Lingering

This was a wonderful sky which I caught in my rear view mirror whilst returning from Wester Ross - it isnt what you would call a sunset it was more of a lights off. I have to admit it caught me by surprise and I made some basic exposure errors which has left a lot of noise in the image (so it wont be entering any competitions - but I felt it was worthy of sharing with you - have a great weekend.
This was a wonderful sky which I caught in my rear view mirror whilst returning from Wester Ross – it isnt what you would call a sunset it was more of a lights off. I have to admit it caught me by surprise and I made some basic exposure errors which has left a lot of noise in the image (so it wont be entered in any competitions – but I felt it was worthy of sharing with you – have a great weekend.

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    1. For me it was surreal – I was concentrating on the road and caught the sky – rapidly pulled over and got the tripod out – very pleased with the positive way it has been received.

  1. Now that is a fantastic shot – a love the reflection of the clouds in the foreground of the loch. It’s a winner…nice one Scott.

  2. Love the drama. Seems fitting as we have just had the most incredible storm pass over. What they would call a squall at sea, I think. It was quick and brutal.

    1. it fits the description skyscape quiet nicely Rachael – we have got away with murder this winter – I just haven’t been out and about but I am getting quiet organised and lots of trips out are coming soon 🙂

  3. Very relaxing image….pixel peeping has never been my scene either and frankly who should care as long as you have achieved a great image. Too many critics and cynics there days.

    1. Pixel peeping is not a term I was familiar with until Gunta used it – I know the Camera Club judges would have had me on it and I also know that it would stand being enlarged to any extent. Looking forward to a Full frame sensor in that respect.

    1. Glad you like it – you should read my comments regarding the term pixel peeping which I mentioned in my reply to David Oakes – I trust you are enjoying your photography and that winter has been kind to you.

    1. Excellent and I very pleased to say whilst you were the first to share that view you were not the only one – so therefore that confirms a well informed eye 🙂

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