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Kyle of Durness
The Kyle of Durness again, taken in very different weather conditions than the earlier upload here. For this shot, I'm down on the water's edge near the building shown in the previous upload.
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Album name:alanuk / Scotland
File Size:999 KB
Date added:Jul 10, 2014
Dimensions:2000 x 1333 pixels
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Date Time:2014-07-05T19:39:01+01:00
DateTime Original:2014:06:10 11:15:16
DateTime digitized:2014:06:10 11:15:16
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Beermonsta  [Jul 11, 2014 at 02:47 PM]
Such a contrast between your two images Alan, This one is very atmospheric and dramatic in contrast to the tranquility of the first one, both excellent images.
The lighting in this one is excellent, picking out the distant mountains and giving good colours and reflections on the water, and giving good detail in the shadows and highlights from the foreground shoreline through to the mountain tops, with the dramatic sky ading the atmosphere, The composition is spot on with the two boats perfectly placed in the image and adding scale.
An image of real quality, well taken and edited. and with landscapes like this I can understand why you are already planning your next visit.
George  [Jul 11, 2014 at 03:09 PM]
Well how can I better Peter's eloquent and pertinent comments, spot on fore me.
It is a photograph of many contrasts that work perfectly together to produce a dramatic and atmospheric scene.
Excellent work Sir, take a Bow.
Mazda_Man  [Jul 11, 2014 at 05:02 PM]
Now here is a super shot Alan and well worthy of praise. Nicely placed horizon, boats in just the right place and the whole picture has both atmosphere and depth. Well done that man.
JOHN  [Jul 11, 2014 at 09:34 PM]
Must agree with above comments a cracking photo, love the highlights produced by the sunlight breaking through the clouds. Good thinking with the link to show where you were standing, as I don't know the area.
I think I have said it before but you certainly do have a good eye for a photo Alan.
Well seen, taken and edited, really very nice.
Photojunkie  [Jul 12, 2014 at 12:42 PM]
Wow Alan! - I love the clarity and detail of the water - and the sharp edges of the mountains behind and then those mad clouds 'looming' above! - Soo much beauty I just can't stand it (or find enough adjectives!) (lol) Fabulous!
Helen  [Jul 12, 2014 at 07:37 PM]
Gosh Alan what a comparison between the two photo's. The sky on this gives a very dramatic feeling to this shot., with just a few glimpses of blue sky, with a touch of sun coming through on to the mountains & adding a blue reflection on the water. Well taken & edited.
SteveT  [Jul 15, 2014 at 10:20 PM]
Bit late coming to this, and have to agree with all the learned comments above, well done it looks very good