Being a Scot, I've stayed in and visited Plockton many times.
While visiting my parents, I thought that I'd take a drive up the west coast and try and capture some images. I knew that the local hoteliers burnt their paper rubbish on the beach (the tide, when in, removes the debris) and this is the image that I went to capture! I've tried to capture this image several times before but have never been satisfied with the depth of field of the landscape! Again on this occassion, I'm not too happy, it was a trade off between iso and F stop!
PS work : Small general S curve, with some boost to the shore line with a Red only curve + USM
Anyway, let me know your thoughts!
By the way, If anyone has seen the BBC's - Hamish McBeth, this was filmed in Plockton.
All the best Mal
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