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Milarrochy bay, Loch lomond
Another from my morning up the east side of Loch lomond yesterday. This is Milarrochy which is between Balmaha and Rowardenan.
I have images with the tree in just about any position possible within the frame, but I like this one as it shows the moon going down in the distance as the sun is rising behind us.
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Album name:Beermonsta / Various
Rating (1 votes): (Details)
Editing Performed:Brightness/contrast layer, some d&b, small crop. resized and usm
File Size:859 KB
Date added:Apr 19, 2014
Dimensions:2000 x 1319 pixels
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Date Time:2014:04:18 17:16:23
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Exif Offset:164
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George  [Apr 19, 2014 at 06:50 PM]
Peter, luv it, luv it .................just LUV IT
A cracking shot, excellent work SIR a TEN from me.
JOHN  [Apr 20, 2014 at 10:26 AM]
Yes indeed a cracking shot very well done.
Just a thought Peter would you think the lower branch (RH side) and the shorter one just above it should go ??
But a pretty impressive photo I do like it.
SteveT  [Apr 21, 2014 at 12:17 AM]
Perfect composition, love the colours and the serenity of the image very well done
alanuk  [Apr 22, 2014 at 04:30 PM]
I'm so pleased that you've posted this. What a glorious sight it is and it nicely filled my 27in iMac. Just right to sit back and enjoy and let the cares of the working evaporate - well, will be when I can stop working today! I don't think the moon adds anything to the shot (feel free to disagree..) and seen at the large size it looks like there was some movement to it. What was the exposure on this, please? Still, regardless of the moon, its still a cracking image and worthy of a large poster. I bet if Colin prior had its name on this, it would readily sell.
Beermonsta  [Apr 23, 2014 at 09:07 AM]
Thanks All, I don't know why the exif info is not shown Alan, i must have saved the file differently or something, it was f14 at 1/100sec focal length 18mm, and I will have a go at removing the out of place branches as suggested by jeffrey.
Helen  [Apr 23, 2014 at 09:03 PM]
A super shot Peter, with the low pov & the silhouette of the tree & the rocks against that blue sky adding to it the calmness of the lake. Peace & tranquility comes to mind, a lovely place to sit & relax. Well taken.