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Monday, June 06, 2005

Loch na h-Achlaise


Nikon D70 @ 60mm, 1/10 sec, f/18, ISO 200
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Took a trip up to the Glencoe area today with the world famous Stuwee. The skies were completely overcast so it was difficult shooting conditions. We were hoping that the sun would make an appearance at some point, but it stayed away. We ended up stopping at Loch na h-Achlaise, probably the most photographed place in Scotland. This was probably the best shot of the day, taken moments before we got p***ed on.

On a funnier note, Stu fell into the loch at one point and got his poor little feet soaked. To make up for this he -- very skillfully and timed to perfection I might add -- completely drenched a little boy walking quite happily and peacefully along the pavement by driving his car through a large puddle on the road. Straight out of a comedy sketch. He even turned around and went crying to his mummy (the little boy that is)

Shame on you Stu! I didn't have my camera ready!!

edit: I'll be updating soon - just not had much time recently!

4 Comments:

Anonymous zjootsuite said...

This is a great B&W landscape.

10:25 am, June 13, 2005  
Blogger John said...

Thank you

7:51 pm, June 21, 2005  
Blogger Mahes said...

oh God
where are you
i will die
if you dont reveal the secret
of making such creation

beautiful john

9:21 am, July 31, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

opt notice

2:33 am, November 05, 2005  

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