Argyll and Bute. Hasselblad 90mm. October 2008.
Loch Lomond is one of Scotland’s most famous bodies of water and despite its obvious natural beauty I still find it incredibly difficult to photograph. After several failed attempts I finally found this position amongst some farmland, midway along the south shore. From here I could see the scale of the loch, its islands and the mountains that make this area one of Britain’s most visited national parks.
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