The Black Mount
Rannoch Moor. Hasselblad 45mm. May 2007.
After an overnight camp I awoke to a marvellous sight, a sea of low lying mist forming and streaming across the length of Rannoch Moor. The Sun was rising into a thick veil of fog that cast a subtle light upon the landscape, although this type of light is generally not suited to sweeping panoramas I felt it added to the atmosphere of the morning and the moment.
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