Glentress, Near Peebles, Scottish Borders, Temperature Inversion, 2005 by Iain MacLean

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Glentress, Near Peebles, Scottish Borders, Temperature Inversion, 2005 by 

Olympus E1. Taken from Glentress looking towards the nearest town which is Peebles. hidden in the mist. ISO 200. 1/160 Secs at f22. Focal length 20mm.


tweed valley, mist, fog, sunlight, olympus e1, scottish borders, landscape, scotland, weather effects, glentress

Self Taught Amateur Landscape photographer, Outdoor Enthusiast/Hill Walker, Civil Engineer. Love film and digital, both still have their place.

Given my first camera by my father in 1977 when I started High School- an old Yashica Rangefinder-I wish I still had it.

Dabbled a bit in photography whllst at University, but took it up more seriously in 2005 when I picked up my first digital camera. Can only afford to shoot film if I process it myself.

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    ANNABEL S. A...about 2 years ago

    amazing capture, beautiful country

  • Sue Knowles
    Sue Knowlesabout 2 years ago

    This is a great moody shot Iain.

  • David Lewins
    David Lewinsabout 2 years ago

    Always wonderful to be witness to this type of scene, good use of the branch to echo the angle of the land and frame the scene.

  • redown
    redownalmost 2 years ago

    Great capture and well framed by the branch. Welcome to Redbubble – Rachel

  • IndiaPU
    IndiaPUalmost 2 years ago
  • jchanders
    jchandersalmost 2 years ago

    Wow! Great view. My sure fave!

  • Thanks for the nice comment.

    – Iain MacLean

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