One of the locations =Alex37 and I where most excited about shooting was Elgol, subject to so many amazing photographs, most famously Joe Cornish's simply named 'Elgol'
With its incredible sculpted foreshore and colourful rock formations tied together with an irresistible backdrop of the Cuillin Hills its no wonder many of the worlds best visit here. Unfortunately due to its location and unpredictable weather, Elgol proved it wasn't going to show its full colours to us. Luckily there where a few breaks in the cloud giving a soft warm evening light to the landscape.
Elgol, Isle of Skye, Scotland
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Nikon D70 | Tokina 12-24mm | focal length 12mm | ISO200 | f/22 | 0.6s | Cokin P121M | Manafrotto 055PROB tripod + 141RC tilt pan head
All comments and critiques are welcome....
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i gave it a short shot in PS, and i think that with some more effort this could be turned into a killer shot. i saved my current version of the shot, and am willing to either send it to you, or delete it in case you are uncomfortable with anyone saving your shots.
The slightly blurred wave doesn't really attracts your eye, but it doesn't distract very much.
Great foreground, great photo
good job on this picture