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Glencoe & Glen Etive

Liam McBride

Active Member
Premium Member
A last minute trip to Glencoe for sunrise a few weeks ago. Not the greatest of light for shooting in, it was a tad harsh. FB_IMG_1543224841154.jpegFB_IMG_1543224781743.jpegFB_IMG_1543224784700.jpegFB_IMG_1543224787756.jpegFB_IMG_1543224828892.jpegFB_IMG_1543224825526.jpegFB_IMG_1543224769657.jpegFB_IMG_1543224775659.jpegFB_IMG_1543224772770.jpeg
 

SFTphotography

Old Hand
3rd and 2nd to last are outstanding shots although with the 2nd to last I'd have it 50:50 rather than more reflection than subject.
 

Isac

Always on
Like the others above, great series Liam. The moon shot is really cool. Too much worry about the light being a bit harsh - that's life and we just have to live with it and use what there is of it to produce the best we can. That said, nice work!
 

JSharm

Member
Great series. I'm travelling up from London at the beginning of March to Glencoe (and then on to Isle of Skye). For that second picture, is that
Buachaille Etive Mor in the background?
 

Liam McBride

Active Member
Premium Member
Great series. I'm travelling up from London at the beginning of March to Glencoe (and then on to Isle of Skye). For that second picture, is that
Buachaille Etive Mor in the background?
Yes that's correct. Hopefully you get some snow by then. [emoji3]
 
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