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Great tyro 2018-11-02 4:00

Hi dear Viviane,

What a delightful photograph! I must confess that, although I've been to Loch Eriboll many years ago, I was never aware of Ard Neakie. And thank you for showing us a map too - when I zoomed in on that map I was able to see the building in your picture as well as the quarry to the left of it and was also able to see that there were once lime kilns here. Isn't the World a fascinating place? :)

A lovely well composed photograph with lovely soft light, true colours, perfect exposure an exquisite details and sharpness.

Beautiful!

Kindest Regards,

John.

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Old 11-02-2018, 01:01 PM
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Hi John,
Thank for your lovely comments as always...

Isn’t it funny... After your comment I did open the View Map and placed the “little yellow man” on the A838 road and I was just back at the place where I took the photo...
And guess what! think the view is even better than mine!

https://www.trekearth.com/workshops/...hoto216620.htm

Amities,
Viviane
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Old 11-02-2018, 03:06 PM
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Hi Viviane,

Ha, ha! What a fine screenshot from Mr. Google's little yellow man - but I don't think it is better than your photograph - I definitely prefer your composition!

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John.
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