Why I love Scotland #6

Capture Date: 2005:03:02 13:48:45 Camera: Canon EOS 20D Exposure Time (sec): 1/125 Aperture: 22.0 Exposure Program: Aperture Priority ISO: 200 Exposure Bias: 0.00 Metering Mode: Average Flash: Flash not fired; Compulsory flash mode Focal Length: 18.00 Lens: Sigma 18-125mm F3.5-5.6 DC RAW Coversion: Phase One - Capture One Pro OK, so, shout if you're bored with this series! I have a couple more but not sure if to put them up. Anyway, I like this one, but I believe that unless you were there it fails to convey the scale of things. One of the things I found really hard trying to take shots at Glencoe is the absence of any reference that can help establish the scale, there's virtually no buildings and VERY few trees that, seen in the distance look like overgrown grass! It's ironic that what makes Glencoe such a magical place also makes it really hard to capture in images.

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