Glen Coe. Hasselblad XPan 30mm. December 2017.
Waiting on the summit of Sgorr nam Fiannaidh in typically transient Scottish mountain weather. The sky was busy with snow bearing clouds being relentlessly pushed along on a strong northerly wind, as one front departs another would soon approach. In between are momentary 'windows' where the light can penetrate, allowing the possibility for some real magic. I watched intently waiting for the right balance of light and shade, things were happening quickly and I managed just two frames before this moment passed and I was, once again, engulfed in cloud.
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