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10-15-2015, 09:21 AM - 4 Likes   #1
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The Fairy Pools

In its descent towards Loch Brittle, River Brittle forms a constant series of delightful waterfalls and pools. The more famous and photographed of these are called the Fairy Pools, but as is often the case if you'll keep exploring the river you'll find many more photogenic locations worth a stop. This is the Fairly Pools proper.



Taken with the Pentax 645z and the 28-45mm f/4.5. Best,

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10-15-2015, 10:06 AM   #2
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Wonderful, just wonderful.
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Such an image is wasted sharing on the internet. It deserves to be printed and printed BIG!

Love it.
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gorgeous!
tnx for sharing

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Very nice!
10-17-2015, 06:38 AM   #6
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QuoteOriginally posted by blackcloudbrew Quote
Wonderful, just wonderful.
Thank you very much blackcloudbrew, much appreciated!

QuoteOriginally posted by Wolfeye Quote
Such an image is wasted sharing on the internet. It deserves to be printed and printed BIG!

Love it.
Thank you very much Wolfeye! You are definitely right, in fact, I print all my keepers obsessively... Seriously, I actually have to, I sell Fine Art Prints of my images and therefore before adding one to my catalogue I print it A1 or at least A2 to make sure it is up to the level. This one looks gorgeous in print, if I may say so myself...

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gorgeous!
tnx for sharing
Thank you very much grispie, much appreciated!

QuoteOriginally posted by Duplo Quote
Very nice!
Thank you very much Duplo!

Thanks again everyone for your comments, much appreciated indeed! Best,

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fantastic. worth the trouble of lugging the 645z up there.
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QuoteOriginally posted by debakarma Quote
fantastic. worth the trouble of lugging the 645z up there.
wonder if it even is so much trouble..
Looks like a great cam to me. maybe even worth saving for instead of FF when you're into landscapes

I enjoyed the site btw. great layout and even greater images.

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QuoteOriginally posted by debakarma Quote
fantastic. worth the trouble of lugging the 645z up there.
QuoteOriginally posted by grispie Quote
wonder if it even is so much trouble..
Looks like a great cam to me. maybe even worth saving for instead of FF when you're into landscapes

I enjoyed the site btw. great layout and even greater images.
Thank you guys! Well, my bag with the 645z, 28-45mm, 55mm and 80-160mm, plus the K3 with the 10-20mm, filters, batteries, accessories etc weights about 15 kg, all included, plus the tripod which I normally carry in my hand. Not a light bag by any means, but the quality of the images makes it well worth the effort

grispie, thank you very much for taking the time and visiting my website, I am glad you enjoyed both the website and the images! Best,

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Great image, thanks for sharing.

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Great image, thanks for sharing.

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Gorgeous shot! Shows the true capabilities of the 645z when in the hands of the right photographer.
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Gorgeous shot! Shows the true capabilities of the 645z when in the hands of the right photographer.
Thank you very much LeRolls, your kind comment is very much appreciated!
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