Sparkling Sun light Over St.Mary's Loch,Scotland. by Aj Finan
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St Mary’s Loch, the largest natural loch in the Borders Region was created during the last ice age by two glaciers, one flowing down the Yarrow and another down the Megget Valley. Where they joined they scoured out a deep hollow which when the ice melted flooded to form the loch.

This was taken with my KODAK EASYSHARE Z1012 IS Digital Camera on a sunny spring day in 2010. Changed to b&w.

For more Lochs and rivers please visit my portfolio, thank you.

Viewed 189 times on the 24th September 2010

Feautured in Fine Art of Landscape Photography on the 9th July 2010.

Welcome to my beautiful world….
Scotland has such beautiful scenery and I try to capture those wonderful scenes along my travels. You will very often find me on the moors or soaking up the atmosphere of one of the many Lochs Scotland has to offer.
I also have a love of flowers and have a selection of fine art florals in my portfolio. Thank you for stopping by and welcome to my world….

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Comments

  • swaby
    swabyover 4 years ago

    Very beautiful, love the B&W!

  • Thanks very much, i appreciate your kind comments Swaby :)

    – Aj Finan

  • klikker
    klikkerover 4 years ago

    I agree with my friend Swaby,lol. Looks so different in mono AJ. Love the sparkle. Nick xxx

  • Thank you very mcuh :)

    – Aj Finan

  • klikker
    klikkerover 4 years ago

    Actually mcuh is spelled thus, MUCH!!! hahaha xxxx

  • yep, just seeing if you had your glasses on dear lol

    – Aj Finan

  • klikker
    klikkerover 4 years ago

    lol didnt need em for that one. I am heading out for a walk round the block. Boiling in this house. xxx

  • Ian Coyle
    Ian Coyleover 4 years ago

    Great Capture well done, did you use a star filter or was it photoshoped post production? Sorry but Im a nosey old git

  • The sun is natural, not touched. I changed it to b&w because the colour version you can really see the lens flare, but not on this one. They are there, but you need to look hard for them lol. I have lightened other areas and darken others and this may have effected the brightness or darkness, but the shape and rays is as it was on the day.

    – Aj Finan

  • sarnia2
    sarnia2over 4 years ago

    Very nice Amanda. The b& w has really brought out the whole image to make it pop.

  • Thanks Angie, i do love a mono as you will see after a while lol.

    – Aj Finan

  • moley
    moleyover 4 years ago

    Lovely Aj. I’ve seen this one before? (In that other place) I think the flare adds to the shot. Love the detail in the pebbly shore

  • Thanks so much Mr mole for your patience lol :)

    – Aj Finan

  • Martina Fagan
    Martina Faganover 4 years ago

    Gorgeous image

  • Thanks very much Tina, much appreciated :)

    – Aj Finan

  • Cat2be
    Cat2beover 4 years ago

    Congrats on your feature 4 June 2010

  • Thank you so so much for featuring my work, so honoured and appreciate it very much from Aj :)

    – Aj Finan

  • Laurie Search
    Laurie Searchover 4 years ago

    Just beautiful!!

  • Thank you so so much for your kind comment from Aj :)

    – Aj Finan

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