49PM
lovely view well shot
22 Sep 2010 12:24AM
Excellent landscape.
Rob
artcubis 9 6 United States
22 Sep 2010 3:36AM
I love the movemnet of the sky and the depth of endless vista.
Looks like a magical place.
SosFM 7 85 1 United Kingdom
23 Sep 2010 4:47PM

Quote:The scene is fabulous and along with the light gets my vote. The sky looks a bit odd though...as if it is two (or more) separate exposures. As an example top right there are two very similar dark lines in the cloud...as though it has moved during the exposure


Martin, no this was just one exposure with ND filters on. Cant remember what the exposure was and not in a position to check at the moment but there was just a bit of levels work went into it and that was about it for the sky. Thanks for the vote.

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