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Looking towards Glen Ling, Highlands, Scotland.
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a stunner congrats Ken
Glad you think so Philip, thank you.
Better than good my friend, dreaming work!
What a wonderful thing to say Denis, I’m flattered.
Omg. Completely phenomenal. The tiny little cottage looks so small and timid standing in front of that towering beastie of a mountain. This is such an awesome picture – from colours to composition, there’s so much in this picture to love!
An OMG now I am flattered! Further along the Glen from the previous one.
Wow, what a view! An amazing shot! The perspective is incredible!
I’m glad you like it Joanne, thank you.
You sure do know how to make a place look absolutely fabulous, this is stunning, no sooner do I think I have seen your greatest, when another pops up, love the darker foreground against the lightness of the background, works beautifully, I must say that little cottage looks pretty cold sitting there,what an amazing mountain, Scotland gets better by the day Ken. Brilliant :o)x
Happy Birthday dear Josie. Thank you so much for liking this. I’m very envious of the people who live there.
I agree with every word that the birthday girl Josie Jackson just said. :o)
Isn’t Zoe a little terror Ken, I’m not having any more birthdays, cheeky imp, I’ll have to have a word with her lol…….. Thank you for the birthday wishes Ken, and who wouldn’t be envious of these poeple, its such a gorgeous place, unreal……:o)x
Always was a little imp Josie.Especially at school.
….wasn’t me….(whistles innocently).
No wonder you were late!Ken, this is truly spectacular work…………………Beautiful colours and light and I that is one big mama of a mountain!I especially love the little green valley tucked in by the mountains………..Top class image………..really…………!
That little valley is called Glen Ling, Rosie at the end of Loch Long. Nice names eh? Thank you so much once again my dear friend.
Hi Ken,I have to tell you I watched the most spectacular show on the telly this weekend that made me think of you……….The show was called ‘Eagles of Mull’ filmed by Gord Bucanan…………All the various wildlife showcased in this documentary was fantastic……..This area is a true treasure and I remembered how your images showed off the beauty of this marvelous land………….Have you seen this film?cheers, Rosie
I lived on Mull for a while during the eighties Rosie. This was the film with the reintroduced Sea Eagles was it not? Seen quite a number of them on Rhum which is another island nearby.