Misty sunrise in Glen Affric

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  1. rakelilla/robin 84 months ago | reply

    is fantastic congratulation

  2. Vincent Schaftenaar 84 months ago | reply

    Man, I wish Holland had landscapes like that!!
    Beautiful...

  3. M Atif Saeed 84 months ago | reply

    perfection my friend this shows perfection

  4. M Atif Saeed 84 months ago | reply

    how is this Za lens
    is it good at 16mm

  5. Mathieu Noel 84 months ago | reply

    beautiful foreground and colors ...

  6. Chris Gin 84 months ago | reply

    Stunning shot, the colours and reflections are incredible.

  7. Kit Downey 84 months ago | reply

    Fantastic reflections in the water and a nice bit of foreground interest.

  8. peterderooij 84 months ago | reply

    beautiful, especially the reflections

  9. Nurse Kato 84 months ago | reply

    Another stunningly beautiful image!

  10. Kenny Muir 84 months ago | reply

    Thanks for the comments and faves.
    M Atif Saeed - the 16-35mm lens is superb. Apart from flare in certain situations which I believe is common to all WA lenses it has performed brilliantly. It's maybe a little fragile though as I had to send it back with an element inside broken which they claimed was damaged by me but I have taken great care since getting my hands on it.

  11. Kenny Muir 84 months ago | reply

    Vincent - Holland has some superb scenery. I would love to get in amongst the fields of tulips and windmills. I think the lack of hills would frustrate me though but Kappix, one of my contacts has found a great way of getting round that problem

    www.flickr.com/photos/kappix/

  12. j-verne 84 months ago | reply

    Beautiful capture.

  13. overhoist 83 months ago | reply

    nice reflections!

  14. Margaret J Walker 82 months ago | reply

    Stunning reflection, beautiful soft morning tones.

  15. KJ' 80 months ago | reply

    Beautiful shot!

  16. A.J. Pye 69 months ago | reply

    Great comp and reflections

    Via your photostream on Fluidr

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