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Thursday, January 12, 2006

Loch Ard Revisited


Nikon D70 @ 25mm, 4 sec, f/10, ISO 200


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I was looking through my archives and wondered why I had passed this one by the first time round. It was taken back in the summer on one of my trips to the Trossachs. This is the pier at Loch Ard - an oft photographed spot which I always think is quite funny considering it is beside a sign which says "private property - no tresspassing".

This is another example of my infra red filter saving the day - the overcast conditions rendered my normal colour shots very dully and boring. Thank you R72!

9 Comments:

Anonymous otilius said...

A good, strong image...

3:02 pm, January 12, 2006  
Blogger eph2810 said...

I love B&W pictures :)

5:01 pm, January 12, 2006  
Anonymous Dougie said...

Another great shot John love it , well i'm going out on saturday for some landscape photography up too Rannock Moor so hopefully i'll have some great shots , Your work is an Insprition to me Thanks for show it .

Dougie
From Glasgow

10:36 pm, January 12, 2006  
Blogger John said...

Thanks guys.

Dougie, I'm incredibly envious of you going up to Rannoch Moor. Hopefully you'll have some good weather for it. The scenery is spectacular up there so you should have any problems finding anything to photograph. Let me see you photies once you upload them! :)

4:31 pm, January 13, 2006  
Anonymous steveo said...

Im not sure how this passed you by either its a stunner. Im interested in getting an IR filter, but i cant really afford a 77mm one to fit my lens.

5:42 pm, January 13, 2006  
Blogger John said...

Steveo, have a look on ebay for one... that's where I got mine. I think the prices I was looking at in the UK were in the region of £90... ended up only costing me £35 from a seller in the US!

9:52 am, January 16, 2006  
Blogger Nukapai said...

I would hang this on my wall. Definitely. If my walls weren't covered in books, that is.

4:55 pm, January 31, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Beautiful. I love IR photography too! Always learning something new ;)

1:01 am, March 28, 2006  
Anonymous João Ribeiro said...

Great shot... You're so lucky to have this kind of landscape. Where I live I have to search so hard to get a decent Infra-red image...

1:03 am, March 28, 2006  

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