Anyone been here for a full day outing? What focal lengths would you recommend on FX? I've got 70-200 2.8, 300mm 2.8, and 500mm 2.8 that I could take for the day. Not sure how far they are letting the birds fly out and returning.
I do see what you are saying. Interestingly enough, the only shadow that is mine in here is the tripod which I could work on. I was out of the picture and sun areas with a remote shutter. The unevenness of the land has given off some of that shadow unfortunately.
75th Anniversary D-Day Celebrations here in England. These are a combination of Douglas C-47 Skytrain and Dakota aircraft. These have flown in from around the world so this was a massive undertaking.
Here are just a few I captured as they took off and headed for Normandy.
I spoke to some folks the day before who went up the same ridge you mention they said their day was 9 hours after coming down the "Great Stone Shoot" as you call it. I call it a very broken scree chute that was hell.
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I was in Glen Coe on the 13th and 14th of May. On the 13th a military helicopter flew through there really low towards the end of the day going both directions. Of course, my camera was nicely tucked away so I could enjoy it without snapping any pics.
I made it out there as well. It didn't rain once in 4 days. Almost didn't think I was in Scotland.
Buachaille Etive Mòr with the early morning light revealing itself.
From the top of Sgùrr Alasdair looking down towards Glenbrittle Camp Site. Light wasn't the best but the view made up for it.
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