Reflections of Storr

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    Well… I returned home safely this morning from my two week photographic workshop on the Isle of Skye… with 68 Gigabytes worth of images!!

    Although we had plenty of rain and loads of midges… that certainly didn’t prevent us from exploring every corner of the island… and shooting all the most iconic locations… in the best possible light!!

    Here is one of my favourite shots from my most favourite iconic location of all… the Old Man of Storr… reflected in a tiny loch… and captured just as the clouds, light and reflections were looking at their very best.

    I’d like to thank Jenny, Anne, Peter, Tom and Steven for sharing all these unforgettable experiences with me… I had an absolute blast shooting Skye with you guys (and girls)!!

    Nikon D800, Nikkor 14-24mm at 14mm, aperture of f14, with a 1/200th second exposure.

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    1. Photoma's World [deleted] 64 months ago | reply

      Splendid reflections and lovely pure colours, Paul !!!
      Let them come, the very best of your 68 Gigabytes ;)))

    2. Greengypsie [deleted] 64 months ago | reply

      Stunning picture

    3. MikeJonesPhoto 64 months ago | reply

      Nice to now that, will be waiting to see wonderful images........!
      This one loos wonderful

    4. Peter Ribbeck 64 months ago | reply

      I have been waiting for your shots of Skye (not disapointed)

    5. S i m o n . M a y s o n 63 months ago | reply

      Nice view point and reflections

    6. Tall Guy 63 months ago | reply

      I've been meaning to go to Skye for years but never got round to it.. now it looks like you gone and found all the best locations, looking forward to seeing more ( for future reference, hee hee ).. Fabulous shots in your own wonderful style.. thanks :-)

    7. mliebenberg 63 months ago | reply

      Hope you had a great time in Scotland Paul. Wonderful shot - with great reflections!

    8. MarkVeePhotography [deleted] 63 months ago | reply

      Hi Paul!!! Welcome back!! I only now see that you are back as I do not visit Flickr very often these days.... Welcome back bud and thanks for the new eye candy - Cant"wait to see them all!!!!
      I'll e-mail u sometime as I'm moving again at the end of October - A new beginning awaits me!!! I'm very excited but will tell all in an e-mail soon!!

    9. little m:) 63 months ago | reply

      love the green and the reflections, Paul! so happy the workshop went well:)

    10. Ross Nortier 63 months ago | reply

      Enjoy those photos man! must have been so good testing your new camera somewhere so amazing! Incredible images so far Paul! love them!

    11. Lumase 63 months ago | reply

      I've found your photography through Nick's limonite. The few things seen talk about exceptional quality; adding you as a contact.

    12. Lorenik 62 months ago | reply

      Amazing shot!

    13. Just Q 62 months ago | reply

      I like the way the clouds and reflected clouds pull my eyes to the Old Man.

    14. DanielKHC 59 months ago | reply

      Indeed a fantastic shot to start the series. I bet you had an amazing trip there. Really wish I can make it one day.

    15. scrapping61 56 months ago | reply

      Great shot.. this would be perfect for our challenge

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