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Tuesday, August 02, 2005

The Trossachs


Nikon D70 @ 18mm, 2.5 sec, f/10, ISO 200
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I've been pretty bored for the last couple of days. Absolutely no motivation to do anything. The weather was cr@p but I had to get out of the house... out of the rut.

So I drove up to the Trossachs, not expecting to get much, if anything. I stopped at Loch Arklet, having spotted a couple of lonely trees. I was hoping I might get a break in the clouds, but after a while I knew it wasn't going to happen. I got out my car and looked for a shot nonetheless.

I've come to realise though, that my infra red filter can save the day sometimes. I often read that you should only do IR on bright sunny days, but I find it's much more useful when the weather's terrible.

I only took a handful of photos, but came back with 3 that I liked. I'll start in reverse order, this one coming in at #3.

1 Comments:

Blogger Mahes said...

It may not be the tree
underwhich "Buddha"
attained enlightnment

But it may be the tree
which can induce meditation

Not only...
Cleanliness is godliness
sometimes..
Lonliness is also godliness
as this state is not polluted
not even by pollution thoughts

7:45 am, August 05, 2005  

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