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27 May 2013 11:49AM
the highest Loch in the land and it is said to be iced or frozen 7 months of the year a fine capture here Rod that wee touch of blue just sets it all off bet ye were glad to get to the bothy


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Hermanus 4 4 South Africa
27 May 2013 11:52AM
A lovely place Rod !! I would not like to sleep there - it looks freezing there SmileGrinGrin
johnke 3 223 15
27 May 2013 11:53AM
Wow Rod what an amazing View, bet you were happy to get warm, this does look cold, love the clouds...John
27 May 2013 12:17PM
Cleverly deceptive, but Ferguson's political leanings tell us to look to the left half of the image. Follow the lead in, a tortuous, hard & cold meander through life, towards the breasts, over the abdomen, & on towards the place of his conception. This is clearly more than just a happy snap, this is the story of a man's search for the warmth of his past.

M. Bragg.
almiles 7 38 102 United Kingdom
27 May 2013 12:43PM
Great spot to be in, the snow to the left makes a great lead in and the fact that some has melted means the area of the loch is well defined. I wonder if the image needs brightening a bit; the sky is very dark and the snow a bit grey overally. Brightening with curves or levels would likely burn out the sunlit patches of snow but as there is little detail in them anyway it shouldn't matter but it will give the image more impact overall, I might crop the uppermost sky too and therefore focus attention more on the ground and that splendid dappled light. The other option would be to go mono and push the contrast which could give a very punchy image. Huge kudos to you for overnighting and shooting in these 'wintery' spring conditions. Smile
ErictheViking 3 124 102 Scotland
27 May 2013 1:00PM
Rod a love this fotae, gled tae see yae picked a shutter spped fast enough to stop blurr fae shiverin WinkWinkWink

A think this wid work grand as a B+W so hop eyae dae mind me making a quick example tae show yae fit a meen.

B+W fotae

Let us ken fit yae think an if the link disnae work send yer email address and all email a copy tae ye.

franken Plus
14 4.0k 4 Wales
27 May 2013 1:10PM
Impressive landscape here Rod.

Mrsbass 3 2 1 United Kingdom
27 May 2013 1:13PM
Super landscape.
widtink 4 406 2 Scotland
27 May 2013 1:22PM
Cheers everyone , thanks for the tips Al i will try a few things Smile
Cheers Eric i will PM ya Smile
Si , ma parents were fae Glasgow , they wurnae the outdoor types so i wisnae conceived nae where near here lol . Sorry Melvyn your talkin metaphors eh.
mrswoolybill Plus
9 986 1500 United Kingdom
27 May 2013 1:25PM

Quote:This is clearly more than just a happy snap, this is the story of a man's search for the warmth of his past.

And there was me thinking that if your pal wanted ready-frozen fish he might as well buy Bird's Eye...
27 May 2013 2:39PM
Erik's b&w looks good....but no better than your original. ...And Almiles needs to calibrate his monitor. Either that or I need to calibrate mine. Anyway, looks fine to me, with the whites tonally on the warm side of neutral, turning more creamy in the foreground.

Anyway, I think this is one of your best. Muckle braw, in fact.
Looking forward to what else you're going to show from that trip. Good stuff.


P.S. I see Si's been at the birthday bottle Grin
widtink 4 406 2 Scotland
27 May 2013 2:48PM
Cheers Alan , i have mucked about with a B/W version and a brightened colour version . Yeah they are creamy i think thats just the underlying ground giving that hue as the snow melts. Well thats my story lol Grin
nonur Plus
7 17 11 Turkey
27 May 2013 2:59PM
I like the place covered with snow and the thawing ice on the loch and the clouds. I also like the B&W version created, even if it doesn't perhaps reflect the real colour of the snow.
ColleenA Plus
4 319 4 Australia
27 May 2013 3:31PM
I am exhausted from reading all the comments above, but I find the image appealing, great captureGrinGrin
Nigeve1 Plus
3 1.4k 101 United Kingdom
27 May 2013 3:45PM
Another excellent landscape capture, Rod. Good exposure control.
widtink 4 406 2 Scotland
27 May 2013 4:38PM
All the comments are great Colleen , iam learning all the time Smile Its all good stuff Wink
Nikonuser1 Plus
4 96 14 United Kingdom
27 May 2013 5:26PM
A great landscape imag Rod, well capturedSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmile

morpheus1955 9 3 2 United Kingdom
27 May 2013 8:14PM
Superb landscape, excellent composition, beautifully captured

Lillian Plus
7 22 17 United Kingdom
27 May 2013 9:48PM
Great scene there Rod,
but all that snow in May!! wow
it has been a shocker this spring!
A great shot
iancrowson 6 211 142 United Kingdom
28 May 2013 12:30PM
Great scene, exactly why I loved Scotland so much during 20 years of as a southern intruder!
Irishkate Plus
6 38 100 United Kingdom
23 Jun 2013 12:39AM
A stunning landscape Roddy - once again attracted to the image for the lovely tones.
marktc Plus
6 86 14 United Kingdom
24 Jun 2013 10:55PM
Blooming marvellous!

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