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Another image from our trip to Glencoe at the weekend. Yes, it's that mountain again, but decided the early morning light made it worth taking a few more shots of it Smile

Many thanks for your votes and comments on my last upload. Just wish I'd realised how light it looked on here before I felt it was too late to take it down again. V2 was definitely the way I wanted it to look.

Camera:Canon EOS 40D
Recording media:RAW (digital)
Date Taken:23 Sep 2012 - 7:45 AM
Focal Length:14mm
Lens Max Aperture:f/5.0
Shutter Speed:1/20sec
Exposure Comp:0.0
Exposure Mode:Manual
Metering Mode:Multi-segment
Flash:Off, Did not fire
White Balance:Auto
Title:Buachaille Etive Mor
Username:Sue_R Sue_R
Uploaded:24 Sep 2012 - 4:58 PM
Tags:Buachaille etive mor, General, Glencoe, Highlands, Landscape / travel, Mountains, Scotland
Voters:bwlchmawr · Chant57 · charlotte · phillG · reflectionsinlight · barbarahirst · NDODS · RonnieAG · MalcolmM · Jazzyjack · rontear · AnnChown · NaturesHaven · ChrisStyles · Rock · JohnChambersPhotography · lifesnapper · sut68 · TelStar · gazlowe · Greyheron · sherlob · jeanie · gwynn56 · nanpantanman · fazzer · BlessedCheesemaker · jennialexander · Niknut · geffers7 · martin.w · Landlord · MattB1987 · Philip_H · Dors-pics · EAS · cheesey · Paul_Forgham · Skeet1Away · Buffalo_Tom · stevie · graham59 · Cliff1944 · dudler · NobbytheNobster · andy_AHG · TrevBatWCC · mickyr · wolfy · Pete · pigxuxu · Glostopcat · chris-p · BillyGoatGruff · SandraKay ·
Unique Views:96


bwlchmawr  3 England1 Constructive Critique Points
24 Sep 2012 - 4:59 PM

A memorable landscape. The mist and light are lovely.


A stunning landscape composition, captured from appears to be a great point of view. You certainly have captured the true beauty and magnificence of the gorgeous Country.

Regards Nathan


The red granite rocks make an interesting f/g and doesn't that band of cloud below the summit and the sunlight on the upper slopes make your shot just that bit different to all others?
No matter how often you go back, conditions, colours and light will always be different.


This moody mountain deserves all the attention it gets, cracking image Sue.


As Ronnie says, the band of cloud and the sunlight make this really special. Lovely shot Sue - well composed!


I agree with all of the above and then some, cracking shot well captured.



An amazing shot Sue, wonderful light and detail. I have a feeling that the trusted Trypod came out again for this one Wink

John SmileX


Ooooooo....gorgeous shot !!!......love that clingy cloud !!!!!


Wonderful sky and light on the upper slopes. I was there the previous morning but the sky was clear.
Nice to meet you both on the Friday.

dudler Critique Team 12313 forum postsdudler vcard England611 Constructive Critique Points
25 Sep 2012 - 12:12 PM

I couldn't decide whether to comment or vote on this yesterday - it did look decidedly too light, especially at the bottom.

There's still only one version visible today, but (having saved overnight and refreshed this morning) there's a distinct change.

I think I'd still prefer to see more guts in the rocks - soem really dark shades - but the overall look and delicacy, the quality of hte light, and the clouds make it well worth a vote!

25 Sep 2012 - 12:40 PM

Stunning shot Sue, very well done Smile


This is beautiful, Sue! Wonderful tones and textures in the foreground rocks which lead the eye through towards the tree, then beyond to the superb light catching the top of the mountain. A beautiful sky, too, and perfectly timed to get the cloud floating past the mountain Smile Just has to have my UA...Wink
Trev Smile


A wonderful view of this famous mountain Sue, the scenery is truly breathtaking

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