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Two oldies from the Isle of Skye


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Missing being there, I dug out two oldies from my Leica SL days taken both in 2017 on the Isle of Skye. Both images taken with Leica SL< Voigtlander 15mm and Formatt-Hitech Firecrest filters.

After a day of constant rain the skies opened, rewarding our perseverance with an amazing sunset at Elgol. 3 seconds exposure for this one:

The iconic view at Neist Point, Isle of Skye, showcased in a different composition. ⁠This, on the other hand, is a 36 seconds exposure:

Thank you for viewing, best regards

Vieri

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On 8/15/2020 at 6:14 PM, FrozenInTime said:

Elgol and Neist Point looking good there.

Thank you very much, glad you enjoyed them :)

On 8/16/2020 at 9:11 AM, Graham (G4FUJ) said:

Stunning as always!  I must get to Neist Point (and the lighthouse) next time I'm in the Highlands.

Thank you very much indeed Graham, that is very kind of you to say! :) Yes, Neist Point is always worth a visit, and so is a hike down to the lighthouse, when the light is right for it, the climb back up is worth the pain! :D 

Best regards,

Vieri

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17 hours ago, Louis said:

Hello wavier I, outstanding images as always, dear friend.

Hello Louis, I am not sure who "wavier I" is or what it means - autocorrect at its best I assume! :D - seriously, thank you very much my friend, good to see you! Hope you are doing great :) Best regards,

Vieri

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