Discussion in 'Outdoor and Wildlife Photography' started by Grayson, Oct 25, 2017.
Just thought I'd try one to see how the forum deals with the width?
A not so grim Grimwith Reservoir
And one from the Washburn valley
Panorama A2 - Looking down the valley by Dave, on Flickr
St Mary's Loch, Scottish Borders.
And you didn't use an HDR setting to obtain a perfect exposure of sky and land with the sun in the foreground.......joking apart, that's a very nice capture of what the eye would see. Well done.
Back across the burn: Embleton Bay by Dave, on Flickr
I took a group of Cub and Beaver Scouts along that way recently - Dunstan Steads to Craster along the top of the ridge and then back along the shoreline. They loved it, especially when a pod of dolphins turned up in Embleton Bay at the end of the walk. I convinced them I'm actually a world renowned dolphin whisperer.
Sunrise over central Scotland from summit camp on Ben Ledi.
So that's what Ben Ledi looks like without snow on it!
I used to do quite a lot of panoramas from the top but they don't come out too well on this site as it reduces the width to screen size, they need to be about twice the width of the screen so you can move back and forward along them
this one from the top of Maoile Lunndaidh is about 2700 wide, but comes out poor when reduced in width
check out the eastern ridge of Lurg Mhor (left most) what a spectacular ridge, I would love to walk that but getting to the bottom of it would be a logistical nightmare.. I have done Lurg Mhor but from the Bearness side, I must one day see if I could get a ghillie to take me over to Pait Lodge but I have heard they're no too keen on the walkers. It would be a cracking couple of days making my way back round Monar taking in the likes of Sheasgaich, Tharsuinn, Chaorachan.
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