tyro (24686) 2016-06-30 8:02
Ciao cara Lisa,
Far more beautiful and more peaceful than the film scenes with Jane Fonda and her dad, this is a truly lovely view, perfectly composed with the little cottage and its reflection well placed in the frame and with colours which we would normally associate with autumn rather than springtime.
A fascinating note, especially about the Celtic legend of which I was not aware, and a fabulous photograph to accompany it.
Gorgeous warm light and colours, stunning reflections on the calm water of the loch, perfect composition and exposure and exquisite details and sharpness. And not a swan to be seen (perhaps the strontium from the lead mines bumped them all off).
snunney (98297) 2016-06-30 7:31
I see like us you have recently been back to the UK. Our visit was tinged with sadness as my wife's mother had died earlier in the month and we were there to attend the funeral and arrange her affairs. Things were also very strange with the Brexit vote; everyone we spoke to seemed very surprised with the result and not a little shell shocked. Goodness knows what will happen now; a question of wait and see. Enough of that; I like this image very much; excellent composition and perfect exposure.
delpeoples (57678) 2016-06-30 6:24
Kasia my dear!
When I saw this photo in thumbnail, I instinctively knew it was Australia. What are you doing here? How long are you here for and will you be in Sydney? I would dearly love to meet you.
A fantastic shot of the Milky Way - you have visited at the perfect time as the Milky Way is in full view until about August. And the flies aren't as bad at this time of year. Kalbarri is gorgeous and I truly hope you are loving my country. Take care my dear and I wish you a wonderful trip.