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Lovely color, looks like a painting, super sky and I like the foreground detail leading to the bridge.
Too bad this site keeps all the photos so small, hard to see the details in the bridge.
That is on the Isle of Skye in SCOTLAND .
A beautiful place . I have been there some years ago and I only had my HORSEMAN 6x12 with me . Unfortunately the film transport of the 6x12 magazine was blocked just the day before and I could not take any images at all .
I plan to go there again , this time digital . At least then no film transport issue will happen .
No tilted 6x12 HORSEMAN as long as you do not use MALT WHISKY as developer for your film .
SKYE is a beautiful island . I can only see one disadvantage to go there .
You can not book good weather in advance .
My wife and I spent a week on Skye at the end of September this year. I was just getting to know my 300c/m and I managed to get a "clear" shot of the Cuillins.
I've been a couple of times before (when I lived in Perth) but didn't get such an uninterrupted view. I support fully your comment on needing a bit wider view - hence the reason I just got the 40mm. Hoping to go back one day and do the job again.
Hope you don't mind me uploading my shot on your original post...
PS - 500c/m, Distagon 60mm CT*, Fuji Acros (lab processed) and tweaked / toned in CS3 and LR2.
Probably 500 C/M named after the fastest shutter speed of the lenses.
An old habit to use the fastest shutterspeed as model name for bodies and their lenses.
Hasselblad used that for the first time with the 1000F body. What is commonly know as the 1600F camera was simply marketed as Hasselblad camera.
With the arrival of the 1000F people also wanted to give the first Hasselblad MF body a name. It became 1600F after its fastest (theoretical) shutterspeed. Only very small numbers of 1600F bodies actually managed to reach this speed.