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Discussion in 'Wanderlust and Travel' started by antsplan, May 30, 2007.
superb series well done
Great shots. I especially like #1 & #13. Thanks for sharing.
13 is loooooovely!!! I am so very jealous you live so near all that amazing landscape!!
Nice shots Ants.
Glad to see you enjoying the new camera too.
D80 is big step up from D50 as it makes you think more of your settings.
Keep posting these nice shots of Scotland.
NIce AP..The D80 looks good..you should have got the D200...:Crunk:
Thanks all, your comments are very much appreciated.
Sparkey/Kilm - Fancy meeting you guys here :wink:
I'm very very pleased with the D80, its a whole lot more camera than the D50and I'll definitley grow into it. For my level I still believe that the D80 and 70-300VR lens was a better deal for me, than the D200 on its own (which was all my budget stretched to at the time), but theres still bonus time to come :wink:
These were all shot with the D50 though, which I'm retaining as a backup or an expensive lens cap :biggrin:
Really nice shots Anthony!
But having been to the highlands a few times myself, the seventh shot with the asphalt looks a bit out of place, don't you think?:biggrin:
Wow, great series. Love the variety of shots you included.
Super shots anthony. We've been to Scotland five times now, but haven't visited any of those places...but then at 65 I don't have a hankering to ride a kayak down rapids either!
Great shots, love the first best and the kayak series re my next favs!
good color work and processing on those outdoor bright shots.
Thank you all sincerely for your comments.
I have another series from the Isle of Skye, which I'll try and get a chance to post shortly.
BTW, If any of you are ever in Scotland, I'd love to meet up for a photoshoot !
beautiful shots Anthony. Wonderful to see..surely must be wonderful to
Thanks Anthony, these are great!
Over the years I have traveled the globe but have one wish: visit Scotland and Ireland one day...
Hey Anthony -
Thank you for posting these. I really like the landscapes among these.
Count me in as another who wants to get to Scotland one of these days . . .
Very well done!
Well guy's if you ever do make it to Scotland, I'd love to meet up and do some photography. Scotland is not too big and so most places can be reached in a half a day or less.
You're on! Late June 2009; Edinburgh. We'll have quite a bunch shooting then.
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