Learn How To Photograph Waterfalls With Wide-Angle Lenses
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Kim Walton 19 145 30 United Kingdom
28 Feb 2007 8:38PM
Classic shot,well taken--Not seen better.
Phil_D 16 81 Scotland
28 Feb 2007 8:41PM

What are the chances of two pics next to each other of the same location?!?!

Yours is by far the better


Buffalo_Tom Plus
16 2.3k 29 Wales
28 Feb 2007 8:41PM
Beautiful shot.
John_Horner 17 12 2 England
28 Feb 2007 8:42PM
A great image. All the things one could wish for and all brought together so wonderfully.
Hanners 17 875 10 Ireland
28 Feb 2007 8:44PM
I thought that we got a stutter on EPZ then when I looked at the same shot twice LOL

wamp 17 276 8 England
28 Feb 2007 8:52PM
Great comp, the view looks stunning - very nicely captured

Paintman 16 1.5k 180 United Kingdom
28 Feb 2007 8:53PM
Very good comp. and I like the square format. Lovely work.
rontear Plus
20 23 9 England
28 Feb 2007 9:43PM
Just like London buses you wait forever and two arrive at once! Tony it is a shame there are two images of the same mountain here. Compare we must not, both are good, reminds me of Ivors does the other one. Always a winner is the Buckle. Hope you do well tommorow in the mono comp. See you all soon Ron.
viscostatic 16 50 11 United Kingdom
28 Feb 2007 10:13PM
A much photographed landscape but beautiful and impressive nevertheless.

bfgstew 16 668 105 England
28 Feb 2007 10:54PM
Very nice indeed, super comp and presentation.
iancatch 16 4 45 England
28 Feb 2007 11:30PM
Love the multiple falls, and what a backdrop. One little point - its a shame the sky is slightly burnt out in the middle of the image!
trekpete 17 3 Scotland
28 Feb 2007 11:41PM
Very well captured Tony. Weather has gone mad this winter, saw some tress in full blossom in Paisley. It's Febuary! Just.

1 Mar 2007 5:46AM
beautiful scenery and colors. lovely composition. it's all been said. it's very nice!
Nice rendition of this well documented falls in Glencoe. I spend quite a lot of time here myself, it's a place which changes in the blink of an eye. The mountain itself affects the weather, hooking clouds and shrouding the top.

Nice work my friend, all the very best,
JouŠo 19 56 Finland
1 Mar 2007 8:08AM

nuts 16 Netherlands
1 Mar 2007 9:13AM
fantastic capture love the colors in this one
classic compo but still works gr8 grt aj
1 Mar 2007 7:17PM
Fantastic work Tony !! agree with Jouko a classy classic.
lobsterboy Plus
19 15.0k 13 United Kingdom
1 Mar 2007 9:58PM
A classic, classically done.

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