Argyll and Bute. Hasselblad 45mm. September 2010.
On a perfect early Autumn morning I found myself on the shores of Loch Etive. After a six and a half mile cycle from Inverawe I arrived at Rubha Àird Rainich to an air of absolute stillness and quiet. Surrounded by the mountains of Lorn and these pristine conditions I felt it a privilege to be alone in such an environment. Aware that these moments are rare I immediately set my camera up to capture the extraordinary scene. This was the very first frame I took as minutes later the wind picked up and the perfect reflection vanished.
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