Scotland

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  1. JohnMF

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    Here's some pics i took on a visit to scotland last year. A place called Loch Inver in the highlands

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    hope you like them
     
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    like em? love em! i've always said that scotland has the most fantastic scenery, and the first chance i get i'm going up there just on a landscape shoot, nice work.
     
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    Very nice! I like them all but my favorite would have to be the second one.

    David
     
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    Excellent!
     
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    great shots, were you close to that deer or did you use a telephoto?
     
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    i love the last one, it might become a simbol
     
  7. JohnMF

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    Scotland is a great place for lanscape dalebe, you should definately go!, luckily for me my auntie and uncle run a bed & breakfast Guest House in a small fishing village up there so i always have an excuse to visit.

    As for the deer picture, All the pictures above were taken with a compact digital 2.1 megapixel with a 6x optical zoom, i was about 10 metres away and took the shot thru a car window whilst moving!, it ran away out of site seconds after i took it.

    I Didnt have DSLR at the time so i had to make do
     
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    Wow, the last one sure was a nice capture!

    I love the landscape there. Very beautiful.
     
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    Wow, what a capture! With my luck the lens cap would be on or the camera would be turned off, I allways miss those quick shots. great series, I especially like the shot with the trees.
     
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    Nice scenery in the highlands. You captured it well.
     
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    Very interesting photos.

    Eric
     
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    The colours in the first three are great.

    The last is a beauty capture. A camera is the best way to shoot wild life.

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