Coigach Variations

I thought I would offer a compare and contrast of the same view from different locations - The first image was taken a few weeks ago and the second back in 2010 when I first moved to the Highlands. I pass this view every time I head out to Inverpolly - I usually stop and in fat I intend to stop on each occasion and see how many variations I get.
I thought I would offer a compare and contrast of the same view from different locations – This image was taken a few weeks ago and the second back in 2010, when I first moved to the Highlands. I pass this view every time I head out to Inverpolly – I usually stop and in fact I intend to stop on each occasion from now on and see how many variations I get. I love the natural leading lines of Ardmair Bay lots of light textures, cloud shadows and of course the thin layer of cloud perched on the top of Coigach.

 

Beinn Mor Coigach
This was taken back in 2010, I didn’t know the area at all, this is down on the beach at Ardmair, with the lines drawing you towards Coigach – I liked the wet and dry stones separated by the seaweed line, whipping you round to the mountain topped by a dusting of snow.
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23 thoughts on “Coigach Variations

  1. Ardmair and Isle Martin are among my favourite places and you’ve captured them beautifully. It’s good to find you – I’ll be following.

  2. It’s a spot that deserves photographing, Scott! What a joy to pass by and be able to linger on a regular basis. The cloud formations and light are going to make so much difference to your compositions. I don’t foresee a bad shot 🙂

  3. Interesting to compare the two. The sweep of the bay looks great. The rocks in the foreground and the band of seaweed make a strong impression. Marvellous images.

    1. Cheers Simon – my only gripe with the location is it such a large bay – you can end up with loads of water dominating the image. which is probably why shooting from the beach works a little better compositionally.

    1. when one gets a caravan that is a great idea – as I feel Ullapool is very ,limited accommodation wise. Are you going to get this far north?

    1. Interesting that you and David both go for the bottom shot. I dont like the colour in the bottom shot – but I do like the dusting of Snow.Cheers Mark

    1. Just north of Ullapool and you wont go wrong – high season doesn’t really exist although you find more tourists on the road in late summer

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