Snowfall In The Eastern Reeks
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Nowadays, when the continental Europe's paralyzed by the massive amount of snow, there were only some scattered snowfalls in Ireland, even in the highest mountains.
Photo: was done yesterday, from the scenic point Ladies View, and the "models" wearing snowcaps are the highest peaks of the Eastern Reeks: Maolán Bui (left, 935 meters above sea level) and Knocknapeasta (right, 988 meters asl.). Shutter priority exposure mode, PP: adjusting levels, contrast, white balance slightly.
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- [2017-01-15 12:51]
Hi Laszlo,isn't the lot of snow that i seen in the eastern Europe but still interesting to see the top of this irish hills painted in white. A great exposure and fine details too for a fresh and actually shot,well done! Have a nice week and thanks,Luciano
- [2017-01-16 3:59]
Not what I normally envision when I think of Ireland, but quite interesting showing the snow covered peaks and brown colored hill side. I have always pictured in my mind lush green valleys and running brooks. You have given me another completely different glimpse of this beautiful country. TFS.
Beautiful picture. Well exposure and details. Nice to see snow and like besutiful light in the sky.
Thanks for sharing,
Beautiful mountainscape photo, fine POV and framing
for a beautiful perspective and atmosphere effect, TFS