Photographer's Note

This should had been one spot of a magnificent sight, but the weather had other plans

A rain-storm over the beautiful Loch-Harport bay and out to the Wiay-Isle, from a stop-over point on the A863 road in the Isle-of-Skye at 57.3456, -6.403 precise spot on the map.
The giant rock is uninhabited yet the largest island in Loch Bracadale, 1.4km off the Skye coast (5 km distance on this picture), near the village of Ullinish. Most of the coastline consists of vertical cliffs (source from Wikipedia).
Pity we could not see this striking formation due to the weather condition, but worth sharing, to my humble opinion.

Technicals: A JPEG picture, F6.3, 1/250, ISO125.


*** Tried a B&W version - but lost the effect of the wind over water, so left as is.

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Additional Photos by Ike Harel (ikeharel) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 13882 W: 645 N: 26637] (112391)
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