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Prime Time Viewing
Ian Cameron

Prime Time Viewing

Loch Ba, Rannoch Moor, Scotland

Early Spring at the edge of Loch Ba is still a bitterly cold experience at sunrise with touches of frost covering the grasses but by this stage morning mists are common place and this adds greatly to the sense of atmosphere generated. This was taken just as the diluted orb of the sun peaked around a cleft in the mountains and the sky obligingly turned salmon pink.

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Pentax 67 II ,55-100 zoom ,Fujichrome Velvia
0.45ND grad, f/22 at 1 second. full exif

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McGarva22-Dec-2010 20:33
Stunning colours and wonderful sharp details! :)
tinkerb22-Dec-2010 20:29
Beautiful image Ian, love the way you have resisted the temptation to go for complete sun but have gone for part of it just peeking over the hill - much more effective
regi olbrechts22-Dec-2010 20:18
Splendid. A fascinating atmospherical shot with so many delicate details to look at.
Cornelis Heijkant f / ∞22-Dec-2010 17:41
Very special atmosphere here at this sunrise. It's all so quiet and subtle. v.
René Gysi22-Dec-2010 11:33
Wonderful like a dream land. Excellent composition! V
routerer22-Dec-2010 11:21
Just fantastic.
lou_rozensteins22-Dec-2010 09:57
Very beautiful pastel colours. Well done.
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