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Loch Slapin, Isle of Skye, with Bla Bheinn (Blaven) looking distinctly coy in the background.
hdr, landscape, loch slapin, scotland, skye, blaven, bla bheinn
I’m an award-winning landscape photographer based near Glasgow in Scotland.
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Karl, A great journey going through this whole picture – nice processing too – a winner for me!
It took a bit of tweaking to bring out the colouring, John, because it was very much a “middle-of-the-day” (with associated crap light) grab shot.
– Karl Williams
Classic work, Karl!! Beautiful shot.
Gorgeous work, Karl, and the colors and clarity and depth are just marvelous…When I see these sorts of shots I understand why, in photo class, they always say for landscapes.. get down, get low…The texture in the rocks and pebbles in the foreground along with the moss is really excellent.
An addition, Kath: " .. and always wear old jeans because you don’t realise you’ve been kneeling in something unspeakable until you stand up!". I’ve just bought myself some waterproof trousers for just that purpose .. all I have to do now is to remember to put them on!
Stunning image, your lighting is amazing Karl, fabulous colours, textures and detail are spot on, love it :o)x
It’s a great place, Josie, largely because it provides an interesting lead-in to the changing moods of Blaven.
ooOOoooo THERE it is!!! THE LIGHT!!!!! Magnificent!!!!!!!
Makes a change for me, Lois .. the usual cry is “Where’s the light, then? I’ve got the view but WHERE’S THE BLOODY LIGHT?”