Chimneys of Luss
|Copyright: Francis Xavier Camilleri (fransx)
|Date Taken: 2013-08-16|
|Camera: Nikon coolpix P7000|
|Exposure: f/7.8, 1/150 seconds|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2013-12-01 6:04|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Luss is a conservation village in Scotland. Many of Luss' cottages have been described as picturesque. The village has a kiltmaker and a bagpipe works. The chimneys are original and they are an attraction to photographers visiting this wonderful village.|
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- [2013-12-01 8:15]
Natural slater roofing with terracota pots, a trait for this part of the world.
Neat positioning, angle and detains obtained.
The lateral movement of the clouds seem to fit this scene so well.
- [2013-12-01 9:39]
sueprbe vue e tiamge de ces cheminées quel effet sur ce toit très bel enchaînement.
Bravo et belle soirée
- [2013-12-01 11:13]
The rooftops, the chimneys and the sky make a good composition with nice low light.
- [2013-12-01 18:05]
a good PoV and well composed shot with the diagonal line of the chimneys. It is a lovely village but I don't have fond memories of it - I remember camping in Luss as a teenager and getting totally washed out, we asked if we could spend the night in a cell in the Police station but no luck there
- [2013-12-01 21:23]
The chimneys are really very attractive, well composed photo with roofs of shingles and the double row of chimneys
- [2013-12-01 21:41]
Hi Francis Xavier, Scotland's villages, as well as cities,still have the slate roofs, as well as the clay chimneys & you certainly have captured their detail well.I'm not sure how long the chimneys will be in evidence,espescially in the cities,as most are changing to different heating methods,which make the fireplace redundant.Well taken TFS