Saturday, 28 August 2010

Photohunt - framed

Loch Maree and the lower slopes of Slioch framed by a fallen tree.

17 comments:

Alice Audrey said...

Makes for an interesting shot.

Anneke (Mudhooks) said...

Beautiful view!

http://mudpuddle.wordpress.com/2010/08/28/photohunter-framed/

jams o donnell said...

What a beautiful scene Ruth. Glorious!

CalumCarr said...

Lovely, Ruth.

Andrew Scott said...

At bottom left the tree forms a grumpy face with mouth nose and ear, a little bit up to the right are two arms, and at the extreme right two spindly legs sticking out, Halfway up the beast seems to have a long-billed bird stuffed in its pouch. You have caught a fossilised beast with its prey, unless that's not its prey but instead its been stuffed in its pouch - ie the beast has been "framed". Fossilised forensics. Or do I just see things that aren't there?

Jama said...

The view there is so gorgeous!

YTSL said...

What a great photo and vista -- thanks for sharing! :)

And Miles To Go... said...

mother nature makes the best frames of all!

Ruth said...

Thanks everyone.
Andrew - if you see it, I'm sure it's there ;-)

iv's said...

wow this is one cool shot..

mine is up too

http://www.eiadventure.info/2010/08/framed.html

happy weeknd

Greyscale Territory said...

A glorious scene framed by a tree trunk with lots of character!

Baba said...

I like your different take on today's theme of framed..the color contrast is great... thanks for sharing. Baba

Annie said...

Love the way you framed this beautiful photo!

Su-sieee! Mac said...

What a spectacular shot! I like how you composed it a lot!
Su-sieee! Mac
This and That. Here and There. Now, Sometimes Then.

Manang Kim said...

A very unique take for the theme. Happy weekend!
Photo Hunt-Framed

CherryPie said...

What an amazing photo, it is just perfect for the theme.

Maya said...

I like how the fallen tree cuts the photo, nice shot.