Rannoch Moor. Hasselblad 45mm. December 2010.
December 2010 was the coldest documented since records began 100 years ago. The persistent low temperatures had transformed the landscape in a way that is rarely seen in Scotland, freezing the inert waters of Loch Ba. With such low temperatures I was able to walk to these normally isolated islands where the trees were coated in a thick layer of hoar frost.
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