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Bits and bobs from Scotland

Jason

Always on
Premium Member
Had a trip to Scotland last week, a family holiday with the Sister-In-Law and her lot in tow. Not a huge amount of time for photos but managed to escape for a few here and there when it stopped raining (and some when it didn't.)

A pano of Loch Leven, chucking it down in the distance. Looks a bit daft at 1024x but bigger on FlickR


Rain Over Loch leven
by Jason, on Flickr

Not sure exactly where this from, somewhere near Rannoch Moor I think.


Untitled
by Jason, on Flickr
 

Jason

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Premium Member
A couple from Loch Eil, nr our accommodation and one of a little-known cottage I spotted on our drive home, a secret location no-one else knows of. :grin:

(Had to upload these three as attachments as FlickR is, yet again, playing silly-buggers, hence they look a bit soft due to file-size. Look better on FlickR.)

DSC_9656-2.jpg DSC_9687.jpg DSC_9885.jpg
 

rebel06

Looking for a cause.
Moderator
All good but as said much better on flickr .... love the loch leven pano .... and great light on the cottage.
Paul
 

H1ghlander

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Great stuff Jason.
The one you're not sure about is taken from the Loch Tulla view point car park.....lazy git....lol.
 

Pete Larkin

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Really like the pano of Loch Leven - superb atmosphere, and the light on the first from Loch Eil.
 

Jason

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Great stuff Jason.
The one you're not sure about is taken from the Loch Tulla view point car park.....lazy git....lol.
:D

You could even just wind the window down and get the shot without leaving the car. Not that the thought crossed my mind. :exit::)
 

Jason

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Premium Member
Happens a lot in Glencoe, some don't even bother to stop to take a shot. :D
New shutter speed formula:

mph x (focal length(x crop factor) + 50%). :)

Joking aside. It’s great the amount of scenic places there are to stop in The Highlands. It makes driving enjoyable.

If you ever have the misfortune to find yourself in Shropshire, it’s a whole different deal. If there’s a nice view here, they plant trees in front of it so a) you can’t stop and admire and b) to encourage fly tipping/littering to spoil it anyway. Sad thing is, I’m not joking.
 

Stephen F

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Great set but as said #1 is an awesome shot, you cant help but take great shots in the highlands and islands.
 
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