Glens of Angus in GREEN!

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    puzzle TPF Noob!

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    OK, I have to show that ice and snow is definitely not a permanent fixture where I live - these are some old pictures I took with my little digicam a couple of years ago, in Glen Doll which is about an hour south of where I live.

    #1 - View from Gella Bridge
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    #2 - South Esk River
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    #3 - foot of Glen Doll (that's ma dawg again)
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    #4 - sheep a-grazing
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    #5 - river again
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    Thanks for looking, all comments and critique welcomed :blushing:
     
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    Arch Damn You! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    love the dramatic landscapes of scotland, i should definately get my arse up there one day! you've done a nice job of capturing it here.
     
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    simply beautiful!!!!!
     
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    puzzle TPF Noob!

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    Thanks guys, I appreciate it :)
     
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    It just goes to show, it's not the camera, it's the operator behind the viewfinder. Excellent shots, you'd think they came from an SLR. :thumbup: It's very beautiful there!
     
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    Such beautiful landscapes... I'm so envious!
     
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    wow, awesome! looks beautiful there... these are terrific photos too! :thumbup:
     
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    WOW, Thanks for the view of one beautiful country.. If you have any shots of golf courses, I would love to see some.. a dream of mine is to play in Scotland some day. All 5 are spectacular.
     
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    WHOA! As the first image appeared, it made my jaw drop. What stunning scenery! GREAT shots - #1 is my fave.
     
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    :thumbup: great pics
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Green - green - green - green - green - green! Ahhhhhhhhhh :hugs: !

    Wonderful.
    All five of them.
    Very well composed, each and every one of these.
    Hard to tell which one would be my favourite, they all are.
    If I were forced to pick one I might... hmph ... pick 2.
    But only under torture, because I love 1 and 3 as much...........! :thumbup:
     
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    puzzle TPF Noob!

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    :blushing: Thanks guys! (wow, I got wows :mrgreen: )



    It's funny, but this was about a week after I got my first digital camera, I didn't have much clue to what I was doing and yet they came out like this! Honestly, you can't go wrong with scenery like this! I think therefore we'll have to give Mother Nature all the plaudits - they are still some of my favourite pictures, even now I've got my dSLR.

    Thanks Everyone :)
     

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