Harris in Scotland

Over Christmas I went to the Hebridean island of Lewis. On Christmas eve at around 10am I set off on what would normally be a one hour drive to the south of Harris, the neighbouring island. This was my first chance to try out the GF1 with the 14-45mm in a truly wild place.

The snow had been falling for days but today it was icy cold with a brilliant blue sky. About 20 minutes down this road I reached some amazing hills with frozen lakes. I used a circular polariser as usual and although I had the tripod I knew there would be more to shoot over the next hill so I cut corners to save time and shot wider open than the book would say was prudent. I’d do the same again as the vistas just kept getting better and better.

All shot with the GF1 and 14-45 lens

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~ by Bollingthirst on January 15, 2010.

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