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The view to march wood in a torrential downpour one August evening at St Mary’s Loch in the lovely scottish borders. The orange mark known simply as ‘L’ and used for the sailing clubs weekly dinghy races has never looked cleaner…

The southern upland way a longdistance walk from coast to coast across scotland follows the shoreline to Tibbies Shiels Inn at the end of the 2 mile long loch…

Thanks so much for looking
cheers
:)))

Nikon D60
Nikkor VR 18-200
UV filter
f/5.6
1/100sec
ISO-400
exp -0.3
200mm

Hi! I’m lucky enough to live in the beautiful Scottish Borders and love trying to capture a moment to savour…
Thanks so much for looking
Cheers
Maggie
:)))

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Comments

  • Starz
    Starzover 5 years ago

    very cool shot

  • Agnes McGuinness
    Agnes McGuinnessover 5 years ago

    Great capture of the mist and rain, Maggie. And that bit of red really makes the picture. Love it! Agnes xx

  • Elizabeth Bravo
    Elizabeth Bravoover 5 years ago

    Love this shot and it looks soooooooo cool with that red balloon or is it a red bubble? lol…..really great capture!!

  • Lol thanks elizabeth…laughing here.. hadnt thought til you just said that…teehee… :))) Was so amazed to see the colour popping like this…

    :))

    – dinghysailor1

  • JanT
    JanTover 5 years ago

    Good eye, Maggie! I love this shot. Many possible stories one could dream up about this almost other-worldly view. Beautifully composed, too.

  • Tom Gomez
    Tom Gomezover 5 years ago

    Love the composition Maggie, that red just pops out of the page …

  • PhotogeniquE IPA
    PhotogeniquE IPAover 5 years ago

    very atmospheric and great SC

  • hi dave.. thanks .. yes it had an atmosphere all of its own last night .. felt like really extreme weather and so glad we werent caught out on the water.. had been planning a sunset sail too.. LOL

    Thanks for the compliment but havent tweaked the colour.. pure luck!

    – dinghysailor1

  • Robin Brown
    Robin Brownover 5 years ago

    Ah Tibbie she was a character indeed. Sir Walter Scott & Rabbie Burns were regular visitors if I’m not mistaken. I could be mistaken but I’m reasonably sure I’m correct. If you go into the Tibbie Shiels Inn you can see a photograph of the Grey Mares Tail when it froze up in the 1980’s.
    Oh by the way Dinghy, cracking shot!! Looks like a selective colouring shot but I know its not. Its another ‘Untouched’ I can tell!! XX

  • thanks robin you’re the Oracle !! on all things! including no sc.. rather an impromptu one provided by mother nature…
    cheers
    :))

    – dinghysailor1

  • Barbara Manis
    Barbara Manisover 5 years ago

    Great shot, Maggie! Love the composition!

  • Caterpillar
    Caterpillarover 5 years ago

    Great work Maggie!!!

  • Robin Brown
    Robin Brownover 5 years ago

    :0) xx

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