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waiting for the summer

waiting for the summer
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Copyright: Adrian Szatewicz (aes_thor) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 198 W: 29 N: 592] (2489)
Genre: Landscapes
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2007-07-23
Categories: Mountain, River
Camera: Fuji Finepix S20 Pro, Fujinon 6x zoom
Exposure: f/5.6, 1/160 seconds
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Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2008-11-05 7:48
Viewed: 3891
Points: 4
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note
Hi all!

Fog, rain and cold behind the window in north Poland- this is how the november looks like.. maybe thats why I look up in my archives from holidays.
Picture wass taken during my summer stay in Fort William last year.
Beutiful weather in glancoe valley, stream by the path on Three sisters of Glencoe in The Lost Valley of Glencoe near second sister called Gear Aonach.
Amazing place...

Really strong sun light wasn't the perfect condition for taking photo, it was hard to avoid burned and too dark areas.
Picture was cropped and light balanced by curves and shadow/highlight tools.

I hope you will like the view.
Cheers for watching, wish you all sunny days!

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You've chosen an extremely difficult scene to capture Adrian.
With the bright sunlight,and darker areas,its almost impossible to get good all around exposure,as you've pointed out in your notes.
Apart from the sky,and one or two bright patches,it doesn't loo too bad though.
Its a beautiful scene,certainly worth shooting.

Hello Adrian
Both you and your brother have some lovely landscape scenes. It is just a pity I cannot always visit them at the time I see them and then they are far gone in the gallery. This scenery is really magic. Cool and refreshing and very inviting. The water falling down and foaming at the bottom looks so tempting. It must be wonderful to observe a scenery like this from close-by. I am sure the air that one breathes at a place like that must be so fresh and clear. The green of the trees and the algae on the rocks rounds this lovely scenery of to its best. Thanks for sharing.

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