Stills V3

August 4, 2010

Passing place 8

Filed under: Colin — Rex @ 07:44

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5 Comments »

  1. Rolling home to the sea: this has a feeling of the end of the road, which, in Scotland, can often be the case. The line from passing place to island is a strong one.

    The upper right is bright and brings to mind the ‘dynamic range’ challenge for digital. It does, however, convey the feeling of such a sky.

    Comment by zavaell — August 7, 2010 @ 06:36

  2. I enjoy the curve of the road leading to the mirror of Island/Headland and break in the trees. This is a view that I have seen the likes of several times whilst traveling the UK. A white road, possibly a dead end and hopefully a quaint fishing house and quay at the end. There to reward the persistent photographer (or the HD!)

    Comment by Rex — August 7, 2010 @ 07:51

  3. …so this is the curtain call. After the previous one being the final of the series you give me another candidate. Given the openness of the shot and the lack of suitable resting house, this one gets me to the finish rather quicker though. Good job the background is interesting once I get there!

    Comment by akikana — August 9, 2010 @ 01:39

  4. This feels like the end of the drive, holiday destination just ahead.

    On this one I finally see that the road is just a bit wider here.

    Pictorially the right hand side has a strong framing device (trees), the left is quite open. Having the frame on the right is probably the preferable side keeping us in the picture as we search from left to right.

    Comment by rhoehne — August 19, 2010 @ 12:10

  5. Might I have seen that island somewhere between Oban & Fort William?

    Comment by cgcooke — November 5, 2010 @ 23:22


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