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Camusdarach, Eigg and Rhum

Discussion in 'Appraisal Gallery' started by Helander, Jan 2, 2014.

  1. Helander

    Helander Well-Known Member

  2. Craig20264

    Craig20264 Well-Known Member

    Looks pretty damn good here too!
    What's not to like. Super shot.
     
  3. henniehendrik

    henniehendrik Well-Known Member

    very nice,. so empty but full.
     
  4. RovingMike

    RovingMike Crucifixion's a doddle...

    Very nice, but front of the stick just losing sharpness. Carried a branch like that in the boot around the lake district once dropping it into lots of places. There's never one about when you want one. ;)
     
  5. beatnik69

    beatnik69 Well-Known Member

    There used to be a joke in our club about a (late) member doing the same with a tree which popped up in a lot of his shots.:D
     
  6. Helander

    Helander Well-Known Member

    Morning, cheers folks

    Couldn't believe it. After all the recent stormy weather and high tides you'd think they'd be a multitude of deadwood lying around but there was very little. This piece wouldn't have been my first choice but it was the only bit I could find. :)
    Yeah, the sharpness just falls off at the front of the stick, doesn't look so bad in the larger file but falls away nonetheless.
     
  7. RovingMike

    RovingMike Crucifixion's a doddle...

    Charlie Waite did one like that once, I think on a shingle beach.
     
  8. RovingMike

    RovingMike Crucifixion's a doddle...

    Found it here
     
  9. Parsen66

    Parsen66 Well-Known Member

    Delightful, absolutely delightful.
     
  10. miked

    miked Well-Known Member

    Well, that's novel coming from someone who gets an awful lot of stick on here.:)
     
  11. Helander

    Helander Well-Known Member

    I went looking as well. Found the same picture but didn't think it was The One by Charlie you were referring to as no shingle beach.
    If I had to choose I know which one I'd have. Don't tell Charlie though ;)

    I've got an old knarly root ball stashed away down by Ballachulish.
    The one in this picture.......
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/roksoff/8940074600/

    The picture sucks but the root ball is as cool as they come...lol.
    It might come in handy one day.
     
  12. RovingMike

    RovingMike Crucifixion's a doddle...

    Yes I imagined the shingle! Agree on which I prefer :) Think the shingle must have been his Durdle Door.

    That's a great shot with the root ball. Worth keeeping these things.I'd get it insured if I were you. ;)
     
  13. dachs

    dachs Well-Known Member

    no Muck but watery water, great serene shot, as stated
    put root ball on e-bay, retire early!
     
  14. DHMC

    DHMC Member

    Beautiful.. Love this!!
     
  15. Helander

    Helander Well-Known Member

    CompareTheRootball.com

    No Muck, it's behind the Eigg to the left of the dark Rhum beyond the Skye
     
  16. chrispope70

    chrispope70 Well-Known Member

    Cracking shot Scott. I love the rootball one on Flickr. To be fair you have some real beauties on there.
     
  17. lisadb

    lisadb Well-Known Member

    Lovely image.I was thinking the other day that I needed some props. Have to keep a look out. ;)
     
  18. Serge1975

    Serge1975 Well-Known Member

    Nice one! So peaceful :)
     
  19. Skyehammer

    Skyehammer Well-Known Member

    We took our Son there last Summer , and I'd bought a Watercolour of the exact spot where we sat as a surprise birthday present for my Wife which I gave her when we got home .

    Yes , I'm a wonderful Father and Husband , and on top of that I'm very handsome as well .

    I'm perfect , just like that photo.
     
  20. MEKent

    MEKent Well-Known Member

    I'd be pleased. Can't see at this size that the front may be out of focus or less sharp!

    Mark
     

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