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Sep 01, 2021 23:28 |  #1591

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A 5:40am early wake up call to try to get a sunrise shot over the Missouri River.

Did you get the shot you were hoping for?

This one is VERY good!!


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Sep 01, 2021 23:33 |  #1592

Drying out pond in the hills changed color.

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Sep 02, 2021 13:04 as a reply to  @ post 19278687 |  #1593

Luckily for us Americans these are the American Rockies in Glacier!

They are indeed incredible either way.


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Sep 02, 2021 17:24 |  #1594

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Sep 02, 2021 20:44 as a reply to  @ Inspeqtor's post |  #1595

I was hoping for a bit more cloud coloring from the sun but this one was the best of the morning. Thanks for asking.


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Sep 03, 2021 06:20 |  #1596

Finally got round to going to Scotland with only an RX10 (been threatening to do it for years). Did brilliantly to be honest, I'm not convinced I would have got noticeably better results out of my 6D or XT3. I would, however, have got pretty much the same out of an RX100 III - V so I'll just take one of those next time. The RX10IV is wonderful but I find it a bit big and heavy to carry on six and seven hour mountain days.

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Beinn Eighe

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Liathach above Loch Clair

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Beinn a' Bheithir above Glencoe Lochan

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Ben Nevis

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Sep 03, 2021 06:28 |  #1597

OpenC wrote in post #19279200 (external link)
Finally got round to going to Scotland with only an RX10 (been threatening to do it for years). Did brilliantly to be honest, I'm not convinced I would have got noticeably better results out of my 6D or XT3. I would, however, have got pretty much the same out of an RX100 III - V so I'll just take one of those next time. The RX10IV is wonderful but I find it a bit big and heavy to carry on six and seven hour mountain days.

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Instantly recognisable!! Scotland is magic for5 photography and you did "The Ben" justice

Hope the midges did not put you off further visiit.


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Sep 03, 2021 06:48 |  #1598

Ah, I've been visiting for years, the midges don't get me down any more :) drove back down the A9 this morning and was delighted to see the Perth dual carriageway finally open..


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Sep 03, 2021 13:18 |  #1600

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Sep 03, 2021 15:36 as a reply to  @ OpenC's post |  #1601

wonderful image set - each lovely image




  
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Sep 03, 2021 15:58 |  #1602

OpenC wrote in post #19279216 (external link)
Ah, I've been visiting for years, the midges don't get me down any more :) drove back down the A9 this morning and was delighted to see the Perth dual carriageway finally open..

Lucky you, not being bothered by the midges. Those of us who live here never get used to them. They are fierce this year because of the great weather with very little wind. Great photos of the hills. I seem to to remember getting bitten by midges on top of Liathach a few years ago!


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Sep 04, 2021 00:39 |  #1603

Aye, me too last time I was up there, couldn't believe it. Kilometre high midges. Was one of the reasons that I decided just to climb Spidean a' Coire Leith and head back down rather than do the ridge as I had a few (well, many many) Octobers ago, couldn't imagine being attacked by midges at some points on that ridge :)

They're worse round your way (Annie) than anywhere else I know, though. Kinlochewe area in particular can be really grim for them. When I come up I tend to base myself in Kingussie which doesn't seem to have a problem with them for some reason.

We get them in the Kielder Forest in Northumberland but nowhere else that I know of. Plenty of flies but not midges :)


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Sep 04, 2021 01:06 |  #1604

Utah, a little west of Capital Reef NP.


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