Not many places you can get a view of Loch Awe from, despite its size. Came across this bluff one evening and couldn’t resist.

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argyll, evening, lake, light, loch awe, mountains, scotland, steven watson, watscapephoto

WatscapePhoto is Steve Watson from
Headingley, Leeds, UK
This image is © Steven F Watson 2011

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  • Antanas
    Antanasalmost 7 years ago

    Beautiful work!

  • Darlene Ruhs
    Darlene Ruhsalmost 7 years ago

    Oh this is just gorgeous!!! No wonder you couldn’t resist, what a wonderful job you’ve done capturing such a beautiful scene!

  • RichardV
    RichardValmost 7 years ago

    Really beautiful image. Well taken Steven.

  • pijinlane
    pijinlanealmost 7 years ago

    Yes, I know what you mean! This is just the most perfect view … well done!

  • Tabitha B
    Tabitha Balmost 7 years ago

    like how the distance you choice make every thing swirl…great

  • davidmilne
    davidmilnealmost 7 years ago

    Super comp Steven,excellent pic!
    Fished it a few times a couple of miles from the village.

  • nmbrplus
    nmbrplusover 5 years ago

    Congratulations on such a wonderful sale!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Pamela Jayne Smith
    Pamela Jayne S...over 5 years ago

    CONGRATULATIONS YOUR BEAUTIFUL IMAGE HAS BEEN FEATURED IN RIVERS, LAKES, AND DAMS GROUP 27.01.09

  • Many thanks for the feature, Pamela. Honoured.

    – WatscapePhoto

  • Stephen  Van Tuyl
    Stephen Van Tuylover 5 years ago

    Excellent! Congratulations.

  • Many thanks, Stephen

    – WatscapePhoto

  • JanT
    JanTover 5 years ago

    What a beautiful scene, Steven. I like your play on words, too. I do feel awe. Peaceful and serene. Is this a place to which you can return frequently?

  • Thank you very much, Jan. Loch Awe is about 300 miles from home so, sadly, it’s not somewhere it’s possible to visit frequently

    – WatscapePhoto

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