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Loch Etive

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Paul N

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This is the Head of Loch Etive, such a beautiful place to visit. ;)
 

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Stunning...

Got to go there...

For those with Google Earth..

56°28'6.34"N
5°10'22.42"W
 

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Fantastic Dash.

Great composition great exposure.

I bet that looks superb - Big print on the wall
 

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Stemmy said:
Fantastic Dash.

Great composition great exposure.

I bet that looks superb - Big print on the wall
right in the middle of the wall,
 

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nicely composed and a good use of cropping (something that isn't appearing too much on the forum!)
 
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hmmm not sure about the cropping actually..

I feel there's not enough sky...

Just my point of view...
 

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Wow, a beautiful scene.
 

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StagePhotography.co.uk said:
hmmm not sure about the cropping actually..

I feel there's not enough sky...

Just my point of view...
Agree George that central mountain is far too close to the edge of the frame.
Other than that it's a good shot.
Think I'll put this on my list of places to visit when I'm up north in May.
 

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tonymidd said:
Agree George that central mountain is far too close to the edge of the frame.
Other than that it's a good shot.
Think I'll put this on my list of places to visit when I'm up north in May.
Was totally happy with the image at first. I thought all was well balanced with the weight of the foreground rock. Now you guys have swayed me. Yes, I too think it might have been better with a touch more sky above the montains. To be honest though, I think it is excellent either way.

Glen Etive is now back on my list too ;) Thanks Dash.
 

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stunning!!!!!!!!
 

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Great shot tho I do agree about the lack of sky.. Where in Scotland is it? Never been.. Definitely must go..
 

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Tim said:
Great shot tho I do agree about the lack of sky.. Where in Scotland is it? Never been.. Definitely must go..
Tim head towards Glen Coe,past the more or less redundent ski centre and turn left down Gel Etive which is sign posted, the road goes on for approx 6 miles, you could spend a week in the Glen alone taking photos, at the end of the Glen is the loch, the road is a deadend, weather permitting you will get some great shots, the Loch also face West ideal for sunsets, but be aware in summer our nights are longer than those down south.
 
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