Loch Eriboll

A16 km long Sea Loch on the North coast of Scotland, which has been used a deep water anchorage by ships sheltering from storms in the Pentland Firth and around Cape Wrath for centuries,
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Ecobird said:

A beautiful image and interesting notes. I love the silvery shimmer to the water and the light.

Have a lovely week
7 weeks ago

Roger (Grisly) replied to Ecobird:

Very nice comments, thank you. This is a really beautiful area on a kind weather day.
7 weeks ago

Joe, Son of the Rock said:

I love the way you have composed this image in layers, Roger. All the best, Joe
7 weeks ago

William Sutherland said:

Superb capture! Stay well!

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7 weeks ago

Armando Taborda said:

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jyryk58 said:

awesome... :-)
7 weeks ago ( translate )

Ulrich John said:

Calm, peaceful, beautiful !
7 weeks ago ( translate )

Schussentäler said:

superbe capture
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Jaap van 't Veen said:

Beautiful landscape image Roger.
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Rosalyn Hilborne said:

So beautifully captured Roger. A peaceful and wide open place!!
7 weeks ago ( translate )

Nora Caracci said:

superb wide view !
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Günter Klaus said:

Eine wunderschöne Aufnahme ist das wieder lieber Roger,mit dieser Teilung im Wasser wirkt das richtig schön:))

Wünsche noch einen schönen Nachmittag,ganz liebe Grüße Güni :))
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©UdoSm said:

These are safe and beautiful places to anchor wait and see in bad weather...
7 weeks ago

tiabunna said:

A lovely scene and image, Roger. Many years ago we stayed in a B&B across the other side of this Loch. We were told by our host that the German U-boat fleet were directed to come here to surrender at the end of WW2.
7 weeks ago

Roger (Grisly) said:

Thank you, George, Indeed, 33 U-boats surrendered here, I have attached links to a couple of websites the second site is Australian if you are interested,
7 weeks ago