Bass Rock


Photo Information
Following the Croft Nostalgia Weekend, I headed up to Scotland on family matters and then ambled back south via North Berwick, WWT Washington and other photogenic locations. Well-known gannet colony Bass Rock was bathed in extraordinary light when Mrs A and I paused in North Berwick. Taken with K-3 and Tamron 70-200 f2.8.
13/08/2015 - 19:48simonarron
CategoryLandscape / Travel
Shutter Speed1/4000
Aperturef/7.1
LensN/A
ISO400
Focal Length70mm
Views/Likes45/2

GIULIO57

Link Posted 13/08/2015 - 19:52
Beautiful colour contrast
PPG

bwlchmawr

Link Posted 14/08/2015 - 07:59
I'll probably never need to buy another lens, but if I came into a legacy that Tamron would be at the top of my list. A lovely and unusual seascape.
Best wishes,

Andrew

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fritzthedog

Link Posted 14/08/2015 - 17:49
Amazing light Simon.

I have only been there once - 2 years ago and was blessed with a double rainbow arching from the land to the rock - needless to say I had the 10-20 on the camera when it needed the 70-200 and made a total hash of it

Carl
No matter how many lenses I have owned - I have always needed just one more

davidtrout

Link Posted 17/08/2015 - 08:23
I've never seen Bass Rock looking like this before, I always saw it as a huge, impressive black rock sticking out of the Firth of Forth. The sunlight on the bird poo has turned it white here and what an eye catching photo it makes.
David
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