Bens, Glens and Burns on Christmas Day
- Evelynn (14454)
- [2006-03-10 12:18]
This is another nice shot of your trek in the Highlands, Emma. I like what you did in pp, and I like the richness the polarizer gives to the image.
- SunToucher (11162)
- [2006-03-10 12:59]
What a amazingly beautiful photo! I realy like the low POV and would love to have a Christmas luch at that spot as well. Your luch sounds actually pretty good, but thats normal for a Cheesehead (nick name for the Dutch. The colors the light are excellent, and I like what you have done on the PP work. Just enough to give it extra attention.
- fototab (2177)
- [2006-03-10 14:29]
what an amazing Christmas Day. Beautiful shot TFS
- ellis49 (2254)
- [2006-03-11 1:02]
it's a beautiful view wiht lovely colours.
Good exposure and details. I like the compostion and the deep.
Very well done.
Have a great weekend.
- pablominto (14563)
- [2006-03-11 1:54]
A beautiful scenery, very well composed!
The warm side lighting softens the winter mood, and makes the landscape look like inviting...
Lovely lines in the image, topped by a very pleasant blue sky...
- fiyo (15161)
- [2006-03-11 5:13]
Hello Emma, wonderful capture.POV,colors,sharpness and composition are excellent. Well done
- EOSF1 (23955)
- [2006-03-15 20:30]
Excellent shot Emma, it's a beautiful landscape done very nicely by you. There's so much to see in this superb composition. Perfect. Thanks.
Fantastic shot....this would be a superb desktop BG...you should start selling them as screensavers too!! :D
Beautiful crisp morning - makes you wish you were there!!
I love this one...
Oh yes - I remember this bridge :) My story is quite funny. I visited this place last weekend (encouraged by your photos). I didn't study the map - just a quick look at some important "landmarks".
I reached the place, when a small foothpath goes left (along the river) from the main road. I don't know why, but I chose the wrong (right) one. After some time I reached a place called (Clashgour) and headed further north-west. When I realized I must had taken a wrong path. I decided to go south, across few hills and crossing some nasty peat pogs. Eventually I reached the Loch Dochard area, but I was on the other side. I decided to cross the river (in the area of few waterfalls) - as it looked quite small and narrow :)
You may actually guess what happened next :) My wellingtons were really good, but the water was much deeper :) - and really cold
Thanks for sharing and for the description - it was useful, when I was planning my trip. Such a nice weather you had - congratulations.