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Friday, August 05, 2005


Nikon D70 @ 25mm, 1.3 sec, f/10, ISO 200
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So here's the final installment of my three shots from Loch Arklet. This one was my original favourite, but having looked at yesterday's shot a little more I can't quite make up my mind. Which one do you prefer?


Blogger Becca said...

I found Grey to be immediately striking in itself but, if you are asking for preferences, I prefer Windy. I identify with its tone and its being blown around a bit lately. Your photographs are beautiful, by the way. I am so happy to have stumbled across your blog.

2:44 am, August 07, 2005  
Blogger Ladyred said...

I would have to say the Grey, the starkness of the whites evokes more emotion in me. All are awesome if I do say. I look forward to seeing what you post, so thank you. If I may ask, how often do you photograph? Since this is just my hobby I can't find nearly the time to go out and about, plus I seem to have photographer's block hah!

2:00 pm, August 07, 2005  
Anonymous O b e l i x said...

Prefer yesterday's John.

Lone objects almost always work when they are in the right 3rd. [At least for most of us, who read from left to right ;)]

2:13 pm, August 07, 2005  
Blogger Nothing Like It said...

I like this one...it looks harsh and windy but soft and far away so it's nice :) almost like listening to a thunderstorm from the safety of a tent...hehe

10:57 pm, August 07, 2005  
Blogger John said...

Thanks a lot becca. It's always helpful to know exactly why a photograph appeals to someone, so thanks for letting me know. But I'm sorry that you feel that way of late... hopefully things will get better.

Thanks again for your kind words.

12:36 pm, August 08, 2005  
Blogger John said...

Hey ladyred. Thanks for letting me know - I'm still a little undecided here! I'm glad you liked them all - thanks!

I try and get a photograph everyday, but that doesn't always happen. I set up this blog because I had just bought my D70 and wanted to make sure I got the most out of it, and it's definitely helped... there are a lot of shots that I really like that I wouldn't have taken had it not been for this. I usually only take a handful of shots each day, but try and have a more intense shoot once a week.

Photographer's block eh? Just take that lens cap off :)


12:42 pm, August 08, 2005  
Blogger John said...

Hey obelix. Thanks for your thoughts. What if I just flip this shot vertically... would you prefer it then? :)

12:43 pm, August 08, 2005  
Blogger John said...

Hey nothing like it... love that description - thanks! :)

12:44 pm, August 08, 2005  
Anonymous Jem said...

Yet another stunner John! I have to say I adore landscape photography above all else. It's such a shame I find the scenery around where I live so dull :/

11:01 am, August 12, 2005  
Anonymous Karen said...

This photograph left me speechless. It is gorgeous beyond gorgeous!

2:30 pm, August 20, 2005  
Anonymous Ernestine said...

Very beautiful photo, it looks like a sisters Brontë's book. Where is Heathcliff ?? no faraway maybe..

7:44 am, August 21, 2005  
Blogger Jan said...

This is fabulous! The infrared makes it perfect!

6:42 pm, August 22, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you would just take your time to know your way around, you could discover

2:30 am, November 05, 2005  

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