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    Default Luskentyre Isle of Harris

    It's a bit wet here today so I decided to process some images, this is one from June this year. For those that like to zoom in I've also uploaded a 3120px version to my photostream.

    As always your thought, comments and suggestions are welcome.

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    Default Re: Luskentyre Isle of Harris

    Really nicely done Peter. Looks an idilic setting, if the weather is warm!
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    Default Re: Luskentyre Isle of Harris

    Love the turquoise water. What is causing the purplish look in the clouds?

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    Default Re: Luskentyre Isle of Harris

    A beautiful scene nicely captured Peter.
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    Default Re: Luskentyre Isle of Harris

    Very nice indeed especially the big job on Flickr Also good to see a picture of something that is neither crawling nor flying

    Cheers,
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    Default Re: Luskentyre Isle of Harris

    Quote Originally Posted by Birdy View Post
    Really nicely done Peter. Looks an idilic setting, if the weather is warm!
    Thanks Andy

    Quote Originally Posted by John Liddle View Post
    A beautiful scene nicely captured Peter.
    Cheers John

    Quote Originally Posted by ColytonJohn View Post
    Very nice indeed especially the big job on Flickr Also good to see a picture of something that is neither crawling nor flying

    Cheers,
    John
    Thanks John
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    Default Re: Luskentyre Isle of Harris

    Quote Originally Posted by tesarver View Post
    Love the turquoise water. What is causing the purplish look in the clouds?

    Tom
    Hi Tom, thanks for looking and commenting. I suspect that the purple you make reference to (Image centre?) is probably caused during my post processing I shall have to revisit it. Thanks for pointing it out
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    Default Re: Luskentyre Isle of Harris

    It's very nice, but a little Caribbean, is the water really that colour?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrJon View Post
    It's very nice, but a little Caribbean, is the water really that colour?
    Hi Jon
    It would seem that on my visits the sea has been this colour!
    I've been looking back in my archive to see if I could find an image of this location with an overcast sky which would have impacted on the colour of the sea, I don't have one. However I have had some days on the Island where it has been four seasons in a morning never mind a day!
    If you can find time, there was a TV program on Channel 4 over the weekend called "Homes by the Sea" it is well worth watching on catch up, just so you could see the scenery, colours and seascapes of Harris and Lewis.
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