Pathway to Ruin

© Ian D. Cameron

Pathway to Ruin

Uploaded: August 13, 2008

Description

An Teallach, Dundonnell, Scotland.
The climb up An Teallach is fairly arduous and not terribly exciting lasting the best part of 4 hours. The first bit being relatively flat and enclosed in a boggy valley. It is only in the last few yards that you get some inkling of the reward for the effort you put in. Frankly it will blow you away, your jaw will drop to the floor and you will be rendered completely speechless. The view is in my humble opinion the finest in Scotland. On this occasion I camped at the top, took advantage of the sunset and was spellbound at sunrise. Pity I forgot me matches and couldn't have a brew at the top.

Pentax 67 II ,55-100 zoom,Fujichrome Velvia
F22 at 2 sec, 0.6ND grad across serrated skyline moved during exposure to further soften division line.

Comments

KARU WIJESUNDARA. A.N.P.A.S. August 13, 2008

IT'S A GREAT PRESENTATION HERE WITH DETAILS AND PERFECT DEPTH OF FIELD.
KARU. #979472

Michelle Alton August 14, 2008

Unbelievable breathtaking scene, Ian...and well worth the sacrifice yo made to capture it. It's thrilling to me. #6311096

Aleksandra Miesak September 03, 2008

This is fantastic! Amazing light and so not what imagined Scotland would look like! #6406384

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