Purposely done here is the over-exposure of the first image and over-processing of the second. Boys were fishing for mackerel inshore from the pier. It was unusual for such large quantities of mackerel to come so close to the shore but it lasted for about a week or two and I'm sure there were quite a few fresh mackerel and tattie (potato) dinners enjoyed over that period. I took the image directly into the sun to give it an old postcard look.
The clouds over the Scalloway Castle were great but nothing wrong with a bit of enhancement. We've had some dramatic skies this year.
I hope you like what I bring here from the Shetland Islands. It will not only be landscapes but other images I hope you will find enjoyable. Thank you!
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