Rannoch Moor

Rannoch Moor

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24/01/2009 - 23:32fowlup
CategoryLandscape / Travel
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GivingTree

Link Posted 25/01/2009 - 01:46
Beautiful! I like the way everything seems to be receding, like a movie special effect. I feel pulled in.
"Just put your eye to the camera and push the button-thingy."
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saltydon

Link Posted 25/01/2009 - 03:52
The quality of the light blends it all together. Very nice!
K20D, Pentax 55-300, Pentax 16-45, Tamron 90 macro.

loskeran

Link Posted 25/01/2009 - 08:44
Another nice one from you,I am not a "landscape" photographer but i know what i like.
Please let me into the secret the lens you use for the effect, I want one or is it digital?
Which ever way you do it NICE

bonnipics

Link Posted 25/01/2009 - 10:34
Another good shot of the area, could this be Loch Ba on the way up to the Buachaille regards Ron
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cedricd

Link Posted 25/01/2009 - 11:15
Well spotted and composed, one of the best landscapes iv`e seen on this site. Keep shooting.
Well done
Cedric
Enjoy life

davidtrout

Link Posted 25/01/2009 - 11:41
Beautiful light on this landscape shot. I particularly like the ice on the lochan in the foreground and the snow on the peaks of Meall a'Bhuridh and Clach Leathad. I assume this was a wide angle shot?
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Ben76

Link Posted 25/01/2009 - 16:05
Beautiful landscape! The ice in the foreground and the mountain in the background make it a great landscape photo. Well done!
Benoît

fowlup

Link Posted 26/01/2009 - 00:52
Many thanks for the comments guys,
loskeran & david, wide angle was a sigma 10-20,it rarely comes off the k20. Ron,its Lochan na h achlaise-it was on the way to the Buachaille. As for the lighting, we got there,set up and waited for the sun to come across the distant peaks, rewarding, but extremely cold.

Brgds
Jim
Last Edited by fowlup on 27/01/2009 - 03:00
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